Paint Protection Film Training

Our 2-Day PPF workshop will give you the boost you need to fast-track
your PPF career. Fill out the form to book.

1st Day


  • Detailed inspection for any damages, scratches, and chips
  • Proper reporting and administrative procedures


  • Washing techniques
  • Chemical/compound cleaning
  • Claybar application
  • Drying procedures
  • Prepping badges, parts and trims


  • Hand-cutting techniques
  • Pre-cutting techniques
  • Introduction to plotter and design software


  • Required temperature and shop conditions
  • In-depth review of various application methods
  • Advanced tips and tricks for achieving high-quality results
  • Advanced trimming and tucking-wrapping techniques
  • Working with various PPF films and vehicle panels and finishes

2nd Day

The second day of paint protection film installation training is focused on hand-on experience applying all the lessons that you have learned on the first day, under the guidance of a professional PPF installer.

You will practice end-to-end PPF installation techniques, including both manual and plotter-guided cutting of PPF. You will perform both pre-cut and hand-cut PPF installation on a hood, fender, lights, mirrors, bumper as well as other vehicle parts.

After the two-day PPF training in our Toronto studio, you will have sufficient knowledge and hand-on experience with PPF materials and services to enable you to begin your career as a PPF installer.

As a bonus, you will have direct access to our PPF experts for 6 months following your paint protection film training for any consultations required. You’ll also receive several types of PPF materials for your own practice, as well as a complete set of tools for PPF installation, including spray bottles for soap and alcohol, two types of squeegees, and a cutting knife.

FAQ about PPF Training

How much does a PPF Installer make?

As with any career, this entirely depends on you. Successful paint protection film (PPF) installers working full-time easily earn $50,000/year in metropolitan areas like the GTA, with many earning much more than that. It depends on the installer’s skill level, PPF installation training he finished, motivation and the amount of work available in the given area/region.


How difficult is it to apply PPF?

With the proper 3M and XPEL PPF training and experience, paint protection film becomes easy to apply (in most cases). However, even the most experienced installers may sometimes run into a project that has them scratching their heads. The beauty of PPF is that with every new model year, you will have new vehicles to work on, and sometimes new challenges will arise. This is all part of the fun – however, in the end there is always a solution.


Is PPF a growing industry?

Outside of North America, especially in parts of Europe – PPF is the norm. Meaning, there are more new cars on the road with some sort of PPF applied to them than not. As is the case with many European trends, North America is just 1 step behind. Here, the PPF industry is growing exponentially every year, however we’re still a few years behind Europe – meaning it’s a great time to get into the industry and finish a paint protection film installation raining early and make a name for yourself. It will be harder later.


Can I become a PPF Installer in 2 days?

Can you become a concert pianist in two days? Probably not. But our two- day PPF training program will definitely set you in the right direction and develop skills, techniques and knowledge that would otherwise take you weeks, if not months, of self-learning to achieve. Look at it as a turbo boost.


What happens after the paint protection film training?

Once you’ve completed our PPF training program in Canada, you’ll be added to our pool of entry level installers, which means that we may call on you for projects as needed, pretty cool right? Even if we don’t call you for projects, or if you’re looking to open up your own paint protection film operation, you’ll have direct access to our professional paint protection film installers for 6 months for any questions, consultations or general advice to help you get going.


How much does the PPF training cost?

A full 2-day weekend of PPF installation training costs $2,000.00 + HST. Apply now to secure your spot in the next available session.

If you have any questions about the PPF installation, please contact us