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Twenty University of the Aftermarket Classes Available Online

Committed to offering professional development opportunities to its members, Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket has announced that members can take classes online at any time of day or night. Twenty courses are now available — from programs designed to introduce new hires to the complex automotive aftermarket industry to courses on improving management, supervision and leadership skills. All of the online courses qualify for University of the Aftermarket continuing education credits (CEU).

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MIDLAND, MI — Committed to offering professional development opportunities to its members, Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket has announced that members can take classes online at any time of day or night.

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Twenty courses are now available — from programs designed to introduce new hires to the complex automotive aftermarket industry to courses on improving management, supervision and leadership skills. All of the online courses qualify for University of the Aftermarket continuing education credits (CEU).

To see a list of available courses, visit: http://www.ontimetraining.com/associations/index.asp?assoc_key=145. Members of the University’s sponsoring associations — AAIA, MEMA and AWDA — can enroll in online courses at a special discounted rate.

Northwood University also has an on-line bachelor degree program, click on the web site www.northwoodonline.org to see what is available. One of the benefits of this online degree program is that you have the opportunity to have your documented work-life experiences evaluated to see what qualifies for college credit. Courses taken at other colleges/universities will also be evaluated for possible transfer credit.

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