automotive training

  • Bob Cushing answered several questions posed by Aftermarket Business World about the marketing and management programs that Advance Auto Parts offers to its commercial customers.
    Bob Cushing
  • Store staffers and repair center owners are enthusiastic about the wide selection of educational opportunities provided by Advance Auto Parts.
  • I have found that essentially two types of students come to my I-CAR classes: those who ask, "Why am I here?" (I have to go) and those who say, "This is great—I am going to learn new things that will help me earn and increase my value. My company must care about me because they are investing in me." (I get to go).
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  • In this column, I intend to bring you new testing techniques, new repair procedures, a few war stories or just sage advice I learn from the collective whole as I continue my travels and interactions with you – our faithful readers. I am also inviting any one of you that have an interesting diagnostic story to share to submit it for inclusion in this column.
    Pete Meier
  • As the Dan Gilley, president of RLO Training, recently answered a series of questions from Aftermarket Business World on how aftermarket business owners can best reach out to the millennial generation.
    Dan Gilley
  • The Car Care Professionals Network (CCPN), an Auto Care Association advisory committee made up of successful repair shop owners and managers, has released a recommended set of best practices for providers of repair shop education and training. 
  • Automotive technology has advanced at such an accelerated rate that training has become the purview and prerogative of the repair shop. Take a look at what these Top Shops are doing to keep up to date.
    Robert Bravender
  • Automotive instructors are invited to participate in this year’s Inside AAPEX program that will highlight the latest technology and show its impact on diagnosing, servicing and repairing today’s high tech vehicles.
    AAPEX