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27 Students Graduate from Service King's Apprentice Development Program

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Aug. 18, 2017—As part of Service King's ongoing commitment to training the next generation of skilled technicians, today the company celebrated its latest graduating class from the Apprentice Development Program.

The class featured 27 collision repair technicians who completed the immersive 52-week course at 10 different Service King locations across the U.S. Since its inception in 2015, Service King’s training curriculum has successfully graduated 43 technicians into the company’s workforce and has more than doubled in size.  

“The entire Service King family proudly extends its congratulations to the latest Apprentice Development graduating class,” said Jeff McFadden, Service King president. “This is certainly a proud moment in each graduate’s career, and we are thrilled to welcome our newest teammates to the next chapter of their Service King career.”              

The Service King Apprentice Development Program provides paid training and professional development by collision repair industry experts, along with the exclusive opportunity to work side-by-side with dedicated and tenured repair technicians. Local apprenticeship programs take place inside Service King Collision Repair Centers as technicians are provided unparalleled real-world experience. The program aims to provide aspiring automotive technicians a clear path to rewarding and gainful careers at Service King.

 

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