Enrollment Open for Collision Advice Training on Estimating a Safe and Proper Repair

May 23, 2024
This course aims to help attendees create detailed repair plans based on OEM procedures.

Collision Advice announced a new virtual course titled "Estimating a Safe and Proper Repair" from June 24 to 27 and July 29 to August 1, accoriding to their website. 

This course aims to equip attendees with the knowledge to create detailed repair plans based on OEM procedures.

Key Course Features:

  • In-depth Damage Analysis: Participants will learn to assess vehicle damage and document it effectively, aiding in negotiations with insurance partners and reducing liability.
  • OEM Procedure Research: The course emphasizes the importance of researching OEM repair procedures, offering tips for navigating various systems.
  • Practical Application: Attendees must submit a final estimate for review, ensuring they can apply what they’ve learned.

Virtual Learning Structure:

  • Scheduled Sessions: The course is spread across seven sessions, with mandatory attendance required for credit.
  • Interactive Format: Limited class sizes allow for active participation, enhancing the learning experience.

The course is priced at $475 and is not refundable. It is specifically designed for collision repair center estimators and excludes commercial fleet and heavy-duty truck collision repair center estimators. Prospective students are encouraged to register early due to limited availability. For those unable to attend a session, recordings will be provided.

More details can be found on their website.

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