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Academy News

New website goes live

2018 looks as though it is going to be an even busier year for Contour Academy than any of the previous nineteen years of training. To mark such an event we’ve invested extra time and effort in to producing a new, totally dedicated website for our bespoke training Academy. Here you can catch up onRead More

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IMTA Scheme

Contour launch IMTA scheme

Contour Autocraft celebrates its 40th year in 2016, and 19th year running restoration courses. To commemorate this, and in memory of Contour Autocraft’s founder, we are launching the Iain Macleod Training Award.  Each year we will offer a Stage 1 & 2 Car Body Restoration Course to a young person, aged between 16-21. They willRead More

Academy News

Two decades of teaching

In 2018 Contour Autocraft will have been teaching people the art of car body restoration and sheet metal work for 20 years. The popularity of the courses has increased over the years and in 2013 the decision was made to form Contour Academy. We have offered various courses over the years and currently we runRead More

IMTA Scheme

First winner of Contour’s IMTA announced

We are pleased to announce the first winner of our Iain Macleod Training Award (IMTA) is… Matthew Torok. Matthew’s application detailed his love of lawn mower racing, the engine work he has been doing with his dad on their series 3 landrover, & his passion for engineering. He accompanied it with pictures of himself racing.Read More

Contour News

London 2012’s Olympic Cauldron success

Two worldwide events happened in Great Britain in 2012 – The golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and the XXX Olympiad London 2012.  Contour Autocraft were following the build-up via social media, TV & Radio, but without any real connection, until… Bruce took a phone call in December 2011 from Stage One Construction.  After thatRead More

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It was very well taught – I particularly liked the way the day was broken into 20 minute segments so I moved onto different tasks regularly. I liked the fact that I was taught in such a small group with lots of one-on-one time with the tutors. It was a good learning environment – good equipment provided. The accommodation was also great and very convenient.
Lee Taylor