MVP Advanced Estimating

01/16/2018 - 01/17/2018   (Rogue Regency Inn & Suites - Medford, OR)

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

01/16/2018 - 01/17/2018   (Rogue Regency Inn & Suites - Medford, OR)

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

01/18/2018 - 01/19/2018   (Rogue Regency Inn & Suites - Medford, OR)

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

01/18/2018 - 01/19/2018   (Rogue Regency Inn & Suites - Medford, OR)

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

01/24/2018   (Courtyard Phoenix Airport - Phoenix, AZ)

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 Business in the 21st Century

01/24/2018 - 01/25/2018   (Chicago BDC - Naperville, IL)

This course takes a hard look at the state of the industry and provides owners/managers with full array of proven tools, information and advice on how to position their collision repair business for success. Get the tools and training needed to maintain a competitive advantage in the 21st century.

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MVP Business in the 21st Century

01/24/2018 - 01/25/2018   (Chicago BDC - Naperville, IL)

This course takes a hard look at the state of the industry and provides owners/managers with full array of proven tools, information and advice on how to position their collision repair business for success. Get the tools and training needed to maintain a competitive advantage in the 21st century.

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MVP Business of Parts Management

01/30/2018   (TBD Albuquerque - Albuquerque, NM)

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 Business of Parts Management

01/31/2018   (TBD Albuquerque - Albuquerque, NM)

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 Business of Parts Management

02/06/2018   (Houston BDC - Houston, TX)

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.


CE Instructor Development Training (IDT)

02/13/2018 - 02/14/2018   (Courtyard St. Louis Airport - Earth City - St. Louis, MO)

For CertifiedFirst Shops only, learn how to effectively deliver dynamic and motivational presentations to insurance agents in a interactive and informal atmosphere. Approved instructors are provided with several industry specific courses that are easy to teach and engaging for agents to experience. For more information on the PPG Continuing Education for Insurers program, contact Beth Kassabri at kassabri@ppg.com