Martin Senour Announces Fourth Quarter Training Schedule - BodyShop Business

Martin Senour Announces Fourth Quarter Training Schedule

The Martin Senour Company has announced its fourth quarter state-of-the-art training sessions for collision center professionals beginning in October and ending in December. Classes in color adjustment and blending of paint applications will be conducted, as well as other painting techniques.

Training courses are at Martin Senour locations nationwide and include an emphasis on sustainable operations from both a business and technical standpoint.

Classes taught by Martin Senour professionals will cover the following topics:

• VORTEX waterborne system
• Planet Color custom paints (for restoration and enthusiast colors)
• Painter certification
• Fleet refinishing

Jobber Level One and Two courses will be available to select distributors, as well as vocational instructor training sessions on products, application techniques and shop productivity.

“Whether it is further education in standard operating procedures, lean shop practices, color application, accurate estimating or customer relations, we have the course,” said Jeff Green, Martin Senour director of sales.

More information:

View the Martin Senour training schedule

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