Martin Senour Offering Lean, Waterborne Training in Coming Months - BodyShop Business

Martin Senour Offering Lean, Waterborne Training in Coming Months

The Martin Senour Company has announced that it will offer more than 20 classes designed to provide hands-on lean and waterborne training, painter certification, estimating and other topics to automotive collision management and painting professionals in the first quarter of 2010.

Training sessions include an emphasis on sustainable practice offerings, both business and technical, to help shop owners, managers and technicians better practice lean thinking. Martin Senour says it has received requests and a significant interest for classes regarding waterborne technologies. In response to those needs, the company will provide additional sessions specific to those practices.

Martin Senour professionals will be providing instruction on a number of class topics including lean shop production and waste elimination, painter certification, its VORTEX waterborne system, color adjustment and blending, fleet refinishing, OEM certification training, accurate repair estimating and workshop efficiency.

Training sessions will be held throughout the U.S.

More information:

• View the complete training schedule

Martin Senour

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