Hands-On Career Advancement
Collision 1 offers on-the-job training, teaching the skills, knowledge, and competencies that are needed for employees to perform specific jobs within the workplace and work environment. At Collision 1 our OJT employees learn in an environment in which they will need to practice the knowledge and skills taught in the on-the-job training.
On-the-job training uses the regular or existing workplace tools, machines, documents, equipment, knowledge, and skills necessary for an employee to learn to effectively perform his or her job.
It occurs within the normal working environment that an employee experiences on the job. It may occur as the employee performs actual work in the body shop, or it may occur elsewhere within the workplace using training rooms, training workstations, or training equipment.
Who Provides On-the-Job Training?
A coworker frequently supplies on-the-job training. The coworker qualification is that he or she can competently perform the job that he or she is teaching.
An external provider occasionally performs OJT in the case of specialized equipment and product use. As an example, a vendor might train employees in a paint system or educate an OJT employee on computer and software use and implementation.
While the goal of Collision 1 University OJT program is often to teach basic workplace skills, it also instills aspects of the workplace culture and performance expectations in the new employee.
Qualifications to Participate
Well it is always a plus to come to Collision 1 with Auto body experience. However it is not a requirement to get in the C-1 University OJT program. And neither is a great secular education. What we are looking for are people who want to make a career with Collision 1. Some of the traits we are looking for are; hard workers, dependable, coachable, team players, dedication, commitment, tenacity, responsible and honesty.
If you would love to learn the trade and you feel you are a fit, please fill out our careers form and we will get right back to you.