Schedule

Day 1 – Saturday, May 18th

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7:30am – 9:00am

Main Hall

Registration and Light Breakfast

Registration will take place at the front entrance.  Breakfast is included for those that purchased tickets including meals.

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8:00am – 6:00pm

Room 1

Vendor Hall is Open

We will have several vendors available to answer questions and show you their products.  Please be sure to visit them in the vendor hall!

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9:00am – 11:00am

Room 3

Class: "Damage Assessment Documentation: Key Steps for Maximum Reimbursement"

SPEAKER: John Shoemaker

Class Details: 

This session is a follow on to my Effective Estimating and Basic Blueprinting courses and covers step by step documentation tips to gain maximum reimbursement on scanning, associated/related damage, measuring and structure repair time, adhesives and corrosion protection, mechanical repairs, interior paint, tire documentation requirements, and refinish operations such as; four-stage paint.  Using OEM position papers/repair procedures, recognized SOP’s from 3M, information from DEG inquiries and missed operations identified in the SCRS Guide to Complete Repair Planning and other resources, I will show the attendees how to use estimate lines, line notes and photos to effectively document their repair process.

Outcomes:

  •       The attendee will understand how to answer questions before they are asked by utilizing an estimate line, estimate line note and photos to clearly define their repair process and why the task needs to be performed.
  •       The attendee will learn how to itemize specific products used during the course of repair aligned with the documentation necessary to gain reimbursement.
  •       The attendee will understand the value of clear photos to help describe the repair required and how multiple angles of a repair could validate labor hours.

This course was developed based on common questions that arise from other courses about documentation.  In the two-hour Effective Estimating and Basic Blueprinting courses from this presenter, the content touches on ways to document the repair processes.  In most damage assessments there are often more questions than answers about what the writer is trying to relay. Damage appraisers generally know in their mind what they are describing, they just have difficulty getting in down onto the sheet.  By giving key tips and focusing just on documentation, the writer will be able to clearly communicate their repair processes eliminating a majority of insurance company pushback.

 

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11:00am – 12:00pm

Room 3

Class: "New and Emerging Vehicle Technology: ADAS and Beyond"

SPEAKER: Jake Rodenroth

Class Details: 

  • Pre and Post scanning and Position Statements: Where are we today?
    • Most of the manufacturers have a statement what about those who do not?
    • Using the OE position to educate the customer, repair procedures to support the need
  • Understand the ADAS requirement- What to look for to insure the procedure has been followed.
    • ADAS is new to EVERYONE in the automotive eco system.  How do you validate the calibration was required, performed correctly and documented accordingly?
    • What sort of repair scenarios create problems with ADAS calibration
  • What’s next?  Telematics and the virtual referral
    • What types of information do telematic communicate?
    • How do I handle a connected car in a repair shop?
  • The next wave of Electrification
    • Enhanced powertrains and supporting systems.
    • Safety and shop readiness 

 

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12:00pm – 1:00pm

Room 3

Lunch and Vendors

Lunch will be served and the vendor hall will be open.

 

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12:00pm – 1:00pm

Room 3

Class: "Protecting the Collision Repair Shop Interests in the Ever Changing Repair Environment"

SPEAKER: Keith Manich

Class Details: 

The Key Take Aways from this Presentation Will Be:

Developing a comprehensive information package based on the need for using OEM repair specifications and the proper compensation required to have them completed by the modern collision repair facility. More importantly it will include the process of constructing a negotiation package needed to validate these steps including insurance terminology which can be used to focus the omission of the steps and lack of compensation back on the insurer on behalf of the customer. This will include developing comprehensive multi-level repair authorization forms which protect the repair’s interests.    

 

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1:00pm – 2:00pm

Room 3

Class: "2025 The Millennial Takevoer"

SPEAKER: Mike Lanza

Class Details: 

The Millennial Takeover! 
How businesses will attract, train, motivate and retain the next generation of workers. 
By 2025 75% of the global workforce will be of the Millennial generation….. They look and value work differently than prior generations. Will you be ready?!

 

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2:00pm

Room 3

NASCAR BOARDING

At 2pm, the bus will begin boarding for the NASCAR Event and leave at 2:30.  Note: You must have a NASCAR ticket for the day to board the bus.  

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3:00pm – 5:00pm

Room 3

Class: "Title of Class"

Mike Anderson

Class Details: 

 

Day 2 – Sunday, May 19th

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7:30am – 8:30am

Main Hall

Doors Open and Light Breakfast

Breakfast is included for those that purchased tickets including meals.

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8:30am – 10:00am

Main Hall

Seminar Begins

Opening: Josh Kent

Remarks: Brian Davies, NCACAR Chairman of the Board, 
Sarah Daniels, SCACAR Chairman of the Board
Matt Cremonni, PPG
Larry Brolsma, Carolina Collision Equipment
David Rhoad, Axalta

 

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10:00am – 12:00pm

Main Hall

Mike Anderson Seminar

Mike Anderson will present. 

 

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12:00pm – 1:00pm

Main Hall

Lunch

Lunch is served! 

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1:00pm – 3:00pm

Main Hall

Mike Anderson Seminar

Mike Anderson will present. 

 

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