The Gold Standard In Collision Repair

Posted on August 31, 2011 by Telesis

We are proud to be a certified I-CAR Gold Class Auto Body Repair Facility. This designation is among the highest recognitions for training available to businesses in the collision repair industry. Our team of collision repair specialists includes seven technicians each with over 20 years of experience.

Each year our team – including estimators, refinish technicians, non-structural technicians, and steel structural technicians – completes a minimum of two high level technical training courses in order to maintain our Gold Class status. These courses keep our staff up to date with the ever changing needs of the auto body repair industry an ensure that we can continue to offer our customers efficient, safe and high quality services.

Additionally many of our collision repair specialists have completed ProLevel classes that have earned them the I-Car Platinum Individual status. Telesis whole-heartedly supports advanced training for our team, and is committed to providing the highest quality auto body repairs coupled with customer service that is second to none. We have been serving satisfied customers throughout the Antelope Valley region of Palmdale, Lancaster and Acton since 1995.

Here is a list of I-CAR courses that Telesis team has completed this year:

Refinish Technician:
· Hazardous Materials, personal safety and refinish safety
· Trim and hardware
· Surface preparation and Masking
· Hazardous Airborne Pollutant Reduction
· Corrosion Protection
· Detailing
· 2011 Vehicle Technology and Trends
· Waterborne Products Systems and Applications

Non-Steel Structural Technician:
· Trim and hardware
· Cosmetic straightening of steel
· Plastic and composite repair
· Lighting, starting and charging systems
· 2011 Vehicle Technology and Trends

Steel Structural Technician:
· Unibody and Frame Measuring
· Squeeze type resistance spot welding
· Adhesive bonding
· 2011 Vehicle Technology and Trends
· Welding Qualification Series

· Hazardous Materials, Personal Safety and Refinish Safety
· Hybrid, Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicles
· Electrical Circuits and DVOM usage
· 2011 Vehicle Technology and Trends