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Expo seminars address key workshop business issues - Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo

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Posted on 5th October 2016
by Sally Cutler
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Expo seminars address key workshop business issues

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Educational seminars are a popular and heavily booked part of the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo, because they directly address the issues challenging mechanical repair workshop businesses.

Hosted by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo will be held from Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 April 2017 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Seminars will be offered on Friday 7 and Saturday 8 April with separate seminar programs designed for the mechanical repair and collision repair workshop sectors.

The underlying seminar theme will be how technology will soon dominate almost every aspect of the automotive service and repair industry. Specific seminar themes were selected following qualitative research among aftermarket businesses across Australia.

These themes will offer you solutions to vital business concerns, including:
• Accessing diagnostic and solutions data.
• Understanding the rapidly evolving fault finding modes.
• Identifying the right scan tools for your business model.
• Finding and keeping top technicians.
• Plus much more!

Seminars where you don’t turn off your mobile phone

AAAA Executive Director Stuart Charity said the Auto Aftermarket Expo seminars will be delivered by top Australian and international automotive experts. “Our Seminar Program Coordinator and Seminar Facilitator Colin Bockman has 30 years’ experience consulting with workshops. He has identified star problem solving presenters to share their knowledge and experience,” said Stuart Charity.

“Their seminar content will give you practical information and tips you can use immediately in your business to improve bottom line performance.

“To ensure that you get answers to your specific questions, the mechanical repair seminars will include technology based question and answer sessions. By simply “texting” your question to facilitator Colin Bockman live during the seminar, he will ask the expert speakers to give you an answer.

“This seminar program is only one way in which the Expo will deliver value to Australia’s service and repair workshop businesses. In addition, the Expo presents the latest products and technology, and three days of networking and business development opportunities,” said Stuart Charity.

To attend the Auto Aftermarket Expo seminars of your choice, visit www.aftermarketexpo.com.au/visiting/seminar Select the sessions you want to attend and register on line. Due to the popularity of the Expo Seminar Program, you must register in advance.