Published on September 24th 2021 in

SCRS Repairer Driven Education again features at SEMA

This year the Program will comes with the option of a Digital Add-On which makes it available to all of us here in Australasia. 

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has announced that registration is now open for the Repairer Driven Education (RDE) series at the 2021 SEMA Show.

The SEMA Show offers an attendee experience like no other trade show on the planet. It’s the best place to see the newest and greatest in automotive products and technology, network with colleagues and interact with the brightest minds in the industry.

In addition, it provides a unique opportunity to sharpen your business through knowledge acquisition at the most comprehensive collision industry education session held during the year. The RDE series is developed by SCRS and delivered annually during the SEMA Show, connecting collision repair professionals with the industry’s most notable subject matter experts. The program is designed to address real-world factors affecting collision repair businesses and establish implementable solutions and positive outcomes for attendees when they return home from the show.

The 2021 show marks a return to the in-person event. “I think all of us learned a great deal in the past year about just how important in-person industry events are to our business,” said SCRS Chairman, Bruce Halcro of Capitol Collision. “We’re proud of the work that we did to continue to connect our industry with much-needed educational topics during a time when the nation pulled back from events, but we are all very ready to serve our membership with an event that feels more familiar, in a venue that sparks a great deal of excitement for all who attend, and allows businesses to spend the week committed to building on their business back home.”

Aaron Schulenburg, SCRS Executive Director added: “While much of the schedule throughout the event will feel familiar to those in-person, we also recognise that large portions of our audience – such as our colleagues Down Under – will be unable to join in-person. For the first time ever, SCRS is filming all the classroom education sessions rather than just select segments. The Full Series Pass for show attendees comes with the option of a Digital Add-On to be able to share the sessions back in the shop with colleagues. Sessions will be filmed onsite, produced following the show, and rolled out in the weeks after the SEMA Show. Following the event, SCRS will open online registration to attend the pre-recorded sessions virtually as well. More details on price and availability will be released following the show, but fear not, collision repairers in Australia will still have a means to take in the education even if they can’t get to Vegas.”

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