SEMA eNews Vol. 23, No. 47, November 19, 2020

SCRS Education Program for Collision Repair Industry Now Available

By SEMA Editors

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists’ (SCRS) entire line of Repairer Driven Education (RDE) online offerings, which debuted earlier this month in conjunction with SEMA360, is now available.

Unlike online webinars, the nearly 24 hours of programming features speakers filmed onsite in front of a room situated similar to how an event-room would be set. Topics include business-oriented subject matters ranging from preparation in order to get paid for scans, overcoming insurer objections, leveraging OEM certifications, technology that will disrupt your business, marketing online, litigating and winning short payments and more. Technical topics include duplicating OEM seam sealer, interpreting component level data and Glue Pull Repair. The OEM Collision Repair Technology Summit session delves deeper into emerging realities in the automotive space, with presentations from executives and engineers at GM, Subaru America, Ford and Audi of America, with an in-depth look at Materials, technology and changes in automotive design in North America, from the perspective of Ducker.

Visit the SCRS website for a complete list of the RDE sessions, which be available to users through August 2021.

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