Tell Me About The Training

The STOP Franchise model provides a training program that is second to none in the industry. We take pride in knowing that our franchisees are the best prepared in the sector. With over 150 years of restoration industry experience behind them, you can be assured of cutting-edge, honest guidance from STOP. Our instructors are among the most nationally recognized restoration experts in the industry, all veterans in their particular discipline, and will help you apply the experience to what you will see everyday.

The first six days of Initial Training will give you a working knowledge of what you will need to start building your confidence and your arsenal of business, restoration and industry knowledge. You will learn about the the industry and receive hands on training on how to do the work. Here are just a few of the highlights of what you will learn in your initial franchise training.

Technical and Estimating

Technical Hands On Training

Business & Marketing

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Then you will attend regional “industry-certified” training courses and an online estimating software course. This regional training format will minimize your time away from home and allow you some time to absorb the knowledge. There is both classroom and hands-on training included in the courses.

Our first-year training regimen will serve as your foundation of knowledge as you build your Service Team of Professionals restoration franchise. As a critical part of your growth, STOP sets the bar high in continued support. We hold 3 (three) two-day conventions annually and encourage your attendance.

Perhaps the biggest difference maker in STOP is our on-call consulting. Isn’t this why you’re looking for a franchise instead of going it alone in business? Your franchise is only as good as the people behind it. This includes you, your staff and the people available to you for advice. STOP‘s consultants are here for you. We will train you and support you. We are only a phone call away, everyday. And, again, isn’t this what you expect from your franchisor?