Chicago, Illinois — June 30, 2017 — The Automotive Management Institute (AMi) has announced it will offer Accredited Collision Repair Estimator (ACE) and Accredited Master Collision Repair Estimator (ACME) courses this year at NACE Automechanika. Collision Repair magazine is the exclusive Canadian media partner for NACE Automechanika 2017.
NACE attendees will have the opportunity to attend up to 12 courses that will apply toward the in-person training requirements for ACE and ACME. According to AMi, these courses recognize and focus in on the necessary skills and knowledge required to be a successful collision repair estimator. Topics of these courses include estimating processes, negotiations, key performance indicators and relationship building.
“From a personal and professional value, the return of investment would be high, but from a shop profitability stand point, the return would be high and instant,” said Jeff Peevy, AMi President.
Other courses offered by AMi over the course of NACE Automechanika include Effective Estimating, Sales Training for Estimators, and a course on how to market and sell to today’s connected consumer.
For a full list of AMi courses, please click here.
Don’t forget, you can qualify for free mechanical training when you register for NACE Automechanika through Collision Repair magazine using the form below!