Discover Leadership Training Approved for AMi Credit

Discover Leadership Training Approved for AMi Credit

Past and future students completing the Master Graduate Program will be awarded 60 AMi elective credits hours and the Ignition Leadership Program 24 credit hours toward the achievement of AMi’s AAOM, AAM and AMAM professional designations.

The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) announced the approval of the Discover Leadership Master Graduate Program and Ignition Program for elective credit hours. Past and future students successfully completing the Master Graduate Program will be awarded 60 AMi elective credits hours and the Ignition Leadership Program 24 credit hours toward the achievement of AMi’s Accredited Automotive Office Manager (AAOM), Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) and Accredited Master Automotive Manager (AMAM) professional designations.

“We are proud to add the Discover Leadership Master Graduate and Ignition Leadership Programs to our growing list of AMi-approved programs,” said AMi President Jeff Peevy. “Its unique approach to leadership training provides a solid foundation for both personal and professional success.”

Mike Anderson, owner of Collision Advice, says of the Master Graduate experience, “You often hear of things that change a person’s life: getting married, having kids, and so on. I can assure you that attending Discover Leadership is absolutely one of these types of life-changing events. I would encourage anyone and everyone you know to attend Discover Leadership. It will leave you more focused and more honed in on what it is that life has to offer you.”

Added Mike Jones of Discover Leadership, “I am very excited to be working with Jeff Peevy and AMi. Discover Leadership Training is always looking for organizations that are focused on helping people create a better version of themselves, and AMi is certainly doing that for thousands. The win-win relationship between AMi and Discover Leadership Training will give the businesses we serve the winning edge.”

To receive credit for the recently approved Discover Leadership Training Programs, download, complete and return the AMi Course Completion Form. Download the form by clicking here.

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