The course is an interactive video-based training program that takes roughly one hour to complete. The course will teach technicians how to evaluate whether a damaged headlight is repairable, how to identify the type of plastic from which a headlight housing is made, how to fusion weld broken headlight tabs with the nitrogen plastic welder, how to finish a repaired headlight to original appearance, and much more. The course is broken up into small segments, and can be stopped and started whenever necessary.
Polyvance hopes this new course will help body shops repair these parts instead of replacing them. Shops that perform plastic repairs can reduce their cycle time, reduce their average cost to repair, and make increased profits by keeping the labor dollars in the shop.
The course is approved as part of I-CAR's Industry Training Alliance and is redeemable for one I-CAR credit hour.
Those interested in the training course can sign up at polyvance.tortal.net. The price of the course is $99.00.
For the benefit of its clients, Polyvance has uploaded a promotional video that highlights a few of the repairs covered in the course. The video can be found on their YouTube channel.
Contact Kurt Lammon at 800-633-3047 for inquiries.