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The Automotive Industry: Does the Public Really Know What We Do? [RR 836]
Technician Training Comittment Episode 83631st March 2023 • Remarkable Results Radio Podcast • Carm Capriotto, AAP
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Recorded Live at Vision 2023, Dave Hobbs, Scot Manna, and Eric Ziegler have an open discussion on the importance of training, leading to the question, "Does the public really know what we do?" Watch Video Episode: HERE Dave Hobbs, senior technical trainer and curriculum developer for Delphi Technologies. Dave’s previous episodes HERE. Scot Manna, Trainer, ACDelco Technician of the Millennium. Scot’s previous episodes HERE. Eric Ziegler, EZ Diagnostic Solutions.  Eric’s previous episodes HERE. Show Notes
  • “What scan tool should you buy?” Class at Vision 2023 with 6 trainers
  • They don't care how much you know until they know how much you care
  • The outside of class experience is just as important or maybe more important. You're going to create connections that are going to serve you for almost your entire career
  • As long as you continue learning, your mind stays young
  • You must read the service information!
  • The people that need the training, aren't in the training classes.
  • Some people don't go to updated training, struggle to get out of their shop, and don’t network with other shops.
  • How many vehicles are on the road that needs ADAS calibration? 70%?
  • Critical thinking is root problem solving.
  • The public does not know what it takes and the tireless amount of dedication to do this career.
  • We're all in this industry together. If you raise the lake, everybody's boat floats higher. 
  • Do the job. Do the job right. Everything else will take care of itself.
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