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Collision Repair Department Hosts Two Days of Training

Collision repair department hosts in-house Chief training This week, the collision repair department hosted in-house training by Jim Wrigley, Chief Automotive Group’s senior trainer for the Middle Atlantic/Northeast Region. Wrigley spent two days teaching computerized-measuring theory in the classroom, as well as in the collision lab’s velocity measuring system and S21M frame bench. Attending class from the department was Len “Flip” Filipkowski, associate professor of collision repair (at left in photo). Filipkowski has well over 30 years’ experience at the college and in the industry. Also attending Chief training was Brandon Smith, a fourth-semester collision repair student from York Springs (at right in photo), who works in his family’s collision repair business.

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