Martin Senour Announces Third Quarter Training Schedule

Martin Senour Company Announces 2015 Third Quarter Training Schedule

Training courses emphasize painter certification and maximizing shop profits, and will be held at Martin Senour training facilities nationwide.

The Martin Senour Company announced its 2015 third quarter training schedule, with courses running from July 1-September 30, 2015. Training courses emphasize painter certification and maximizing shop profits, and will be held at Martin Senour training facilities nationwide.

Martin Senour Automotive Finishes Director of Sales Jeff Hartl noted that the brand’s training sessions are designed to help shop owners, managers and technicians better execute environmentally responsible practices and improve their repair techniques with today’s innovative painting systems.

Hartl also pointed to Martin Senour’s highly successful showing at the recent NAPA EXPO in Las Vegas.

“More than 100 collision repair facility owners, managers and techs, along with a large number of our existing and prospective jobbers, all learned how to best maximize their profits while increasing productivity and repair quality using Martin Senour products,” he said.

In particular, Martin Senour professionals will teach the following course topics during the third quarter of 2015:

  • Pro//BASE Refinish System Painter Certification
  • VORTEX Waterborne Painter Certification
  • Estimating Solutions for Profit
  • Color Adjustment and Blending
  • Improving Workshop Efficiency
  • Achieving Service Excellence
  • Fleet FGP
  • Jobber Level 1

For more information regarding the Martin Senour training or its paint products, visit the training section at www.martinsenour-autopaint.com or call (800) 526-6704.

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