Commitment to Training

  • Metal fabrication services all can provide valuable revenue streams and create opportunities to win new customers.
  • Axalta Coating Systems’ fifth annual Winter Panel Jam will feature outstanding pinstriping artwork produced onsite and live by a host of renowned artists who will dazzle attendees with their creativity and original works of art.
  • As part of a major enhancement project, the Automotive Management Institute (AMI) announced it is launching an industry-wide initiative to collect training provider information. Once collected, AMI will maintain the information in a searchable database on its website,
  • Offering industry instruction has long been an important service provided by the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). SEMA’s education director, Zane Clark, recently discussed the organization’s training opportunities.
    Zane Clark
  • Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, retailer or repairer, your aftermarket business can benefit by analyzing your company’s culture. Does your workforce aim to go the extra mile or to cut corners? Or does it fall somewhere in between?
    James E. Guyette
  • Jeff Peevy, President of the Automotive Management Institute, discusses the important rule that knowledge and learning plays in your shop's future and why a learning culture is so important.
  • At California’s Gustafson Brothers Inc. they describe themselves as an all-inclusive vehicle repair operation, serving Orange County’s motorists by providing a vast array of body shop and mechanical services along with hosting professional continuing education classes for repair technicians, insurance personnel and smog abatement testing technicians.
    James E. Guyette
  • I-CAR has announced that it will launch three new courses in the first quarter of 2016: MIG brazing, rivet bonding, and Honda & Acura electrical system repair.