The Martin Senour Company Announces Its 2013 Third Quarter Training Schedule

June 2013

Warrensville Heights, Ohio – Ongoing training opportunities for collision repair professionals are available through the Martin Senour Company, as the brand recently announced its new July – September 2013 training schedule. Training courses will be held at Martin Senour training center locations nationwide, and include an emphasis on sustainable operations from both a business and technical application standpoint.
According to Brandon Devis, Martin Senour Director of Sales, all the brand's training sessions are designed to help shop owners, managers, and technicians better practice lean thinking, as well as improve their repair techniques and knowledge of today’s new innovative painting systems. In particular, Devis noted that the brand has received increased requests for more classes regarding waterborne technologies. In response to those needs, the company will provide additional sessions specific to those practices and include hands-on work with its famed Vortex® basecoat-clearcoat waterborne system.
Martin Senour professionals will teach the following course topics during the third quarter of 2013:
  • Achieving Service Excellence
  • Color Adjustment and Blending
  • Estimating Solutions for Profit (ESP)
  • Painter Certification
  • Pro//BASE™ Refinish System Painter Certification
  • VORTEX® Waterborne Painter Certification
There will also be special courses available for NAPA and Martin Senour's Jobber Level One curriculum, available to select distributors, as well as vocational instructor training sessions on products, application techniques, and shop productivity.
For more information regarding the Martin Senour training or its paint products, visit the training section or call 1-800-526-6704.

About The Martin Senour Company
Providing high performance interior and exterior coatings, along with associated products, The Martin Senour Company serves a variety of customers including automotive jobber distributors, collision repair facilities, dealerships, fleet owners and refinishers, production shops, auto body builders and original equipment manufacturers.