Dave Luehr’s Elite Body Shop Solutions announces the next installment in the FREE Elite Webinar Series.
“I-CAR’s Training and Recognition Program Enhancements Benefit Collision Repairers” will feature Nick Notte, I-CAR’s senior vice president, sales, on Tuesday, July 30th, at 1 p.m. Central. To register, visit https://events.genndi.com/channel/July2019EWS. Those who are unable to attend the live event can watch the recorded webinar by joining the Elite Body Shop Academy for free at http://www.elitebodyshopsolutions.com/academy.
This informative I-CAR webinar will provide important details about how the organization continues to innovate for the better with the goal of providing complete, safe and quality repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer. Notte will present the webinar and highlight the upcoming changes to I-CAR’s core curriculum and recognition programs, as well as the sophisticated new technology that is being implemented to improve the learning experience. You also will have an opportunity to ask questions following his presentation.
Key takeaways from Notte’s presentation will include:
- • How changes to Gold Class will raise the skills bar and benefit shops
- • About important new Platinum training requirements for technicians
- • Why I-CAR’s new subscription program is already earning rave reviews
- • How I-CAR’s many new courses will elevate the training experience
- • About the positive impact new technology will have on the user experience
- • How to transition from the current program to future shop pricing under the new program
Notte leads the I-CAR sales team in developing and implementing strategic initiatives that drive the organization’s growth. His career spans more than 30 years and various providers across the collision repair industry. Notte has served on several boards, most notably, the Inter-Industry Conference for I-CAR board of directors and is currently a past chairman of the board of directors of the organization, the board of directors as president and chairman of the National Auto Body Council (NABC), was a member of the executive committee (vice-chairman) of the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) board of trustees and sat on the board of trustees of the Collision Industry Foundation (CIF).