SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 27, July 8, 2010

SCRS Repairer-Driven Education at the 2010 SEMA Show to Feature More Than 20 Seminars

  SCRS Repairer Driven Education
  Paint and body work professionals can take advantage of more than 21 seminars specific to the paint, body and equipment industry at the 2010 SEMA Show.

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) educational track, entitled Repairer-Driven Education (RDE), will feature more than 21 seminars, many of which are being offered for the first time during the 2010 SEMA Show. All of the seminars will specifically focus on issues and information that are relevant to collision-repair professionals operating in today’s marketplace.

The RDE track, being conducted between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 4 and Friday, November 5, will be launched with an inspiring opening seminar conducted by Charles Coonradt, author of The Game of Work, Managing the Obvious and The Better People Leader.

For the past 25 years, Coonradt’s concepts in the book The Game of Work have enriched the lives and businesses of thousands of collision repairers across the country, and in this rare opportunity, RDE attendees will have the chance to hear from the author himself how they can implement his concepts so that they, and their employees, will learn to enjoy work as much as play.

Attendees will return to the workplace charged with excitement at the opportunity to apply these principles and be able to partake in the final speaking engagement of Coonradt’s illustrious career. The two-day RDE program will also be packed full of information from speakers such as Mike Anderson, Toby Chess, Erica Eversman J.D., John Sweigart, Patrick McGuire Esq., Steven Feltovich, Tim Ronak, Greg Horn and many more.

The seminar topics will range from how to legally and practically address steering, to getting ready for transitioning your business to a lean model; understanding and performing OEM-recommended repairs to finding out how "quirky" customers can be your most valuable resources; how a lack of understanding of wage and hour compliance could devastate your business; and a look at how to drive business to your door through social networking media.

Register now and save $100 ($50 on SCRS Repairer-Driven Education registration and another $50 on SEMA Show registration).

Pre-registration (by October 17): $225

Onsite registration (after October 17): $275

*Does NOT include required SEMA Show registration of $25 by October 17 or $75 after October 17.

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