Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Announces Second-Quarter Training Schedule

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Announces Second-Quarter Training Schedule

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes announced its second-quarter training schedule starting April through June, with classes to be held at its training centers across the country.

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes announced its second-quarter training schedule starting April through June, with classes to be held at its training centers across the country.

The training sessions provide participants with the skills needed to succeed in the automotive collision repair industry. Shop owners, managers, painters and technicians will learn through a combination of classroom, Web and hands-on training settings.

The following courses will be offered during the second quarter of 2017:

  • Painter Certification
  • Color Adjustment and Blending
  • AWX Performance Plus Waterborne Refinish System
  • Fleet CFR

Further details regarding the 2017 second-quarter schedule for training centers, dates, specific course descriptions and locations are listed below:

Second-Quarter Training Schedule

 Training Center
Date Training Course Description No. of Days
Atlanta 4/11/2017 Painter Certification 3
Atlanta 4/25/2017 Color Adjustment and Blending 3
Atlanta 6/27/2017 Painter Certification 3
Chicago 5/16/2017 AWX Performance Plus Waterborne Painter Certification 3
Chicago 5/22/2017 Color Adjustment and Blending 3
Chicago 6/26/2017 ATX Refinish System Painter Certification 2
Chicago 7/10/2017 Painter Certification 3
Dallas 5/9/2017 Painter Certification 3
Dallas 5/16/2017 Color Adjustment and Blending 3
Dallas 5/31/2017 Advance Painter Certification 2
Philadelphia 5/8/2017 Painter Certification 3
Philadelphia 5/30/2017 Painter Certification 3
Fredericksburg 6/27/2017 Painter Certification 3
Reno 4/24/2017 AWX Performance Plus Waterborne Painter Certification 2
Reno 4/26/2017 Color Adjustment and Blending 2
Reno 5/16/2017 Fleet CFR 3

For more information about Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes courses, visit its training section at www.sherwin-automotive.com/refinish/training-support/ or call (800)-SWULTRA (800-798-5872).

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