Predictive estimating, apprenticeships on the slate for CCIF Vancouver

Ottawa, Ontario — April 15, 2014 — What if the way we estimate damage changes, or sponsoring an apprentice was profitable? The next meeting of the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) will attempt to answer these and other questions at CCIF Vancouver on May 24.

Registration is now open for this event, taking place at Marriott Pinnacle Downtown in Vancouver, B.C.

Special early bird pricing is currently available until May 9, 2014. Registration includes admission to the CCIF Cocktail Reception on May 23, followed by the CCIF meeting on May 24. 
Industry experts and speakers will share insight into the latest collision repair industry trends and opportunities.  Attendees at CCIF have a chance to vote on industry initiatives and participate in the meeting with “the VOICE” (Vote On Industry Change and Evolution) audience response pad.  The full agenda for the event is available here
Highlights from the upcoming meeting include Rick Leos, Collision Program Developer, at Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., discussing new software developed by Toyota Motor Sales that may revolutionize how estimates are completed, making the process more efficient and more accurate.  In addition, Glenn Vollhoffer, CEO, and Lee Bouchard, Operations Manager of the Automotive Training Standards
Organization will share ideas about apprenticeship and what collision repair facilities can do to improve their bottom line and grow the next generation of technicians.
To register for CCIF Vancouver, please click here.

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