Sherwin-Williams announces first quarter 2013 training

Jan. 1, 2020
Sherwin-Williams Automotive

Finishes announced its training sessions designed

to help automotive collision professionals in the

first quarter of 2013.

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes announced its training sessions designed to help automotive collision professionals in the first quarter of 2013.

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These upcoming business-building and production-excellence courses are being provided through classroom, web and hands-on settings at numerous Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes training centers located in metropolitan areas across the United States and Canada. The classes are designed to increase shop productivity as well as specifically focus on: painter certification, AWX Performance Plus waterborne refinish systems, color adjustment and blending, fleet refinishing, accurate estimating, workshop efficiency and much more.

According to Rod Habel, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Director of Training Operations, all the new classes have been developed for 100 percent digital training; the brand has converted all of its hands-on training classes from standard, printed manuals to digital textbooks.

“Converting all of our training manuals from paper to digital has provided our employees and customers with an enhanced learning experience,” says Habel. “It has established Sherwin-Williams Automotive as a category leader in training practices and demonstrated our environmental consciousness by eliminating the use of thousands of pages of paper each year.”

The 2013 first quarter training schedule, including locations, dates and course descriptions can can be found at the training section at www.sherwin-automotive.com or call 1-800-SWULTRA (1-800-798-5872).