In this roundtable, Tuesday, July 12, at 1 p.m. CT, panelists will discuss best practices with some of the top shops and dealerships
Mount Horeb, Wis.—There is no denying that companies with mentorship programs have a more confident, engaged and better-trained workforce — leading to overall more productive and profitable businesses.
Within the auto, diesel, and collision industries, the first couple of years in the shop is a crucial time in a new technician’s career. A well-structured mentorship program can help set new technicians up for a long, successful career in the industry and within a shop.
In this roundtable, Tuesday, July 12, at 1 p.m. CT, WrenchWay will be discussing how some of the top shops and dealerships across the country structure their mentorship programs for technicians.
Discussion topics will include:
- The importance and purpose of a mentorship program for technicians
- The components of a successful mentorship program
- Where mentorship programs fall short
- Easy steps shops can take to start a technician mentorship program
- Jay Goninen, Co-Founder & President, WrenchWay
- Phil Nightingale, General Manager, Mel Hambelton Ford
- Kathy Cameron, Fixed Ops Director, Ed Martin Auto Group
- Beth Rutter, Collision Industry Professional, E.A. Rutter Consulting
This roundtable is free to attend, but you must register.