Martin Senour Co. Announces Third Quarter Training Schedule - BodyShop Business

Martin Senour Co. Announces Third Quarter Training Schedule

The Martin Senour 2011 course lineup, which will be held at various Martin Senour locations nationwide, includes an emphasis on sustainable operations from both a business and technical standpoint, according to the company.

Martin Senour professionals will be providing instruction on a number of class topics including its VORTEX waterborne system, painter certification, fleet refinishing, Planet Color custom paints (for restoration and enthusiast colors) and color adjustment and blending. Jobber Level One and Two, as well as vocational instructor training sessions on products, application techniques and shop productivity will also be conducted.

“We’re always looking to provide shop owners, managers, technicians and instructors with better hands-on practices and more productive thinking,” says Jeff Green, Martin Senour director of sales. “We also have seen significant interest for classes regarding waterborne technologies, enhancing estimating practices and improving key performance indicators, so this year we’re also providing additional courses specific to those practices.”

A complete listing of the third quarter training schedule is available on the Martin Senour website.

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