CLEVELAND — Business services experts from the Automotive Finishes branch of Sherwin-Williams recently aided a group from Collin College in Allen, Texas, to build-out the institution’s brand new Automotive Technology program. The Sherwin-Williams team worked to style and design the app’s spray booth, combine room and prep stations, and are encouraging the program’s launching by outfitting the centre with Sherwin-Williams automotive finishes and crash repair solutions.
Collin College‘s Technical Campus includes a three-story, 340,000 square-foot complicated offering up to seven,100 traditional, double credit and continuing education students chasing high-wage, high-demand professions in construction, healthcare, information technology, production and today automotive. Designed with work force education as its core function, Collin College includes classroom and laboratory space devoted to educating students from the latest techniques with the latest industry-standard technology.
For the college’s new Automotive Technology program, Business Services Marketing Manager, Judy Folk, National Account Manager, Harvey Kulkin and Capital Equipment Sales Manager, Tim Schmidt from Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes, consulted early in the construction stage on the plan of the numerous spaces necessary for pupil hands-on instruction and expertise instruction. The Sherwin-Williams team supplied specifications about the design and design of this app’s spray booth, blend room and prep station and they eased the source of automotive paint and collision repair goods throughout the local Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes sales staff and division location.
The Automotive Technology application was created to prepare pupils for high‐skill, high‐demand positions in the automotive sector. Students who complete the program will have the chance to acquire employment in dealerships, big tire, lube and repair chains, in addition to separate stores. In addition to making stackable certifications, marketable skills and AAS degrees, pupils will also be well prepared to make industry recognized ASE certificates qualifying them for Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) or Automotive Service Technician (AST) designation.
Moving forwards, equally Judy Folk and Tim Schmidt from Sherwin-Williams will function on the institution’s Technical Advisory Board.
About that the Automotive Finishes Division of Sherwin-Williams
Sherwin-Williams® Automotive Finishes produces and distributes a comprehensive line of advanced technology paint and coating systems such as automotive, aerospace and fleet refinishing businesses. The Automotive Finishes branch comprises Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes® and Valspar® Automotive paint and product manufacturers, in addition to U.S. Chemical & Plastics® (USC) and House of Kolor®. Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes is part of this Sherwin-Williams Performance Coatings Group, which provides a broad assortment of highly engineered alternatives in greater than 120 nations across the world. Founded at 1866, The Sherwin-Williams Company is a worldwide leader in the manufacture, growth, supply, and sale of paints, coatings and related products to professional, industrial, commercial, and retail customers. For more info about Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes, trip www.sherwin-automotive.com.
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