Regina, Saskatchewan — The Saskatchewan Associaton of Automotive Repairers (SAAR) and Betag are partnering to offer comprehensive training opportunities to the province’s repairers, with two sessions to be offered in the coming months.
The first session of the five-day training program will run from Feb. 18—22 in Regina at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic body shop. Two days will be designated to small damage repair and the use of light to determine damage; two days will focus on medium metal repairs, both steel and aluminum; and one day of plastic panel repair.
The course will feature two Betag instructors, both of whom have experience in the European marketplace.
Each session costs $3,000 per person and has a capacity of eight people. According to Tom Bissonnette, director for SAAR, there is one spot available in the Regina training session.
Another session—to be held in Saskatoon in May—still has two spots available.
To register, please contact Bissonnette at email@example.com.