Martin Senour Autopaint announced its second quarter training schedule with courses running from April through June 2014. Various training courses are available and include those that emphasize painter certification, maximizing shop profits, and specialized training for new NAPA and other professional body equipment jobbers.
Training classes will be held at Martin Senour training facilities nationwide and are designed to help shop owners, managers, and technicians better execute environmentally-responsible practices, as well as improve their repair techniques and knowledge of today’s new innovative painting systems.
Brandon Devis, Martin Senour director of sales, notes that shop owners are increasingly concerned with how to best maximize their profits, while increasing productivity and quality. In response to these needs, the company is providing additional classes specific to all these practices.
Martin Senour professionals will teach the following course topics during the second quarter of 2014:
• VORTEX® Waterborne Painter Certification
• Estimating Solutions for Profit
• Improving Workshop Efficiency
• Color Adjustment and Blending
• Fleet FGP
Courses on the Martin Senour Pro//BASE™ Refinish System include a focus on its blendable color match, which is driven from industry leading color tools.
In addition, there will be special courses available for collision repair shops to expand and increase their customer service excellence, as well as vocational instructor training sessions on products and application techniques.
Finally, there are specific courses devoted to NAPA and other PBE jobbers to develop their selling and shop service skills.
View the training schedule for a complete listing of the 2014 second quarter training schedule, course descriptions, and training center locations.