Santa Monica, California — November 16, 2016 — NACE and Automechanika announced in September that they would join forces to run a combined show in July 2017. NACE Automechnika has just released the first details of no-cost training opportunities that will be available at the first show, taking place July 26 to 29, 2017 at McCormick Place West in Chicago, Illinois. According to a statement from show management, NACE Automechanika has secured sponsorships from top companies to offset training costs.
Training topics covered at NACE Automechanika 2017 range from analysis of fuel trim corrections for drivability to social media for shops. NACE Automechanika says the courses offered reflect current trends as well as showcase new techniques and processes to make business more efficient. Widely recognized industry experts leading these courses include Vin Waterhouse, John Thornton, Bob Greenwood, G. Jerry Truglia, Bernie Thompson, Wayne Colonna and Matt Fanslow, plus experts from leading suppliers.
You can view a list of the training sessions scheduled so far at automechanika.searchautoparts.com/nace-amc-17-schedule. NACE Automechanika says more will be added in coming months.
“The best trainers in the industry are on board to lead this event,” said Pete Meier, Technical Editor and Director of Training for Motor Age and the UBM Americas Automotive Group. “Nowhere will you find a better line up of trainers, or selection of training topics that offer something for everyone in today’s shops and stores. They will be able to hone their current skills and add new ones by attending NACE Automechanika.”
NACE Automechanika attendees also will be able to experience the latest technology, test equipment and discover advanced applications with live, interactive demonstrations. For the 2017 event, the show schedule has been adjusted to limit conflicts between exposition hours and training sessions.
“We are extremely pleased to offer this variety of courses and line up of top educators to the technicians, managers, collision pros and others who are looking for access to top training,” said Dennis Smith, President and CEO, Messe Frankfurt North America. “The overall event offers everyone the opportunity to take advantage of a multitude of new product advancements as well as industry-leading automotive training for professionals of all experience and knowledge levels.”
For more information, please visit naceautomechanika.com.