DESIGNED WITH BODY SHOPS IN MIND, OUR TRAINING CLASSES EQUIP YOU WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE TO SPRAY WITH CONFIDENCE.
Come for a couple days and leave a “Pro.” The Pro-Spray Technical and Training Center features:
- Classroom fully equipped with hi-definition audio-visual equipment and kitchen
- Custom 21’ x 9’ paint mixing room with teaching viewing panels
- Drive-in wash bay for cleaning and prepping vehicles
- Drive-in downdraft prep room for vacuum sanding and priming
- Drive-in downdraft and heated spray booth with towers
PSPM-00001: National Rule Product
Date: February 19-20 • April 9-10 • July 9-10 • August 13-14 • October 8-9
Description: This class gives the student an overview of the entire Pro-Spray product offering used in National Rule areas and H2O Waterborne Basecoat. Students will learn how each product is positioned in the collision repair facility and ways to maximize productivity and efficiencies on repairs they encounter on a daily basis. This program qualifies painters for compliance to the national emissions rule EPA 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart HHHHHH (HAPS), as well as Pro-Spray Warranty Certification. Both classroom and hands-on training are utilized for an in-depth look at the proper use of spray equipment, paint booth operation and recommended product usage.
If you are enrolling for one of the dates underlined above, consider adding the PSPM-00003 Color Theory session described below as a “third day” option.
PSPM-00002: Low VOC Product
Dates: February 5-6 • April 23-24 • July 23-24 • October 22-23
Description: This class provides emphasis on the Low VOC product group including H2O Waterborne Basecoat. Training also qualifies painters for compliance to the new national emissions standard for HAPS and EPA 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart HHHHHH as well as Pro-Spray Warranty Certification. Students will learn about waterborne technology as well as Low VOC undercoats and clears, and the different techniques for waterborne refinishing. Spray equipment, environmental conditions and proper handling of chemicals will be discussed. This class involves both hands-on and classroom instruction.
If you are enrolling for one of the dates underlined above, consider adding the PSPM-00003: Color Theory session described below as a “third day” option.
PSPM-00003: Color Theory
Dates: April 11 • May 9 • August 15
Description: This one-day class is designed for the Pro-Spray technician wanting a comprehensive education in color theory and adjustment for blending. Students will learn about pigments, color formulation, variant descriptions and the differences in OE production colors. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to achieve an acceptable match in the shortest amount of time. Both solvent and waterborne colors are covered. If you are enrolling in one of the classes above (date underlined), you might consider adding this class as a “third day” option.