What's it like to be a Spraypainter?
Spraypainters apply paint to vehicles and other surfaces, preparing and customising colours for their customers. Spraypainters may work in large workshops or for insurance repairers, and may carry out general crash repair spray painting or more specialised custom paintwork.
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How to become a Spraypainter
- Get experience in a body shop, learning from Spraypainters on the job.
- Complete a Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology (AUR32416) as part of an apprenticeship. The course will usually take three years to complete.
- If you’re looking to move into management of a spraypainting business, completing a Certificate IV in Automotive Body Repair Technology (AUR40718) will equip you with those further skills needed to run a successful shop.
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