Axalta has launched its schedule for product training and Axalta Services for the first half of 2023. A complete face-to-face programme will be held across Axalta’s five state-based training centres, covering a range of topics.
According to Axalta, participants will be provided with valuable insights into the latest tools, techniques, and methodologies needed to increase throughput and decrease cycle times within the body repair process.
As part of product training, some courses will focus on Axalta’s fast-cure, low energy systems which use proprietary, patented Axalta technology. In these courses, participants will learn how to cut times by up to 50 per cent for the entire refinish process and save energy by drying at temperatures as low as 20 degrees Celsius.
The first Axalta Services course for the year covers production management, which sets a path to improving productivity and workflow through the body shop. The course explores how processes can be looked at in detail to determine what steps are necessary to achieve appropriate throughput goals.
Due to Axalta’s training alliance with I-CAR, on completion of the courses, participants will be awarded credit that can be applied towards the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals and Platinum Individual designations, or be used to meet role-relevant annual training requirements. Each credit point earned will be submitted to I-CAR and recorded on their personal training record.
To view training dates and details, visit axalta.com.au/training.