Technician.Academy, the go-to training resource for automotive technicians, received three Car Care Council Women’s Board Automotive Communications Awards at this year’s AAPEX (Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo) in Las Vegas, NV. “We’re thrilled and honored to be given this recognition,” states Shawn Collins, Founder and CEO of EXTEND PERFORMANCE, the driving force behind Technician.Academy. “These awards represent the culmination of our team’s hard work and dedication to providing automotive technicians of today and tomorrow the training they need by providing up-to-date and relevant information in a format that is easy to navigate.”
AAPEX is the premier global event representing the $356 billion global aftermarket auto care industry. Each year at AAPEX, The Car Care Council Women’s Board grants awards to the companies and agencies that provide automotive information to consumers and trade professionals through advertising, marketing merchandising and/or effective PR. Technician.Academy was awarded Best Website, Best Facebook Customization, and Best Car Care Clinics.
Technician.Academy felt now was the optimum time to provide brand-infused training to tomorrow’s technicians; those currently enrolled in colleges and technical schools because, according to ASE Tech News Summer 2016 edition, 40% of today’s technicians are over the age of 55 and 70% are over 45. Plus, with 70% of today’s professional technicians working in independent repair facilities, this means they don’t have access to OE training. Technician.Academy will also bring brands to the product-installing consumers. Technician.Academy saw the need and the opportunity to make a difference in the automotive industry.
For more information, please contact Technician.Academy and EXTEND PERFORMANCE at 855.306.8818 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.