AAM Graduates to be Honored During Industry Week 2014
Aug. 9, 2013— The Automotive Management Institute (AMI) will honor its 20th graduating class of Accredited Automotive Managers (AAMs) during Industry Week 2014, July 29 through Aug. 2 at the Cobo Center in Detroit.
The AAM designation is awarded to automotive service professionals after successfully completing course work and earning 120 credits of management education at a formal cap-and-gown ceremony.
More than 1,700 individuals have earned the AAM designation with approximately 100 new graduates each year.
“Many events are planned for Industry Week 2014, giving our new graduates an exciting forum during which to be honored,” said AMI executive director Toni Slaton. “Graduates will also have the opportunity to take in everything Industry Week will offer, including a premier trade show, meetings, conferences, networking and education essential to their business success.”
As a result of the anticipated size and scope of the new Industry Week, AMI will not hold a graduation ceremony during the upcoming Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) in October 2013. It will, however, offer more than 41 AMI-approved classes during ASRW, giving students an opportunity to earn credits toward the AAM and potentially graduate in July 2014.
For more information visit the AMI website.