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Instructors, Students Learn Firsthand From Company Representatives

Nick Warren, left, trains Michael A. Giaimo, a collision repair major from Piscataway, N.J. (Photo by Stephen T. Duna)The collision repair department recently hosted Car-O-Liner frame-equipment training on a newly purchased frame rack and Car-O-Tronic computerized measuring system.

“Car-O-Liner Bob” Warren and his son, Nick, were on campus Sept. 14-15 to provide 16 hours of training for collision repair instructors Stephen T. Duna and Roy H. Klinger.

During the first day, Duna’s students in structural repair lab (ABC 208) also were able to sit in and participate in the training. Several students had a firsthand opportunity to work side-by-side with the Warrens.

Father and son will return to Penn College for additional frame training in the coming months.

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