The SCRS Repairer Driven Education (RDE) Series at the 2017 SEMA Show will feature educational sessions specifically focused on issues and information that are relevant to collision repair professionals operating in today’s marketplace.
CCG has signed 30 new locations since August and grown into 27 states. The company will celebrate being recognized as the fifth largest collision repair services organization in the U.S. by honoring its partners and affiliates at the SEMA Show.
The demos will be conducted by product specialist Bill Kleines and they will showcase PACE as a one-step process, that reduces cycle times and uses less product. Each interactive demo will last approximately 30 minutes.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation selected Rosalinda Pop-Pablo, as the winner of its “Collision Students of the Year” award. Pop-Pablo is a high school senior studying collision repair at Lorenzo Walker Technical College in Naples, Fla.
In the wake of the John Eagle case, the Society for Collision Repair Specialists put together two discussion events at SEMA that will prepare collision repair shops against a similar case and also shed light on liability issues.
During the reception, attendees will hear about the organization’s efforts to support collision students, 2017 donors and supporters will be highlighted, and winners of the annual 2017 Ultimate Collision Education Makeover school grants will be announced.
The Summit topics will address the impact that automotive research has on vehicle construction and functionality, the impact that construction and functionality has on performing once-commonplace repair procedures, and the impact that those OEM procedures—or failure to implement them—have on liability and safety.
The event, which will be free to attend on Wednesday, Nov. 1, will feature some of awards and recognitions from industry organizations highlighting standout individuals and businesses in the collision repair industry.
This year's three sessions will address the impact that automotive research has on vehicle construction and functionality, the impact that construction and functionality has on performing once-commonplace repair procedures, and the impact that those OEM procedures—or failure to implement them—have on liability and safety.
The Monday lineup presents three options from 3-5 p.m., including "Current and Future Technologies 2017 and Beyond," "Culture, Culture, Culture: Would you work in your own shop?!" and "Severity: Why it does not matter and what to do about it!"