Axalta Services has recently launched its 2020 training schedule. The 2020 program will cover a range of topics, providing participants with valuable insights into the latest tools, techniques and methodologies needed to increase throughput and decrease cycle times within the body repair process.
Kicking off the schedule in February, the first course covers Pre-Lean. As part of the course, attendees will begin by going back to the basics to be re-introduced to ‘Lean’ thinking in the Collision Repair Industry. The course lays the foundations for a successful ‘Lean’ transformation and emphasises the need to ensure that basic processes are in place before any business decides to embark on the ‘Lean’ journey.
‘Blueprinting’, ‘Optimum Parts Management’ and ‘Solid Production Controls’ are important components of any ‘Lean’ system and understanding their effects on cycle times urges the participants to focus their thinking on where it is important. Axalta Services Manager, Robin Taylor, highlighted the importance of the course: “In the past many of us have been guilty of trying to run before we can walk, this course recognises that and takes us back a step”.
Axalta’s Training Alliance with I-CAR means that upon completion of any Axalta Services’ course, participants will be awarded credit that can be applied towards the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals, Platinum Individual designations, or be used to meet role relevant annual training requirements. Each credit point earned will be submitted to I-CAR and recorded on your personal training record.
To view the latest training schedule for 2020 and how Axalta Services can help strengthen your bottom-line visit www.axalta.com.au/AxaltaServices.