As VISION Hi-Tech Training & Expo 2024 approaches, the excitement is soaring, and it’s time to gear up for registration, Top Gun style! Registration opens this Tuesday at 2 PM CST, offering a passport to the industry’s leading learning and networking arena. Embrace the spirit of “Top Gun Training” with this 4-step guide, ensuring a smooth journey to secure your spot at this high-flying event in the automotive service industry.
Management training courses are professional learning programs that offer attendees the knowledge, techniques, and resources to develop the skills they want to achieve. Management training at VISION is designed to be automotive industry specific or related to the industry and aims to reflect various business needs. Management training courses often range in the following categories: leadership, financial, customers, organization, business management, time management, sales, marketing, among other business oriented topics.
Technical training courses are training programs that teach attendees either technical or hands-on aspects of automotive services. At VISION, the technical training courses are designed around the automotive industry and the classes are created to teach interested automotive technicians either new or updated information regarding the technical aspects of the automotive service industry. Technical training course topics can differ from year to year as the automotive service industry continues to enhance processes, tools, and technology. Those interested in technical courses can often find classes in the following categories: diagnostics, calibration, engines, automotive electronics, information systems, operations, repairs, programming, advanced techniques, and other trending topics.
The Educator Think Tank (ETT) program is an entire day geared specifically toward automotive educators. The ETT program involves a special lineup of courses focusing on educators’ needs and education. VISION provides this exclusive opportunity for educators to learn alongside industry professionals and bring the information back to their students. Educators can often find classes in the following categories: presenting techniques, advancements in automotive technology, introduction of new learning tools, and other popular educator topics.
A panel discussion comprises a group of individuals gathered to discuss a topic in front of an audience. Panel discussion’s often consist of a moderator who oversees the discussion, speakers willing to share their thoughts and opinions, and the audience to contribute as needed. Panels tend to be less formal than regular presentations, allowing participators to contribute supporting messages or relevant stories (success, failures, lessons, etc) to the topic being discussed. Panel discussions at VISION follow topics related to the automotive service industry.