Training dates available on a regular basis.
I’ve had many years in the detailing industry covering all aspects including Detailing, Concours preparation with many show honours, Concours judge for Porsche GB and previously the instructor for both Zymol and Swissvax 2 of the worlds leading companies.
The teaching of detailing is something I have a great passion for and take pride in ensuring you learn but also enjoy the courses and try every opportunity hands-on.
Whether you wish to simply maintain your own car, learn how to operate a machine polisher or set up as a fully trained detailer in business I will tailor-make the training sessions to your needs.
1-2-1 training from washing to wet sanding and the use of rotary and DA machines is given.
The training sessions are not classroom based and in a no-pressure environment to enable you to pick up the maximum amount of skills.
Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
A recent student was delighted!
I Initially met Glyn at a group training day in 2013 where I learnt detailing techniques in using a machine polisher & a number of products.
Whilst on this course I learnt the correct way of holding my DA Machine polisher, something I was frightened of to start with.
Shortly after the group training day, I decided I would like to undertake in some machine polishing training.
I contacted Glyn after seeing he was providing 1-2-1 detailing training, the price was within my budget & I booked two days training in.
In the two days training I undertook with Glyn I boosted my confidence with the rotary polisher. During the training we spoke about, pads, polishes, techniques & tips. Most of my two days was spent hands on with the machine on the donor vehicle.
One thing I personally found great, was the training was tailor-made to me, ensuring I got the most out my two days.
I would personally recommend Glyn’s training to anyone who is wanting to learn more about any part of detailing.
This is a recent student attending the gallery on a 5 day training course learning full paint correction with a rotary polisher.
Another student hard at work…
This is a section of the car polished by a student on second day of his training course: