The survey of 800 collision repair techs showcases their opinions on compensation, culture and career opportunities.
Shops across the country are donating excess personal protective equipment to health care workers.
Moy, a beloved figure in the automotive repair industry, passed away two years ago this spring. To honor his passing, AASP/NJ created this award to honor individuals in the collision repair industry who work tirelessly to better the field for all.
The videos are intended for owners, office staff, technical staff and anyone whose job is impacted by understanding and identifying changing technology.
PPG was one of the earliest supporters of the Repairer Driven Education series and OEM Collision Repair Technology Summit during the SEMA Show.
The summit topics will address the impact that automotive research has on vehicle construction and functionality, the impact that construction and functionality has on performing once-commonplace repair procedures and the impact that those OEM procedures – or failure to implement them – have on liability and safety.
SCRS And March Taylor Memorial Fund Award SkillsUSA Gold Medalists Tool Scholarships Through Snap-on
For the third consecutive year, SCRS and MTMF have partnered to provide a $1,250 tool scholarship to each of the SkillsUSA National Championship Gold Medalists at the high school and post-secondary levels to help the recipients secure tools they can use as they enter the trade.
As part of the morning ceremony, SCRS will deliver the first-ever March Taylor Kina’ole Award. The Hawaiian word Kina’ole is the embodiment of excellence in the highest form.
SCRS Career Center has been fully integrated with Google’s new job search feature. Job seekers who are looking for their next career opportunity can now simply “Google it.”
The organizations say the meeting is an outstanding opportunity for market leaders and influential industry representatives to connect with and learn from other state, regional and national association members who are facing similar issues.