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2016 Fourth Quarter Training Schedule Announced by Martin Senour

Training courses emphasize painter certification and maximizing shop profits, and will be held at training facilities nationwide.

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napa-martin-senourThe Martin Senour Company announced its 2016 fourth quarter training schedule, with courses running from Sept. 26 to Dec. 12, 2016. Training courses emphasize painter certification and maximizing shop profits, and will be held at training facilities nationwide.

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Martin Senour training sessions 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.

Martin Senour’s Jeff Hartl 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, as well as hands-on training for painter certification, color adjustment and blending.

In particular, Martin Senour professionals will teach the following courses during the fourth quarter of 2016:

  • Jobber Level 1 and Level 2
  • Color Adjustment and Blending
  • Painter Certification
  • Pro//BASE Refinish System Painter Certification
  • Estimating Solutions for Profits
  • Fleet FGP
  • Vortex Waterborne Painter Certification

A complete listing of the 2016 fourth quarter Martin Senour training schedule, course descriptions and locations is as follows:

scheduleFor more information regarding Martin Senour training or its paint products, visit www.martinsenour-autopaint.com or call (1-800) 526-6704.

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