Aftermarket professionals working toward additional certifications through professional organizations can get one step closer to their goals by attending the free one-day Commitment to Training event at Washtenaw Community College in May.
The day-long training, consisting of a keynote address, catered meals and eight classes, is May 14 at the college in Ann Arbor. Presented by Automechanika Chicago and dedicated manufacturer sponsors, the event covers collision, mechanical and business trends and information today’s professionals require.
On the collision side of the training, Mike Anderson’s two sessions each will earn attendees Automotive Management Institute (AMi) credits. The credits can be applied toward AMi’s certificates and professional designations. To earn these credits, simply attend the no-cost session and complete the form at the end of the session, returning it to AMi.
Additionally, all attendees can earn NATEF credits. Each participant will receive a certificate upon completing the class. Instructors will file the certificates with NATEF for course credit.
Visit the registration page to sign up for the free one-day event. Courses cover financial best practices, diagnostics and codes, scope techniques, succession planning, estimating and working with advanced materials. Courses are designed for technicians, managers and owners of all skill levels in both the mechanical and collision repair markets.