In pursuit of your passion to become a vinyl wrap installer, this class is the perfect choice for you to learn the art of vinyl wrap installation, color change, and graphics techniques from A to Z.  Auto wrap will provide you with a new source of income for years to come in this new and exciting industry, our hands-on certification training class includes detailed installation techniques which will have you earning a six-figure income in rapid time.


Our 4-day intensive Hands-On Vinyl Wrap class $1799.       ENROLL NOW 


This class teaches basic wrap installation and knowledge.

Class hours are from 8am to 4pm

  • Introduction to the industry
  • Industry role of the installer
  • Types of Films
  • Things to avoid
  • Tool review what tools are needed and how to use them
  • Chrome Installs what to avoid and suggested tips
  • Vehicle Inspections prior to starting
  • Hardware Removals
  • Cleaning and prepping for installation
  • Measuring/Sectioning Material
  • How to align material when applying a graphic wrap
  • Box trucks and trailers, how to work with seams and rivets
  • Other media installs, floor, brick, block, diamond plate
  • On graphic work what you need from the design professional
  • Learn about Chrome Delete
  • Learn about the knifeless tape and how to do custom vehicle graphic designs
  • Learn install techniques including The Palm, cold pre-stretch, 3D pre-stretch, Triangles, and much more.
  • Advanced Cutting Techniques
  • Wet and dry applications
  • Calendar-Films vers Cast Films
  • How to wrap Mirrors
  • How to wrap Front Fenders
  • How to wrap Trunks
  • How to wrap bumpers without removing them
  • Working Around Door Handles On The Body
  • Wrapping Door Handles (On and Off The Body)
  • Compound Curves
  • Window Perforation Installation
  • Post-install for Installers
  • Heat forming on various surfaces
  • How to instruct customers on post-install care
  • Wrap Removal tips and tricks
  • Pricing/Promoting yourself or your business
  • Whare to purchase wrap material
  • Intro/overview of our graphic applications advanced course

Class Includes the following at no charge:

  • Certified Installer Certificate
  • Coursebook (covers everything you need to know)
  • Application kit filled with tools used for installing
  • Daily catered lunch
  • Online help/discussion board
  • Job Board
  • Inclusion in our Wrap Installers Directory
  • Online sales and marketing training courses (avail late August)

The Certified Certificate you will receive is based on your knowledge and ability to wrap a vehicle and one’s aptitude on a written test. Upon receiving your certificate of completion you will now have the opportunity to pursue your passion of entering the auto wrap industry.

Vehicle wrapping has a long history. The Goodrich Company accidentally discovered the chemical used to create vinyl wrapping. The discovery of Vinyl Chloride leads to an entirely new industry. The core component of Vinyl Wrap is found in a wide variety of products in use today. Vinyl is a diverse product that is very flexible and comes in any possible color.

During the 1950s and 1960’s there were substantial developments in the automotive world with vinyl chloride and the potential for commercial use in automotive advertising. In the early days Vinyl was expensive and only used by large corporations however that all changed by the 1980’s advancements in Vinyl Wrap production and die-cutting technology making it affordable enough for small businesses.

Early in the 1990’s Die-cut Vinyl Wrap surpassed paint as the primary method for advertising businesses on cars, trucks, and vans. Approaching the end of the 90s advancements in Vinyl printing technology through the use of electrostatic printers expanded the Vinyl Wrap market to everyone.

A large milestone in the shift from small production vinyl lettering to a full vehicle vinyl color change took place in Germany in 1993 when the vinyl manufacturer Kay Premium Marking Films was asked to produce a film to be used in place of paint for the purpose of converting cars into taxis. At this time German taxi companies were required by law to paint their fleets in a government-mandated color, beige The company provided an alternative to painting, which allowed taxi companies to bring a large fleet of vehicles into compliance with German law while maintaining the future resale value of the vehicles. Prior to this point, decommissioned taxis were heavily discounted or had to be completely repainted. With the use of vinyl vehicle wraps there was no need to repaint them or discount them as the vinyl could be removed without damaging the paint underneath.

The first world’s first digitally printed vehicle wrap is thought to have been created for Pepsi Co, in 1993, which used vinyl to wrap a bus promoting its Crystal Pepsi product. It wasn’t long before wrap advertising was everywhere and the new form of vehicle graphics trickled down to smaller businesses and consumers.