Does a career in the collision repair industry sound right for you?
You like work that balances artistry with technical skills, and you take pride in your ability to solve problems and get the job done right.
You want a career with a lot of variety. You enjoy spending your days applying your high standards and in-depth knowledge to different challenges.
You prefer hands-on work, and you don’t mind if it can be physically demanding at times. In fact, you feel good after a hard day’s work, when you can see what you’ve finished that day. You’d rather be active than spend your days sitting at a desk.
You get job satisfaction from knowing that your work helps people. Your customers count on you to treat them fairly when they are in the middle of a car crisis, and they trust you to get their family back on the road safely.
Does this sound like you? If so, an auto body school could be the path to a successful and rewarding career.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, most employers prefer to hire employees who have attended an auto body school or other formal training program. Industry certifications are also becoming more and more important when seeking a job.
Why choose Ranken for collision repair training?
At Ranken, we know that you learn best by doing, not sitting at a desk in a classroom. That’s why our Automotive Collision Repair Technology students spend most of their time in our state-of-the-art shop. You’ll get at least 15 hours per week of hands-on shop time, repairing damaged vehicles to industry standards.
We’ve partnered with the most respected organizations in the collision repair industry – the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) – to ensure that you get the most comprehensive training around.
The program is NATEF certified in all four areas of auto body repair: non-structural, structural, refinishing and mechanical/electrical.