are our frequently asked questions that
we receive here at Fix-a-Crack from
student's .We have comprised the most
important questions and answers to help
you in understanding the field of
windshield repairs and our training
Is Fix-a-Crack a franchise?
No, Fix-a-Crack is
not a franchise. We do not believe in
the high cost of franchise ownership for
windshield repair technicians that do
the same work after they are trained
saving them high costs of franchising
and royalties one must pay. Fix-a-Crack
trains and uses the same methodology as
franchise operators do in the glass
repair business thus saving the students
Does your school certify Windshield
Repair Technicians once I complete the
Yes we are the only
school in Canada given recognition to
certify windshield repair technicians.
After course completion students are
encouraged to join the National
Windshield Repair Association (NWRA)
which governs our industry with set
standards and by-laws.
Q. What makes your course
different than Franchises or online
First off the cost
and time. Our course is affordable for
students. We are Canada’s only school
with in class hands on training as well
as ongoing support and mentorship. We
are not a costly franchise but we train
and support our students like a
franchise does minus the tens of
thousands in costs and royalties that
franchises charge for the same. Online
or home study training does not
work we have studied and proven.
One cannot learn
hands on techniques by watching videos
or reading text. They must be shown via
hands on training to master this skill.
What associations/affiliations are you
As one of Canada's
largest schools specializing only in the
windshield repair business Fix-a-Crack
has chosen to be affiliated with the
National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA)
and the National Glass Association (NGA)
conducting repairs under the (ROLAGS)
glass repair standards which intern
generates higher certification and skill
levelsfor our students. We have aligned
ourselves and received course approvals,
recognition and accreditations within
How long is your course?
Our in-class and
hands on is a total of 20 hrs and
approx. 20 hrs of at home practice.
Where does one find work in this
industry once I am ready to inspect?
The abundance of work
is never ending. You may set up shop,
run a tent location. Offer mobile
service and go to your client’s
location. There are also fleets,
trucking companies etc. We will even
teach you how to become a preferred
glass repair company for insurance
What education or background is needed
to enter the field of Windshield
There is no
background needed to learn the art of
windshield repairs. Your willingness to
be teachable is all that is required.
Fix-a-Crack has trained successful
Windshield Repair Technicians across
Canada who have been homemakers, factory
workers, trades people, retired,
Q. How long will it take
for me to be earning money once I
complete the course?
Income revenue can be
generated immediately after course
completion. We will teach you how to
generate work through networking as well
as insurance companies and many other
Is there any further
costs to occur after the Fix-a-Crack
There are no further
costs involved with our training program
however there are costs involved for
consumables such as resins and general
business operating costs.
How do I register with Fix-a-Crack?
With our busy Canada
schedule and limited class seating and
most of our courses only run a few times
yearly in each province we do always
fill up so it is important to register
online if you wish to reserve a seat.
administrator will confirm within 24hrs
from the time your registration form is
received that your seat has been