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Florida and Mid-Atlantic Auto Care alliances to hold fall training events

Courses for management and technical training for shop owners, managers, advisors and technicians are open to all automotive professionals

Gladstone, Mo.—The Auto Care Alliance has announced upcoming events being produced by its Florida and Mid-Atlantic alliances.

ACCELERATE Automotive Conference

On Oct. 14, in the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., the Florida Auto Care Alliance will produce and host the new ACCELERATE Automotive Conference, a full day of technical and management training trade show.

Trainers include Bill Haas, Kim and Brian Walker, Rick White, John Thornton, Sean Tipping, Rich Falco, and Brin Kline. Classes include topics such as Hybrid Diagnostic Case Studies, Shop Production and Payroll That Drive Profits, Variable Valve Lift Operation and Diagnostics, and How to Harness the Power of AI in Automotive Diagnostics. The trade show will feature exhibitors from across the country.

“The Florida Auto Care Alliance is thrilled to offer this event to the industry to help further management and technical training for our shop owners, managers, advisors, and technicians. We’re proud to do our part to train current and future members of our community and beyond,” says FLACA Executive Director Gary Keyes.

Super Saturday training event and trade show

The Mid-Atlantic Auto Care Alliance will continue to host its Super Saturday training event and trade show this year on Nov. 10-11, at the Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast in Trevose, Pa. This year’s event includes expanded sessions on Thursday and Sunday.

Trainers include Craig O’Neill, Bill McAleese, James Wilson, Haakan Light, Isaac Rodell, and more. Topics include The Art of Advising with DVI, Diesel Common Rail Injection Diagnostics, how to use your lab scope for diagnostics, Advisor Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, using formula-based labor rates to earn more profit and more. The trade show will feature exhibitors from across the country.

“We are excited to announce that we will have 30 different seminars and a trade show at this year’s Super Saturday, an event we’ve been producing since 2014. We will have tracks for ADAS, Diesel, Management, German, Domestic Driveability and lab scope seminars. We are very fortunate to have some of the best trainers in the country present at our event,” said MAACA Director Ron Turner.

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