The University of the Aftermarket Goes Online

May 27, 2009

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The University of the Aftermarket has rolled out a new web site, which includes on-demand video programming and registration for online and in-person courses.
The site is an effort to serve those looking into aftermarket education, research, certification and accreditation.

"We're bringing our growing number of courses and related learning opportunities right to the desktop of any industry professional who has Web access," said Brian Cruickshank, director. "Our new Web site is the portal through which users can research and sign up for classroom-based courses, view on-demand video programming and participate in interactive workshops."

In addition, the site provides descriptions of custom education programs created in partnership with industry organizations as well as information about Leadership 2.0, the university's two-week executive development and learning program. Users can also access multi-year course and event calendars, including opportunities to earn Continuing Education Units toward the Automotive Aftermarket Professional and Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional designations.

The university didn't stop there. Aftermarket professionals can also connect to the
university through its Facebook page.

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