Doctor Opens Repair Training Academy
The San Diego-based Crack Doctor Windshield Repair has opened its
own training academy at its headquarters. Classes began January
Doctor president Gene Henderson, one of the two first National Windshield
Repair Association-certified technicians, says class sizes will
include eight students per course. The three-day training course
is designed to provide windshield repair technicians with both practical
and hands-on experience.
The training academy also is one of the NWRA's Practical Assessment
Administrators for its certification program. (CLICK
HERE for more information.) The course curriculum is based on
the Repair of Laminated Auto Glass Standard (ROLAGS). Those who
complete the course will be certified by the company, but also can
take the NWRA exam to become NWRA-certified, based on the information
"We'd like to have two to three classes a month," Henderson
Currently, the company is recruiting students from around the country,
and hopes to eventually travel to various cities.
"Our program is national in scope,," Henderson adds.
"We plan on doing what I call city fairs, where we fly into
different cities and do a one-day class, probably toward summer."
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