PPG highlighted its partnership with I-CAR Australia by attending the training provider’s recent open day held in Springvale, Victoria.
In addition to viewing I-CAR’s facility and chatting with I-CAR personnel, visitors could meet with its training partners, including PPG, providing an ideal opportunity to discuss the industry’s future and provoking thought about training and upskilling opportunities.
“PPG was proud to be involved in the I-CAR Australia Open Day and the whole team enjoyed meeting members of the industry to discuss, plan, and develop a training culture that will lead to a better future,” the company said.
Terry Noble, Refinish Business Support Specialist at PPG, added: “There is a switched-on group of collision repairers out there who are putting a lot of thought into where the industry is going and where they can invest to ensure they have an efficient and productive workplace. As well as choosing the best tools and product technologies, it’s about equipping their staff with the knowledge and skills they need to perform repairs accurately and safely.
“PPG shares I-CAR Australia’s vision and, with our region-wide network of training managers and training facilities along with our strong technical support expertise, we are well placed to help make it happen. As a result, we have worked closely with I-CAR Australia to develop a range of courses covering pretty much the entire refinish process.”