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Thursday 7th April 2022

Making It Stick – A Discussion On Attachment Methods

THE SEMINAR:

This topic will look into attachment methods on vehicles, tooling & equipment options and requirements and torque settings. There will be a focus on what is required when it comes to attachment methods, and the potential consequences should these aspects not be considered.

Where:
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

When:
3.30pm – 4.15pm

Price:
Free Trade Registration

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Geoff Mitchell

Geoff Mitchell

Geoff Mitchell is a qualified Panel Beater with over 30 years experience within the Collision Repair Industry, including 5 years with Toyota parts and 6 years in Motor Vehicle Assessing. Geoff has worked in London in a BMW/Mercedes recommended collision repair facility before moving to Australia from New Zealand. In 2010 he completed a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment and has been a qualified I-CAR instructor since 2010. Geoff is passionate about providing information and helping collision repair professionals to achieve their goals. In 2012 he became one of I-CAR’s Mercedes Benz certified Aluminium Welding Instructors and now looks after all Welding Training and Certification testing in Australia.

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