The concept of learning should be a key element of a body shop’s culture, but the type of training and method of delivery can be tailored to help technicians and leadership retain the knowledge in a way that best fits their needs.
To better equip collision repairers with the knowledge and skills they need to develop and present quality repair estimates, I-CAR has launched a new course designed to focus specifically on exploring the Estimator Professional Development Program (PDP) role.
Auto PartsBridge continues to raise the benchmark in parts ordering by adding new features, such as access to more Toyota content including parts photos and repair bulletins as well as bringing Toyota data directly to the shop through the program.
Mike Anderson of Collision Advice will host a new series of free monthly webinars, entitled “Learn to Research, Research to Learn,” throughout 2018 designed to help shops more easily research and find OEM collision repair procedures.
For many years, the use of infrared curing/drying equipment has been increasing. The 2 main benefits are the low running costs and the short curing times as compared to the convection oven/spray booth.
Blind Spot Monitoring system implementation can vary greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer. Repair professionals must check the vehicle manufacturer’s repair procedures for details on proper repair and calibration.
Multi Parts announced the SPARK 2017 Luminaries. In this, the SPARK Initiative’s fourth year, eight aftermarket executives share their expertise and insights with 11 SPARK student-participants from across the U.S.
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