Two Day "Car-O-Liner Academy" Class Held at All Pro Fleet Painting in Phoenix, AZ
With the completion of the Car-O-Liner two day training academy, All Pro Fleet Painting, a commercial body shop in Phoenix AZ, received an training award and is now ready to ensure that your damaged vehicles with frame or unibody damage will be repaired to within factory specifications
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
With the completion of the Car-O-Liner two day training academy, All Pro Fleet Painting, a commercial body shop in Phoenix AZ, received an training award and is now ready to ensure that any damaged vehicle with frame or unibody damage will be repaired to factory specifications.
In order to achieve safe and accurate repair, the Car-O-Liner Academies have developed a comprehensive two day training program to provide body shop technician training. With the advancement of new vehicle designs, the need for new methods of repair is vital. As stated on the Car-O-Liner website, “Only continuous updates and training will ensure a secure repair shop staffed by trained and motivated individuals.” The repair process is changing with every new vehicle design and the Car-O-Liner Academy has certified All Pro Truck Painting has the tools and training to repair vehicles back to the factory measurements.
Car-O-Liner is one of the few academies that have been distinguished as a member of the I-CAR Industry Training Alliance. I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is a nonprofit organization that stands to make sure every person in the collision industry is equipped with the knowledge and skills to make a safe and quality repair. Technicians who have Car-O-Liner training hours can apply them to I-CAR Gold Class Points. Gold Class points can be used to qualify for the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals and Platinum Individual ™ programs. The Car-O-Liner Program that was completed at All Pro Fleet Painting has guaranteed them to receive I-CAR training certification points.
The Car-O-Liner Academy certification class was conducted by Shawn Alarcon. Alcaron is an industry professional of over 27 years and is the owner of Car-O-Liner Arizona. He is a certified trainer of the Car-O-Liner Academy and is I-CAR Certified. Following a strict training class schedule, Alcaron covered to all facets of the Car-O-Liner measuring system as well as current frame straightening procedures.
With the entire All Pro Fleet Painting staff, consisting of four technicians and two managers, completing the training, all were issued certificates from the Car-O-Liner Academy and All Pro Fleet Painting is now certified to return your damaged vehicle back to pre-accident condition. According to All Pro Fleet Painting owner Dan Deary, “Consumers are scared to death that their vehicle will never be the same after an accident and this certification has enabled us to give our customers peace of mind that the unibody or frame of their vehicle will be repaired back to factory specifications.”
All Pro Truck Painting is now positioned to be one of the leading truck body shops in Phoenix and has the certifications prove it.
About All Pro Fleet Painting
All Pro Fleet Painting is one of the largest independent commercial body shops in Phoenix AZ. An A+ rated BBB Company, All Pro Fleet Painting provides high quality, guaranteed fleet and commercial body repair, painting and truck lettering. With one of the largest truck paint booths in Arizona, All pro Fleet Painting services fleets of all sizes…Semi Tractor Trailers to Toyota Prius'. They offer certified technicians and are approved by all the major insurance companies. Rental vehicles including fleet trucks are offered and all repairs are backed by a lifetime warranty.
Free estimates are available by calling (623) 847-5555 to make an appointment.
All Pro Fleet Painting
6502 W Myrtle
Glendale, AZ 85301
Phone: (623) 847-5555
Fax: (623) 847-0137
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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