Revamped SEMA Education Institute Features More Than 200 Business Courses
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Revamped SEMA Education Institute Features More Than 200 Business Courses

SEMA members and professionals in the automotive specialty equipment market now have access to more than 200 business courses through the recently revamped SEMA Educational Institute (SEI) eLearning Center. The online business resource gives users solutions to many of today’s biggest challenges, the association says.

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SEMA members and professionals in the automotive specialty equipment market now have access to more than 200 business courses through the recently revamped SEMA Educational Institute (SEI) eLearning Center. Available at www.sema.org/elearning, the online business resource gives users solutions to many of today’s biggest challenges, the association says.

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“SEI focuses on issues and topics that are most prevalent in the industry,” said Jamie Eriksen, education director. “Users are able to tap into the knowledge and expertise of leading professionals simply by visiting the eLearning Center. It’s designed to give participants practical and useful information, in an easy and cost-effective format.”

In addition to offering online courses on topics such as business management, customer service, marketing and sales, the eLearning Center has been enhanced so users can create individual accounts. The program will automatically track and keep records for all registered eLearners, who can then request transcripts.

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For a limited time, all courses can be downloaded at no charge. After the trial period, a fee may be charged to non-SEMA members. To get started, visit www.sema.org/elearning.

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