ATSG shop management training seminar coming soon - Transmission Digest

ATSG shop management training seminar coming soon

ATSG announced that it will soon be holding a series of management training classes for shops, beginning at the end of January.

Jonathan Sherman’s Management Training Curriculum is a total of 10 classes focused on sales, shop management and marketing. Those interested can sign up for each class on an individual basis.

The first class is called “Welcoming and Overcoming Objections” and is being held on both Wednesday, Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 3.

Each class ticket gets you the live 45-minute webinar and 15-minute Q&A, the PowerPoint presentation, and the recording of the class, ATSG says. ATSG notes that its members can save $100 off the total price by signing up for all 10 classes.

Classes include:

Sales Training

  • (ST1) Welcoming and Overcoming Objections
  • (ST2) The Art of Selling Transmissions
  • (ST3) Getting the Vehicle to the Shop

Shop Management

  • (SM1) Front Office Process and Procedures
  • (SM2) Sourcing and Ordering Parts
  • (SM3) Shop Workflow and Communication
  • (SM4) Time Management and Getting that Extra job Out

Marketing

  • (M1) Google Reviews 101
  • (M2) PPC and SEO 101
  • (M3) Local Fleet and Outside Sales

You can register here.

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