Automotive Training Partners, the initiative designed to raise skill standards, has gone online raising its profile in the motor industry.
The website – www.automotivetrainingpartners.co.uk – provides information on the seven ATP partners: BTC (new/used car sales training), People First Europe (business, fleet and commercial vehicle sales), Cyber Car (internet selling), PROfit (finance and insurance), Aftersales First (aftersales), Automotive Business College (management) and Lawgistics (trading standards, consumer and employment law). The initiative is supported by Automotive Management, AutoTrade and Sewells Information & Research.
David Hawkins, Cyber Car director, said ATP was a vital initiative that offered dealers a flexible approach to training.
“We have drawn together the best companies and expertise to enable dealers to get the best return on their investment,” he said.
“The website offers good background information about the seven partners and the areas of training in which they specialise.”