AMI Launches Effort To Collect Industry-Wide Training Provider Information -

AMI Launches Effort To Collect Industry-Wide Training Provider Information

As part of a major enhancement project, the Automotive Management Institute (AMI) announced it is launching an industry-wide initiative to collect training provider information. Once collected, AMI will maintain the information in a searchable database on its website, AMIonline.org.

AMI-LogoAs part of a major enhancement project, the Automotive Management Institute (AMI) announced it is launching an industry-wide initiative to collect training provider information. Once collected, AMI will maintain the information in a searchable database on its website, AMIonline.org.

“For many years, the industry has been discussing the need for an easily accessible and current database of all industry training information,” said Jeff Peevy, AMI president. “As a nonprofit, we believe AMI is uniquely positioned, to collect, offer and maintain this free searchable database as a service to the industry.”

AMI encourages all technical and management training providers meeting the training needs of the automotive service and collision repair industries to participate in this initiative. The collection form is available at: http://www.amionline.org/#AMi/training-provider.

“By having a central database that the entire industry can turn to when specific training needs arise can be a powerful tool,” said Sheri Hamilton, AAM, AMI chair and executive director of ASA-Midwest.

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