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Collision Repair Professor Earns Professional Designation

Alfred M. ThomasAlfred M. Thomas, an associate professor of collision repair at Pennsylvania College of Technology, recently earned the professional designation of Certified Collision Repair Manager from the Masters School of Autobody Management in Santa Barbara, Calif.

CCRM is the most prestigious management designation available to the industry, earned by just a few hundred collision repair managers around the country.

Course Attended Thomas also attended “Bodyshop Management Essentials” from June 20-24 in Santa Barbara. The intensive course, also offered through the Masters School, instructs attendees on the fundamentals of management for collision repair owners, managers and support staff.

More than 3,000 managers from 50 states, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South America have attended the class, which offers the only management education of its kind available to collision repairers.

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