Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes 2012 second quarter training sessions are designed for collision repair industry professionals seeking advancement and increased knowledge in their field. Courses will be offered March 20 through June 28, 2012.
Through a variety of classroom, web and hands-on settings at numerous metropolitan Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes training centers, shop owners, managers and painters can learn intensive business-building, production-excellence and application techniques, according to the company.
The following courses will be conducted during the second quarter:
Estimating solutions for profit
Color adjustment and blending
AWX waterborne systems
According to Rod Habel, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes director of training operations, many of the new classes directly relate to the Sherwin-Williams philosophy of helping customers through "lean thinking" introducing concepts that support sustainable practices which increases productivity while minimizing or often eliminating waste. In particular, increased training courses on the company’s fast-drying AWX waterborne system.
Habel also notes that Sherwin-Williams will now be offering several classes available for prep technicians as well as fleet finishers, the latter including demonstrations of its new Genesis LV single stage system and Genesis G4 premium basecoat system.
Further details regarding the 2012 second quarter schedule for training centers, dates, specific course descriptions and locations are available on the Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes training page.