Paint less Dent Repair PDR Training

Paint less Dent Repair PDR Training

Are you thinking of PDR training to repair unpainted shots? Did you know that it takes more than 1 to 2 weeks just to understand what PDR really means? Take a look at our curriculum. There’s a lot of material to cover, right? We offer 4 weeks of PDR training and, being honest, you will not end up knowing 100%. We could tell you to get to know all about PDR, but, we would be telling you what you want to hear … We prefer to tell you the truth.

What does the PDR course training contain?

We start with the basics, for example: the management of tools and theories. Then we move on to remove small blows, like using the rubber technique, using heat and finally we move to remove large and serious blows. Taking these lessons will take time and help to learn the concept. We believe that giving students 4 weeks not only increases good habits but also increases their learning curve dramatically. This is our methodology, so you can compare and make your decision about which school to enroll. Although it is possible to demonstrate these techniques in a week, unfortunately there is not enough time for the student to absorb what was taught.

PDR training should not be in groups. It must be one on one, and that’s the way it should be. As we train students, their progress depends on their understanding of the techniques as well. But that’s where we come in. Every student is different and our training is different. Our goal is to make sure that the student understands that it is not always about the size of the repair, but about the quality and finish of the repair. Once the student forms good habits in common strokes, he or she is promoted to the next level or lesson. We do not promote the student to the following levels or lessons, if he or she does not maintain good techniques or habits. Each step is important and forms part of the foundation of the next lesson and helps to structure strong work habits.

Our training curriculum is designed around the student, not the instructor. It is important to realize that if you do not excel or achieve your success, neither do we.