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COMPLEX COLLISION REPAIR AND TRAINING TO MATCH

with Chris Chesney, VP of Training & Organizational Development, Repairify

what you'll hear:

Narrowing in on the training topics best-suited for your team can be a conundrum—but Collision Repair is here with an end-of-year webinar to set you up for success in 2023 and beyond. 
 
Tune in LIVE on December 14 at 2 p.m. Eastern Time for an exclusive high-level look at the training required in today’s complex collision repair environment and an up-close look at the solutions, adaptable strategies and learning courses available on specific and trending topics.

FUTURE FOCUS

How do you ensure your team is fit for the future? We’ll discuss topics of focus for specialized roles and define what a future-fit team looks like, in terms of staff and skills.

new niches

Successful staff require specialized learning. Tune in and discover a list of customizable courses fit for your teams.

CERTIFIED SUCCESS

More exclusive details on the newly-announced Repairify Institute, including training topics of focus and methods of delivery!

METHODS OF LEARNING

Applying adaptive, personalized learning to the collision repair space. Let your team train in the style that’s best-suited to their needs.

INSERT YOUR OPINIONS

Vote in polls and comment to your heart’s desire! Let Repairify know what topics you want to see at the Institute!

q&A

Chris Chesney brings more than 50 years of collision repair experience to the panel. Ask your most pressing questions—we’ve got a whole hour to chat.

panelists

Chris Chesney is Vice President of Training and Organizational Development for Repairify. He leads the Repairify Institute, the company’s comprehensive training program for customers, industry partners, employees, and in-network technicians. With a career spanning 50+ years, Chris is a self-taught technician who has held every primary role in the automotive service industry, including: master technician, shop owner, service advisor, technical and management educator, and independent training consultant.  For 22 years, he led the highly successful Carquest Technical Institute (CTI). He is an active member of the Auto Care Association’s Emerging Technology Council ADAS Working Group, the ASE Training Managers’ Council, as well as a founding member of the TechForce Foundation Future Tech Success Cabinet. He is also a member of the board of directors for Christian Brothers’ Automotive.
Chris Chesney, VP of Training & Organizational Development, Repairify
Allison Rogers is a reporter and editor with Media Matters. She reports on the collision repair industry daily and regularly contributes to the company's host of magazines, including Collision Repair magazine, Bodyworx Professional, Canadian Auto Recycler and Collision Quebec. Allison is also the host of the Collision Repair magazine podcast, Industry Insider.
Allison Rogers, Collision Repair Magazine

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