AMi Welcomes Kukui as First Learning Foundation Partner

AMi Welcomes Kukui as First Learning Foundation Partner

Thanks to Kukui's support, AMi recently launched the Institute's "next generation" with a new suite of front office and management certificates and professional designations for both the collision repair and mechanical service repair segments.

The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) is recognizing Kukui as its first Learning Foundation partner. Kukui donated its services to build and maintain the new AMi website. The AMi Learning Foundation Program enables AMi to provide learning tools, educational programs and professional recognition at the lowest cost possible to the industry.

Thanks to Kukui’s support, AMi recently launched the Institute’s “next generation” with a new suite of front office and management certificates and professional designations for both the collision repair and mechanical service repair segments.

“Kukui quickly embraced our next-generation vision and volunteered to develop and provide ongoing maintenance for our new website,” said Jeff Peevy, AMi president. “With their support, we have launched an impressive website, providing clarity to those in the industry seeking a competitive advantage. We thank them for their support and professional guidance in this huge industry project.”

Added Kukui President and CEO Todd Westerlund, “We were thrilled to have the opportunity to help AMi modernize its site and raise awareness for the Learning Foundation Program. We feel confident that AMi’s new site will serve as a valuable resource for service and collision repair professionals for many years to come.”

Through the Automotive Management Institute’s new AMi Learning Foundation Program, individuals and companies can provide tax-deductible monetary and “in-kind” donations, enabling repair businesses access to hundreds of online and live instructor-led training, coordinated into front office and management career paths and professional growth and advancement.

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