• December 19, 2018 at 9:28 am#65763
    carmancapriotto
    Participant

    The value of daytime training is discussed along with the entire strategy of making training an important part of your business culture.

    Young techs want to know your training commitment that coincides with a work-life balance. We also need to move to a competency model of education. We talk about compensation, homework, hands-on, private training and networking. You need to have a learning plan for your business.

    The panel: Chris Chesney, Sr. Director of Training, CarQuest Technical Institute, Lucas Underwood Shop Owner, L & N Performance, Blowing Rock, NC, Carlo Sabucco, Sils Complete Auto Care Centre, Oakville, Ontario Canada, and Paul Marquardt, Shop Owner, Northwoods Auto Techs, Rhinelander, WI, and a NAPA Trainer.

    We had a very lively discussion that encompasses the entire spectrum of training, from having a training culture to the value of daytime and to be sure you look at training as an investment and not an expense.

    If owners can go to daytime training why shouldn’t technicians? See the show notes for the key talking points, which will be a perfect action list for improving your training commitment. Go to remarkableresults.biz/a098.

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