Axalta Coating Systems North America Launches Learning Campus

Axalta Coating Systems North America Launches Learning Campus in Canada

Web-based portal allows customers to register online for in-person technical training at a Learning and Development Center or take courses online by accessing training programs.

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From aftermarketNews.com

Axalta Coating Systems recently launched the Axalta Learning Campus in Canada, a Web-based portal that serves as a gateway to Axalta’s Learning and Development programs. The campus allows customers to register online for in-person technical training at a Learning and Development Center or take courses online by accessing training programs. Both classroom and online courses are available in English, French and Spanish.

“We are thrilled to extend the power of the Learning Campus to customers in Canada,” said Patrice Marcil, Axalta’s North American learning and development director. “The convenience of online course registration and learning modules in three languages reinforces our commitment to provide world-class learning and development programs in North America.”

Axalta Learning and Development programs are designed to boost customer performance by developing skills and knowledge to help eliminate waste, reduce costs, keep cycle time to a minimum and increase retention by investing in employees’ careers. Instructor-led classroom programs are offered at three Development Centers in Canada and at eight centers in the U.S., virtually in a customer’s own office or shop, online through AxaltaLearningCampus.com and through customized, blended learning methods.

For more information on Axalta’s educational programs, visit axaltacs.com/us/training.

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