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Nissan is focus of next Mike Anderson monthly webinar on researching OEM repair procedures

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 07:00
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Trainer and consultant Mike Anderson of Collision Advice continues his series of FREE monthly webinars, entitled “Learn to Research, Research to Learn,” with a session conducted Monday, April 23, focused on Nissan’s “TechInfo” website.

“You can’t be sure you’re following the OEM repair procedures unless you’re checking them for every job,” Anderson said. “Nissan’s technical website is loaded with information you need to repair Nissan vehicles the right way. This month’s webinar will help you learn to navigate the site to find what you need efficiently.”

The webinar will be held at 2 p.m. (Eastern) / 11 a.m. (Pacific) on Monday, April 23. To register, visit:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2662740475204193281

Attendees will need to use their computer audio for this webinar; no phone dial-in will be available.

Previous webinars in the series, including those on Toyota’s and Fiat Chrysler’s websites, are being posted at the CIECA website (http://www.cieca.com/info.php?pnum=85a8dc76461290) but registering for the live webinars will ensure you are notified when archived webinars are posted.

Collision Advice is a full-service training and consulting firm offering collision repairs businesses of all sizes assistance with virtually every aspect of business management and production, including estimating, SOP development, lean principles, accounting, sales and marketing, customer service, negotiating, workforce development, websites and social marketing.

It was founded in 2010 by Mike Anderson, following the sale of his collision repair businesses that he operated in Alexandria, Va., for more than 20 years. Anderson and his Collision Advice team offer dozens of workshops and seminars throughout the country each year, and provide business and shop operational consulting services for individual collision repair businesses. Collision Advice also conducts quarterly “Who Pays for What?” surveys in conjunction with CRASH Network.

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