Program focuses on in-depth understanding of graphic installation and certification.
Mutoh America Inc., a leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and cutters, has announced its partnership with Avery Dennison to offer the Car Wrap Training Program in ten cities across the United States in 2014. Classes will be hosted by master installer Justin Pate.
Dates and locations for the 2014 course schedule:
- February 6-8 Dallas, Texas
- February 10-12 Los Angeles, California
- March 24-26 Appleton, Wisconsin
- April 28-30 Pompano Beach, Florida
- May 1-3 Hillside, New Jersey
- June 16-18 Wharton, New Jersey
- August 18-20 Toronto, Ontario
- September 11-13 Atlanta, Georgia
- September 17-19 Phoenix, Arizona
- October 27-29 Seattle, Washington
The Avery/Mutoh Car Wrap Training Program is designed to provide wrap installers with an in-depth understanding of graphic installation mechanics to gain a competitive advantage in the vehicle wrap industry. The three-day workshop (optional third day for design instruction and certification test) will focus on all of the critical steps needed to improve the quality and speed of car wrap installations.
Class sizes will be limited to allow for more one-on-one teaching. Training starts at $209. All students will receive a NT Cutter A-551P knife, Avery installer toolkit (including belt, squeegees, magnets, knife, brush and snitty), 25-yard kit of Avery MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS vinyl and 1360 DOL laminate or SW 900 Supreme Wrapping film and Martor safety box.
Justin Pate is a globally recognized graphic installer with more than 16 years of experience, wrapping over 3,000 vehicles in that time. Pate uses his UGIS (Universal Graphic Installation System) teaching method, focusing on quick professional wrapping using resourceful tips, tricks and tools. Mutoh has been hosting wrap classes with Pate since 2010, and is recognized as the leading wide-format printer manufacturer for the wrap community.
For more detailed information on the Avery/Mutoh Car Wrap Training Program, or to register, visit the class website.