Ed. Foundation Launches Top Tech Competition

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April 23, 2019—The Collision Repair Education Foundation recently announced the launch of a new technician competition for entry-level collision technicians and their mentors.

The goal of the competition is to recognize the performance of the next generation of  technicians and their mentors on critical skills necessary to repair today’s high-tech vehicles. The foundation also wants to help develop more mentoring programs within the industry and foster industry relationships with collision programs across the country.

The one-day event will take place Sept. 28, 2019 at Ranken Technical College in St. Louis, Mo. Companies and repair facilities with mentoring programs will enter their mentor and mentee team to compete against other industry businesses. The mentor/mentee teams will compete on competencies the industry has deemed necessary for an entry-level technicians. 

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