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Wednesday, 17 July 2019 15:51

Pennco Tech Continues to Offer Body & Paint Technician Training

As the automotive industry continues to move forward, implementing advanced technology, new components and body materials, auto technicians remain in high demand in the United States.

At Pennco Tech's Automotive Tech School in Camden County, NJ, students interested in building, repairing, maintaining and painting automobiles can learn the basics of automotive care, the best repair techniques and the skills necessary for a successful career as an automotive technician.

 

Pennco Tech students are educated by top auto-tech instructors and experience valuable hands-on experience, from advanced training with brakes, electrical and computerized systems and power trains, to working with plastics, power tools, and welding and finishing equipment. Students will learn to apply new finishes, provide expert car inspections, perform minor and major car repairs, and properly secure car parts with the precision of practiced hands.

 

With the experiences and skills learned during instruction in Pennco Tech's industry-recognized automotive technician training program in Camden County, NJ, students will have the opportunity to make a successful transition from school into the automotive workforce. The program assists students in securing entry-level positions in technical and customer support, as well as repair, maintenance and parts operations in the industry.

 

Pennco Tech is committed to providing the best education and relevant experience in the Bristol, PA, and Camden County, NJ, regions and is proud of its track record of students who have gone on to successful careers in the automotive industry, doing what they love.

 

For more information about Pennco Tech's Automotive Body & Paint Technician training or any of their other esteemed programs, prospective students are encouraged to visit their website at https://www.penncotech.edu/ and give them a call at their nearest location today.

 

Obtained via digitaljournal.com.

 

 

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