Service King Accepts 42 New Auto Body Techs into its Apprentice Development Program
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Service King Accepts 42 New Auto Body Techs into its Apprentice Development Program

Service King announced that it has accepted 42 new auto body repair technicians into its Apprentice Development Program at locations in five different states across the nation.

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Service King announced that it has accepted 42 new auto body repair technicians into its Apprentice Development Program at locations in five different states across the nation.

To kick off the newest 2018 class, Service King hosted celebratory signing events at nine different Service King locations. The 2018 class features apprentices from Texas, Washington, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Illinois, the company noted.

“The entire Service King family is thrilled to welcome the latest class of apprentice technicians,” said Tyra Bremer, Service King vice president of talent development. “It is exciting to witness our apprenticeship program continue to grow and provide immersive training opportunities to aspiring technicians from across the country. We look forward to equipping and training each of the 42 technicians who joined our family this week to prosper in the next chapter of their careers.”

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Service King’s Apprentice Development Program provides one year of training under the guidance of an experienced and certified apprentice supervisor. The immersive approach features a proprietary curriculum developed with insight from master auto body technicians, management and leading experts from across the industry, according to Richardson, Texas-based Service King.

The Apprentice Development Program officially launched in 2015 and has graduated more than 125 certified auto body technicians into the workforce.

Those interested in the program can visit www.ServiceKing.com/careers to learn more and contact a Service King recruiting representative.

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“Service King’s program aims to attract top talent from recognized technical schools across the country to confront the well-documented demand for skilled labor with an innovative solution,” the company said.

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