Story by Superior Auto Institute / www.nodents.com
Paintless Dent Repair is an up and rising profession. More and more people
are turning to Paintless Dent Repair in order to get their vehicles fixed
effectively and efficiently. When it comes to Paintless Dent Repair
Technicians there are just not enough in the world to support the many
vehicles that need to be fixed on a daily basis.
How do I become one you ask? Well it starts with a two-week training course.
Superior Auto Institute has a wonderful course in Paintless Dent Repair,
they will train you on a one-on-one basis at one of their dealer-only auto
auction houses where you will learn everything there is to know about
Paintless Dent Repair. Plus since it's an auto auction house you will be
able to work on thousands of different cars from Volvo's to Porsche's.
You will learn the technique of glue-pulling while also learning about
safety precautions when it comes to places like where the air bag is
located. Each vehicle has its own rules when it comes to Paintless Dent
Repair from trucks to sedans therefore you will be taught the ins and outs
so that when you leave the course you know everything your trainers do.
You will be taught how to remove dents and dings from vehicles along with
the removing of hail dents by the art form of glue-pulling. Superior Auto
Institute values their training in Paintless Dent Repair and are so sure
that you will leave their two-week training class fully knowledgeable in
Paintless Dent Repair that they will throw in a 3rd week of training if you
are somehow unimpressed or have found that you are not grasping the trade.
While in training you can record your own training session which no other
school allows you to do and you will be working at auto auctions which gives
you real experience instead of a classroom that just shows you sketches of
car's you will be working on.
Paintless Dent Repair Technicians make $100 per car that they fix and return
back to the road on average. Usually technicians receive around three cars a
day to fix which averages out pay wise to $78,000 a year which is pretty
good for just fixing three cars a day. Each repair can take anywhere from
10-35 minutes depending on how extensive the damage is, that is a great
Paintless Dent Repair training is not just a simple job, it can become a career. You
could work at a dealership earning money or you could be your own boss and
earn money that way. Either way, Paintless Dent Repair is becoming more and
more popular in the world and since cars will always be a part of the world,
don't you want to have a chunk of the money coming off of them? Paintless
Dent Repair can be fulfilling, you can choose your own hours, your own rates
and once you bought the tools to pull dents out you will see that it was all
well worth it in the end.