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I-CAR will offer 11 Professional Development Program (PDP) training courses and more than a dozen presentations Nov. 3-6 in Las Vegas.
I-CAR announced it will offer 11 Professional Development Program (PDP) training courses and more than a dozen presentations at SEMA 2015 in Las Vegas Nov. 3-6. PDP training options for SEMA attendees will deliver some of I-CAR’s newest courses, including Synchronizing Workflow through Team Communication (PM120L01).
PM120L01 is the fifth course in the new Production Management Role that was introduced to the industry on Aug. 10th. The Production Management curriculum that provides end-to-end instruction is designed to drive bottom-line improvements in productivity and profitability throughout the collision repair process.
In addition to the Synchronizing Workflow through Team Communication course, I-CAR will offer a variety of new and popular courses to help support shops achieving or maintaining Gold Class recognition.
“Vehicle technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and staying up-to-date with training on the latest technologies can be one of the most powerful ways to ensure your shop is successful,” said Josh McFarlin, director of Curriculum & Product Development for I-CAR. “The training offered by I-CAR at SEMA features some of I-CAR’s newest and most sought-after courses to help industry professionals perform complete, safe and quality repairs on late-model vehicles.”
To register for I-CAR training courses at SEMA, visit www.semashow.com/education.