MVP Green Belt

10/22/2018 - 10/25/2018   (DoubleTree Regina - Regina, SK)

Green Belt Training is an innovative four-day training program directed at process improvement based upon the practical application of Lean Six Sigma tailored for collision repair.

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MVP Green Belt

11/05/2018 - 11/08/2018   (Hilton Garden Inn Columbia/Harbison - Columbia, SC)

Green Belt Training is an innovative four-day training program directed at process improvement based upon the practical application of Lean Six Sigma tailored for collision repair.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/06/2018 - 11/07/2018   (Orlando BDC - Kissimmee, FL)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/06/2018 - 11/07/2018   (Orlando BDC - Kissimmee, FL)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/07/2018 - 11/08/2018   (Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City - Sandy, UT)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/07/2018 - 11/08/2018   (Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City - Sandy, UT)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Paint Shop Throughput

11/08/2018   (Hilton Garden Inn ASU Research Park - Tempe, AZ)

Quick Changeover is a critical component of Lean Manufacturing and is a foundation for gaining critical capacity to meet customer demand and grow operations. This seminar will focus on applying quick changeover techniques and principles to the refinish area within collision repair, more specifically, to optimize booth cycles for any shop faced with the need to gain capacity and throughput when being held back by the current cycle time of their booths.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/13/2018 - 11/14/2018   (Atlanta BDC - Smyrna, GA)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/13/2018 - 11/14/2018   (Atlanta BDC - Smyrna, GA)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/13/2018 - 11/14/2018   (Pittsburgh BDC - Allison Park, PA)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

11/13/2018 - 11/14/2018   (Pittsburgh BDC - Allison Park, PA)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Business of Parts Management

11/14/2018   (Courtyard Cherry Hill - Mt. Laurel, NJ)

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.


MVP Financial Fundamentals for Collision Success

11/28/2018   (Baltimore BDC - Glen Burnie, MD)


MVP Green Belt

12/03/2018 - 12/06/2018   (TownPlace Suites - Wareham, MA)

Green Belt Training is an innovative four-day training program directed at process improvement based upon the practical application of Lean Six Sigma tailored for collision repair.

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MVP Financial Fundamentals for Collision Success

12/04/2018   (Minneapolis BDC - Edina, MN)


MVP Fundamentals of Estimating

12/05/2018   (Minneapolis BDC - Edina, MN)

This class focuses on the basic estimating practices required for entry level estimators. Participants, seeking to improve understanding and skills related to damage analysis, will actively engage in applying the principles taught in the class through writing actual damage reports

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MVP Business of Parts Management

12/11/2018   (Kansas City BDC - North Kansas City, MO)

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.


MVP Green Belt

12/11/2018 - 12/13/2018   (Holiday Inn Centre Park - West Chester, OH)

Green Belt Training is an innovative four-day training program directed at process improvement based upon the practical application of Lean Six Sigma tailored for collision repair.

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MVP Paint Shop Throughput

12/11/2018   (Seattle BDC - Kent, WA)

Quick Changeover is a critical component of Lean Manufacturing and is a foundation for gaining critical capacity to meet customer demand and grow operations. This seminar will focus on applying quick changeover techniques and principles to the refinish area within collision repair, more specifically, to optimize booth cycles for any shop faced with the need to gain capacity and throughput when being held back by the current cycle time of their booths.

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MVP Production and Cycle Time Management

12/11/2018 - 12/12/2018   (Pittsburgh BDC - Allison Park, PA)

This course teaches the systems used by cutting-edge collision centers to allow the vehicle to flow through production to maximum efficiencies. Learn the insight to successfully manage the most important asset in a collision center—the production staff! AMI and I-CAR approved.

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MVP Production and Cycle Time Management

12/11/2018 - 12/12/2018   (Pittsburgh BDC - Allison Park, PA)

This course teaches the systems used by cutting-edge collision centers to allow the vehicle to flow through production to maximum efficiencies. Learn the insight to successfully manage the most important asset in a collision center—the production staff! AMI and I-CAR approved.

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MVP Business of Parts Management

12/12/2018   (Kansas City BDC - North Kansas City, MO)

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.


MVP Refinish Area Optimization - Pilot

12/13/2018   (Chicago BDC - Naperville, IL)

-key performance indicators of the paint shop -common problems that affect production and how to solve them -how the quick changeover approach can increase production -proven strategies to drive improvement


MVP Advanced Estimating

12/18/2018 - 12/19/2018   (Minneapolis BDC - Edina, MN)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Advanced Estimating

12/18/2018 - 12/19/2018   (Minneapolis BDC - Edina, MN)

As a first critical step in the repair process, estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement. This course focuses on how the estimating process impacts cycle time, customer satisfaction and shop profitability.

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MVP Production and Cycle Time Management

01/09/2019 - 01/10/2019   (TBD Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA)

This course teaches the systems used by cutting-edge collision centers to allow the vehicle to flow through production to maximum efficiencies. Learn the insight to successfully manage the most important asset in a collision center—the production staff! AMI and I-CAR approved.

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MVP Production and Cycle Time Management

01/09/2019 - 01/10/2019   (TBD Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA)

This course teaches the systems used by cutting-edge collision centers to allow the vehicle to flow through production to maximum efficiencies. Learn the insight to successfully manage the most important asset in a collision center—the production staff! AMI and I-CAR approved.

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MVP Elevating the Customer Experience

01/29/2019 - 01/30/2019   (TBD Albuquerque - Albuquerque, NM)

Elevating the Customer Experience provides a practical approach to customer satisfaction that will knock the socks off your customers, as well as your competition. Discover how creating “Memorable Experiences” can provide a true competitive advantage by making extraordinary customer service the centerpiece of your marketing strategy.

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MVP Elevating the Customer Experience

01/31/2019 - 02/01/2019   (TBD Albuquerque - Albuquerque, NM)

Elevating the Customer Experience provides a practical approach to customer satisfaction that will knock the socks off your customers, as well as your competition. Discover how creating “Memorable Experiences” can provide a true competitive advantage by making extraordinary customer service the centerpiece of your marketing strategy.

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MVP Paint Shop Throughput

04/02/2019   (Check Collision Center - Mattapoisett, MA)

Quick Changeover is a critical component of Lean Manufacturing and is a foundation for gaining critical capacity to meet customer demand and grow operations. This seminar will focus on applying quick changeover techniques and principles to the refinish area within collision repair, more specifically, to optimize booth cycles for any shop faced with the need to gain capacity and throughput when being held back by the current cycle time of their booths.

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