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Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes will offer 36 classes and training sessions designed to help automotive collision professionals in the second quarter of 2010.
These upcoming business-building and production-excellence courses are being provided through classroom, Web and hands-on settings at numerous Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes training centers located in metropolitan areas across the United States. The classes consist of multiple courses designed to increase shop productivity and include curriculum focusing on painter certification, AWX waterborne systems, color adjustment and blending, fleet refinishing, OEM certification training, accurate estimating, workshop efficiency and more.
According to Rod Habel, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Manager of Training Operations, many of the new classes directly relate to the Sherwin-Williams’ philosophy of helping its customers through “lean thinking” introducing concepts that support sustainable practices which increases productivity while minimizing or often eliminating waste.
In particular, Habel noted that there will also be considerable emphasis on the company’s AWX waterborne coatings technology. The classes also focus on the company’s new Express Scratch Repair system, which is designed to help shops increase profits through add-on work and minor repairs easily accomplished with its HP Process Refinish System and air-dry HPC 15 Clearcoat technology.
Download a complete second-quarter training schedule that details course topics, dates and locations.
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