SEMA 2022: Repairify Automotive Repair Knowledge Sharing Solutions

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Repairify President Cris Hollingsworth at a SEMA press conference explaining the details of his company’s training institute which will also be available for Canadian shops. Photo Michel Beaunoyer

During the SEMA show, Repairify took the opportunity to launch its Institute of Excellence, which will also be available for Canadian automotive repair professionals.

The launch of this major training initiative aimed at the North American automotive repair industry was announced at a SEMA press conference hosted by company president Cris Hollingsworth.

The Repairify Institute, which is based on the concept of adaptive learning, is designed to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge in support of automotive aftermarket repair shops who are faced with the challenge of servicing and repairing increasingly complex vehicles. The training will be virtual, but a series of classroom events will be rolled out in various markets. A skills certification system will also add value to the training.

Repairify plans to open several Centres of Excellence, the first of which will be in the company’s home state of Texas. Cris Hollingsworth explained that these automotive technology training centres are also planned for Canada in partnership with the industry. Courses will also be developed shortly to meet the specific needs of French-speaking customers. Information in French is already available on the repairifyinstitute.com website.



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