Hail Damage Catastrophe Management
Paintless Dent Removal services
Paintless Dent Removal Text Books
Author: Lawrence Yawa
Training and Investment Opportunities
High volume retail and commercial paintless dent removal service in the event of a hail catastrophe
Rapid deployment of pop up hail centres
Efficient management and repair completion
Flexible technology and expansive labour policies
Decentralised repair service on a national scale
Centralised quality guarantees and efficient administration
Removal of minor dents without the use of spray-painting or body fillers direct to retail and commercial customers
Call out services offered throughout South Africa
Graded technicians at Dent Digest
SMART repairs offered for minor scratches
*(Drive in and call out)
Well-equipped and modern facilities
Qualified and experienced tradesman and Artisan
The course is recognised within the industry with an option to obtain Dent Digest Accreditation upon successful completion
You will get satisfaction in the entire training process
You will be able to perform PDR without supervision
You will receive access to employment opportunities
18 years of age and above
Eye for detail
Enjoy working with hands
Able to solve practical problems
Interest in things of technical nature
Paintless Dent Removal in Action, First Addition,
Paintless Dent Removal in Action, Second Addition,
The service delivery of Dent Digest SA’s initiative will at the end of the day, produce more competent Artisans and PDR technicians who will be available on a national and international basis in the years to come.
We also have Paintless Dent Repair Training Programme, underway taking learners who are unemployed, pre-employed and employed, experience or no experience in the job market.
With the economic downturn, job losses, poverty, inequalities and unemployment etc, there are millions of people who need to learn new skills in order to be employable by big companies, and some will be able to run their own franchises in order to create jobs for others.
We will also consider lack of absorption into the mainstream of those working in the informal so called “second economy”.
This process also promotes entrepreneurship and encourages the formation and development of sustainable and registered small and medium enterprises.