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BASF Canada, BMW Partner on Training Course

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June 13, 2019—BASF Canada and BMW have collaborated on a brand new training course on BMW frozen finishes that will be taught for the first time this summer.

The new course, BMW Frozen Finishes (RFN 912), was designed to provide BMW Certified Collision Repair Centers (CCRCs) the knowledge, processes and tools to properly repair matte finishes using the Glasurit paint system. Topics of instruction will include color and clearcoat sheen matching, variables that influence gloss levels, how to create a custom sheen, proper blending techniques and proper care and maintenance of frozen finishes.

BMW Canada has mandated that all BMW CCRCs have one refinish technician attend and successfully complete the course during 2019, followed by requiring two technicians to attend and complete during 2020. Training courses will be offered in Canada throughout the summer at BASF training facilities in Toronto and various distributor training facilities in western Canada. Enrollment in the new course is limited to BMW CCRC technicians.

RFN 912 will be held by region on the following dates:

  • June 20-21: BASF/Color Compass Training Center – Calgary
  • June 26-27: BASF Training Facility – Toronto
  • July 17-18: Polytechnic College – Regina, Saskatchewan
  • July 31-August 1: BASF Training Facility – Toronto
  • August 7-8: BASF/Color Compass Training Center – Edmonton
  • August 21-22: BASF Training Facility – Toronto
  • September 18-19: BASF/Color Compass Training Center – Coquitlam, British Columbia

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