Service King Welcomes 4 Apprentices At DFW Signing Day -

Service King Welcomes 4 Apprentices At DFW Signing Day

The organization plans to continue adding students to the program throughout the year and is on pace to more than double in size by 2017.

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Service King Collision Repair Centers, in continuation of its innovative recruiting and training initiative, continues to bolster its 2017 Apprentice Development Class as the company welcomed four aspiring Dallas-Fort Worth technicians to the program recently.

Incoming apprentices were treated to an official Signing Day hosted inside Service King’s Regional Support Center in Richardson, Texas. The organization plans to continue adding students to the program throughout the year and is on pace to more than double in size by 2017.

“Our team couldn’t be more inspired by the rapid growth and success of the Apprentice Development Program,” said Tyra Bremer, Service King vice president of talent development. “There continues to be a great drive to provide aspiring auto body technicians with the right tools and personalized training in order to thrive in this industry. We’re aiming to accomplish just that and welcome our newest apprentices to the Service King Family.”

Service King’s Apprentice Development Program provides aspiring technicians an unparalleled training experience through a 52-week in-depth curriculum alongside a dedicated full-time supervisor. The program is built to provide a clear, comprehensive path to gainful employment at Service King’s network of repair centers spanning 301 locations in 23 states across the U.S.

The Apprentice Development Program officially launched in 2015 with 45 technicians set to graduate this year ­– all of which are on pace to assume full-time technicians roles throughout the company.

For more information, visit Service King online at ServiceKing.com.

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