Continuing Education for Tire Employees
Scott Blair is the Founder of T.R.A.C.K. Auto Training & Network, which is poised to soon be the premier tire, rim, and chassis training center in the US. Their team serves both the mobile tire industry and traditional tire stores with customers ranging from one-store family-owned to multi-state national chains.
As a 28-year veteran of the tire and custom wheel industry, Scott is passionate about everything related to tires and wheels. He is the Managing Partner of 2U Tire of Alabama, Co-founder of 2U Mobile Solutions, and Inventor of the Wheel Fit and GRYPR System. Scott is also the Creator and Host of T.R.A.C.K. Auto Training & Network on YouTube and Author of the T.R.A.C.K. Auto Training custom wheel and non-OE tire certification program.
In this episode…
High turnover rates are making hiring and training a challenge for business owners. How can you quickly onboard employees without slowing down your workflow? Once employees are trained, how do you ensure they’ll stay with the company?
Give the employees what they want most: growth. By providing clearly outlined training, employees will thrive. They’ll be up and running in your shop more quickly, they’ll be excited about learning, and they’ll become a valuable asset to your business. How can you find the best training for your employees?
In this episode of Gain Traction Podcast, Neal Maier is joined by Scott to discuss how T.R.A.C.K. Auto Training & Network is empowering employees and businesses. Scott talks about the importance of continuing education, how the T.R.A.C.K. training system works, and why you should never stop learning.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Scott Blair shares how he became passionate about training tire employees
- How Scott and the team at T.R.A.C.K. Auto Training can help train new employees as you expand your business
- The importance of continuing education and offering opportunities for growth
- Scott explains the T.R.A.C.K. training system
- What are the new features coming soon to T.R.A.C.K?
- Scott shares the best piece of advice he’s ever received: never stop learning