42 Techs Graduate from Service King's Apprentice Program

Nov. 13, 2017
The 2017 graduating class is comprised of technicians from nine different states across the U.S., as the program continues to grow exponentially.

Nov. 13, 2017—Service King Collision Repair Centers celebrated its latest Apprentice Development graduating class. The group included 42 apprentice technicians who each completed the 52-week hands-on training program hosted inside Service King locations across the country.

The 2017 graduating class is comprised of technicians from nine different states across the U.S., as the program continues to grow exponentially.

The Apprentice Development Program, launched in 2015, continues Service King’s commitment to training and investing in the next generation of skilled automotive technicians as the industry’s demand for skilled labor continues to increase.

The popular program has graduated more than 100 certified technicians into the workforce, and plans to more than double in size next year.

Service King’s unique apprentice program provides an unrivaled experience for auto body technicians to receive dedicated instruction from experienced technicians from the industry’s most trusted brand.

All programs are hosted locally inside Service King locations and capped at a maximum instructor to student ratio of 4:1 providing maximum engagement.

Apprentices are also provided a full tool set valued at more than $6,000 upon the completion of the program.

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