The Collision Repair Industry’s Highest Training Recognition

Corwin Collision Center today announced its achievement of Gold Class status, the industry standard for training that contributes to complete and safe repairs. Only 10 percent of collision repair businesses currently meet the rigorous training requirements necessary to earn the Gold Class designation.

Gold Class shops are required to have every technician involved in collision repair take training that is specific to their roles. They must continue with ongoing training each year for the business to maintain its Gold Class recognition, including classes in new technology.

Today’s vehicles are increasingly sophisticated devices featuring an ever-growing number of components, parts and advanced lightweight materials. The constant introduction of new vehicle technologies can result in repair procedures changing significantly from year to year, making current repair knowledge critical for the achievement of complete, safe and quality repairs.

“Corwin Collision Center is honored to be a named a Gold Class collision repair facility,” said Vic Peterson, General Manager of Corwin Collision Center. “We are proud of our commitment to training because it is also a symbol of our commitment to professionalism and to the safety of our customers.”

A structure going up near the intersection of Main Avenue and 42nd Street South here will be an automotive repair facility called the Corwin Collision Center.

The complex is expected to open by summer 2016, said Gerald Noble of Olaf Anderson Construction, the design-build general contractor on the project.

The facility will be operated by the Corwin Automotive Group.

It will be a collision repair shop with some office space, according to city building permit information.

The building will have about 24,000 square feet of space.

Read the full story at: