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Wednesday, 03 April 2019 20:08

IACA Marches Into Spring With Industry Education

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Mike Anderson of Collision Advice presented “Positioning Yourself in the Industry” at IACA’s March meeting. Mike Anderson of Collision Advice presented “Positioning Yourself in the Industry” at IACA’s March meeting.

The Idaho Auto Body Craftsman Association (IACA) kicked off March with two educational seminars.

 

According to IACA President Matt Thornton, “We had over 50 people attend these informative seminars.”

 

On March 8, IACA hosted an educational seminar with Billy Walkowiak of Collision Safety Consultants at the Oxford Suites in Boise, ID, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

 

Thornton shared, “Billy gave us an overview of post-repair inspections, OEM procedures, repairer liability and diminished value.”

 

On March 9, IACA welcomed Mike Anderson of Collision Advice for “Positioning Yourself in the Industry,” during which he focused on technology and how it impacts shops. Aaron Clark of the Assured Performance Network also presented a seminar on the importance of documenting repairs and following OEM procedures. Representatives from Podium were also in attendance to present their customer texting and review request platform tools.

 

For more information about IACA and its events, visit idahocraftsman.org or call (208) 344-3582.

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