What To Expect At A Car Window Course
When considering an automotive window tinting training program, taking the time to choose the course based on the quality and expertise of the school and the instructor is a key to having professional competence and confidence once the course is completed.
The best schools and training programs offering a car window course are not always located in your city or even in your state. However, traveling to a training center that is going to provide you with the skills needed to start working in an automotive window tinting business is an investment in your future.
Knowing what to expect during a car window course helps you to be prepared and to have an overall picture of the mixture of training and hands-on experience offered throughout the program.
Duration and Training Times
A quality car window course is set up with a limited number of students, typically about 4 participants, which allows for extensive and direct one-on-one instructor support and feedback during the process.
Basic courses are usually five days, while more advanced and specialized courses may be one, two, or three days depending on the topic and the past experience of the students. Students are required to arrive on time and stay the entire day for credit for the course.
The courses offer a mixture of lecture and interactive types of “classroom” learning, which provides the foundation for understanding the correct choice of tinting materials, films, tools and the complete process from starting the installation through to finished product. Question and answer sessions, as well as potential challenges and tips on best practices for running a window tinting business, should also be included in the course.
There is also extensive practice time built into the training. This is an essential part of the program, where participants are able to practice and perfect the techniques and methods taught in the classroom.