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Martin Senour Announces 2015 Q1 Training Schedule

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Dec. 9, 2014—The Martin Senour Company has announced its 2015 first quarter training schedule, with a variety of hands-on coatings application courses as well as several courses for shop owners and managers.

 

The sessions, to be held at Martin Senour training facilities nationwide Jan. 12 through March 23, emphasize painter certification, maximizing shop profits and will also offer courses focused on its Vortex waterborne basecoat system.

 

Martin Senour is providing courses specific to these practices. Participants will learn through a combination of classroom, digital, and hands-on settings at various metropolitan Martin Senour training centers.

Specific hands-on, paint and processes application-based courses will be offered during the first quarter:

  • Color Adjustment and Blending

  • VORTEX Waterborne Premium Refinish System Painter Certification

  • Painter Certification

  • Fleet FGP

The following collision center and distribution business building, productivity and profitability-focused courses will be offered during the first quarter:

  • Jobber Level 1

  • Estimating Solutions for Profit

  • Achieving Service Excellence

“We have seen significant interest for classes regarding waterborne technologies and industrial refinishing, so we’re providing additional training specific to those practices to include hands-on work with our famed Vortex waterborne premium vehicle refinish system and Prism commercial refinish system,” Brandon Devis, Martin Senour director of sales, said in a release. "We are also offering more training options for NAPA Store employees to provide them with the latest information to support our growing customer base."

For more information, and full class schedule, visit martinsenour-autopaint.com

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