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Critical Estimating Skills for Achieving Quality, Speed & Cost Performance

The damage estimate is the critical first step in the repair process. Doing it right consistently and throughput performance, insurance relations and profitability can improve dramatically. Get it wrong and vehicles sit and wait for supplement approvals as overall performance and customer satisfaction diminishes. Using real-world case studies, this 2-day course provides an in-depth review of the estimating process as well as the best practices and tools for creating technically-accurate estimates that ensure established targets for quality, speed and costs are met. Estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement opportunities. This popular 2-day course encompasses major enhancements to further help guide participants on effective methods of creating accurate estimates that can improve workflow, reduce waste and enhance quality, speed and cost performance of the organization. It provide estimators with a balanced combination of throughput performance fundamentals and, damage assessment and estimating guidelines for improving quality, speed and cost performance. Real-world case models are studied to help participants identify estimating improvement opportunities.

1/16/2018
1/17/2018
Medford, OR
Rogue Regency Inn & Suites

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NEW Advanced Estimating class
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Critical Estimating Skills for Achieving Quality, Speed & Cost Performance

The damage estimate is the critical first step in the repair process. Doing it right consistently and throughput performance, insurance relations and profitability can improve dramatically. Get it wrong and vehicles sit and wait for supplement approvals as overall performance and customer satisfaction diminishes. Using real-world case studies, this 2-day course provides an in-depth review of the estimating process as well as the best practices and tools for creating technically-accurate estimates that ensure established targets for quality, speed and costs are met. Estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement opportunities. This popular 2-day course encompasses major enhancements to further help guide participants on effective methods of creating accurate estimates that can improve workflow, reduce waste and enhance quality, speed and cost performance of the organization. It provide estimators with a balanced combination of throughput performance fundamentals and, damage assessment and estimating guidelines for improving quality, speed and cost performance. Real-world case models are studied to help participants identify estimating improvement opportunities.

1/18/2018
1/19/2018
Medford, OR
Rogue Regency Inn & Suites

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Business of Parts Management
Business of Parts Management
THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

1/24/2018
1/24/2018
Phoenix, AZ
Courtyard Phoenix Airport

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Business in the 21st Century
Business in the 21st Century

Your Road Map to Success

This 2-day course provides owners and managers with a full array of proven tools, information and advice on how to position their collision repair business for success. Topics such as strategic thinking, business strategy, benchmarking, compensation planning, marketing strategy and human resource management are among the critical key areas addressed. The course also provides a comprehensive understanding of how to use the Key Performance Indicators to identify opportunities for improvement, develop a business plan, set target performance, use a scoreboard to drive improvements, track progress and develop a culture of continuous improvement.

1/24/2018
1/25/2018
Naperville, IL
Chicago BDC

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Business of Parts Management
Business of Parts Management
THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

1/30/2018
1/30/2018
Albuquerque, NM
Marriott Pyramid North

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Business of Parts Management
THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

1/31/2018
1/31/2018
Albuquerque, NM
Marriott Pyramid North

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THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

2/6/2018
2/6/2018
Houston, TX
Houston BDC

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THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

2/13/2018
2/13/2018
Quincy, IL
Stoney Creek Inn

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CE Instructor Development Course
CE Instructor Development Course
A unique marketing tool designed to assist collision repair centers target a key source of business: insurers.

Continuing Education for Insurers (CE) is designed to help build strong relationships between your business and your local insurance agents, adjusters and licensed staff members. This sales tool allows you to speak directly to insurance agents about collision repair and insurance-related topics in an educational setting.

MVP offers two difference types of CE Courses (click to learn more)

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2/13/2018
2/14/2018
St. Louis, MO
Courtyard St. Louis Airport - Earth City

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NEW Advanced Estimating class
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Critical Estimating Skills for Achieving Quality, Speed & Cost Performance

The damage estimate is the critical first step in the repair process. Doing it right consistently and throughput performance, insurance relations and profitability can improve dramatically. Get it wrong and vehicles sit and wait for supplement approvals as overall performance and customer satisfaction diminishes. Using real-world case studies, this 2-day course provides an in-depth review of the estimating process as well as the best practices and tools for creating technically-accurate estimates that ensure established targets for quality, speed and costs are met. Estimating is a key area of focus when looking for process improvement opportunities. This popular 2-day course encompasses major enhancements to further help guide participants on effective methods of creating accurate estimates that can improve workflow, reduce waste and enhance quality, speed and cost performance of the organization. It provide estimators with a balanced combination of throughput performance fundamentals and, damage assessment and estimating guidelines for improving quality, speed and cost performance. Real-world case models are studied to help participants identify estimating improvement opportunities.

2/13/2018
2/14/2018
Concord, CA
San Francisco BDC

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THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

3/20/2018
3/20/2018
Portland, OR
TBD Portland

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THE BUSINESS OF MANAGING PARTS FOR COLLISION REPAIR

Collision parts sales represent 40% or more of a typical collision center’s sales volume and are critical to achieving delivery and cycle time goals. Given this contribution to the repair process and profitability, parts must be managed with structure, organization, and critical timing included in solid business processes. This seminar will focus on the key processes of ordering, receiving, storage, delivery, and returns for collision center parts. Additionally, this course identifies the key business management practices as well as lean principles for value stream management, work standardization, and ongoing improvement. 5S Workplace Organization for collision parts will be covered to introduce best practices and improvement techniques to ensure good handling of parts inventory.

3/22/2018
3/22/2018
Concord, CA
San Francisco BDC

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