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Workshops Overview

Workshops for the 2014 ATD Convention and Expo will contain an array of topics to give you vital information for you and your business. Workshops available for the below registrations: Dealers, Managers, and Allied Industry.


Workshops are brought to you by  NADA University 


ATD Workshop Tracks

  •    Executive Leadership Track
  •    Managing Your Resource
  •   Medium-Duty 


The full 2014 ATD workshop schedule will be posted in Fall 2013.


ATD attendees also have access to attend the NADA Workshops.  No additional registration needed to attend the NADA workshops. Workshops are on a first-come, first-serve basis. The full 2014 NADA workshop schedule will be posted in Fall 2013.

NADA Workshop Tracks Overview



Executive Leadership:  Executive Leadership contains education solutions exclusively for the Executive. Workshops range from legal and regulatory matters, to managing multiple locations, tax and succession planning, fraud prevention, etc. Though all other spokes are available to the Executive/Dealer, dealership personnel below executive level do not have access to the training in this spoke unless permitted by the Executive/Dealer.


Managing Your Resources:  Managing Your Resources contains the training that is appropriate for senior management. The Management spoke includes some of the material available to the Executive/Dealer, plus such hands-on training as cash management, improving business momentum, etc.


Legal and Regulatory: Legal/Regulatory contains training specific to legal and regulatory issues, such as cash reporting, OSHA compliance, Red Flags, UNICAP, HAPs, and FMLA.


Internet Solutions: Internet Solutions trains on Internet marketing for both variable and fixed operations, including online actions, social media, and video search marketing. This spoke also contains training on computer policies and selecting IT vendors.


Sales, Leasing and Finance: Sales/Leasing/Finance delivers training on legal matters, advertising and marketing, new and used sales—including trade appraisals, CPO programs, leasing, and auctions—as well as F&I, inventory management, automotive CRM, and more.


Parts: Parts contains training specifically for parts managers and employees, and includes such topics as inventory control, Hazmat transportation regulations, and service and parts communication.  


Service: Service delivers training specifically for service managers, service advisors, and technicians. This spoke covers such subjects as technician retention, RO analysis, performance analysis, and absorption.

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