Employee turnover can affect any industry, and the auto and collision industries aren’t any different. Employees are a big investment - a lot of time, effort, and money goes into training and
Lack of confidence due to a lack of hands on experience is what keeps many young lube techs stuck producing only 15 hours per pay period and considering a change in career.
Electrical repairs can be challenging for lube techs without the proper hands-on training. See how we helped Audi Bedford train this auto mechanic.
MTI Mechanic Spotlight: Ryan Frank Goes from Lube Tech with a Bad Attitude to Efficient and Confident Mechanic in 8 Weeks
Lube techs need hands-on training to advance their career or they’ll likely walk away. Here’s how we helped Honda of Mentor increase retention and productivity.
See how this lube tech receivied the hands-on training and confidence needed to advance his career as a flat rate mechanic at Penske Toyota of Bedford.
Ganley Subaru sent this lube technician to Matrix Trade Institute to improve his automotive technician efficiency. Here’s how he advanced his career.