The deadline for Aftermarket 101, a two-day overview of the motor vehicle aftermarket industry hosted by the University of the Aftermarket, Northwood University, ends on Sept. 8.
The event will be held on Sept. 12-13 at Auto-Wares Group of Companies in Warren, Mich., and the cost is $1,150 per attendee who will earn one-and-a-half continuing education units toward their Automotive Aftermarket Professional designation.
“Students who attend this class will develop a firm knowledge of the breadth, depth and scope of the automotive aftermarket including channels of retail; e-commerce and traditional distributions; sales development skills and opportunities; current and future industry trends; a brief introduction to the heavy-duty segment; and the opportunities and challenges facing our service dealers,” says Thomas Litzinger, executive director of the University of Aftermarket, Northwood University.
This year's programming titles and presenters include industry basics, channels and terminology by Ted Hughes, executive director of Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association, senior director of community engagement, of Auto Care Association; major industry players by John Washbish, president and CEO of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance; and more.
Click the link to register: https://admissions.northwood.edu/corporate/uofa