DALLAS — This year, the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) educational conference will include an Insurance Track with sessions designed specifically for today’s claims professional, including continuing education credit opportunities. NACE is scheduled to take place Nov. 3-6, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas.
The two continuing education sessions will be Auto Glass Replacement and Repair for Insurers [4-credit CE course in all approved states, except NY (5) and SC (2)], and Collision Repair for Insurers [3-credit CE course in all approved states, except CO (2) and WA (2)]. These sessions will be presented by the CertifiedFirst Network, a recognized source of continuing education for insurers. The additional sessions will be Successful Partnerships Between Shops and Insurers, Power Tools for Successful Negotiations – a National Leadership Institute Course sponsored by the CPCU Society – and Insurance and Auto Repair: Issues 2005, sponsored by the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI).
The package is $150 and includes the two continuing education sessions and the session, Successful Partnerships Between Shops and Insurers, the Thursday General Session with Kyle Petty, Happy Hour, the Friday Luncheon with Richard Flint, the Saturday General Session with Jim “The Rookie” Morris, the NACE Exposition, and admittance to Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week (AAIW) shows. Tickets for these sessions may also be purchased separately. The fee for the CPCU session will be $95 and the fee for the PCI session will be $50.
The educational Conference will also include two new tracks, Sales & Marketing and Estimating, an increased number of focused sessions for dealers, jobbers and claims professionals, new 45-minute “crash course” sessions in several tracks, as well as many new speakers and instructors. There also will be Management, Vehicle Repair, General and Lifestyle tracks and association-sponsored training with more than 50 targeted sessions comprising this year’s Conference. A special international event – IBIS@NACE – will focus on the latest issues, trends and developments in the global collision repair industry.
For more information and to register for NACE, visit the NACE web site at: www.NACEexpo.com .
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