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All-New University of the Aftermarket Web Site Offers Access to Video Programming, Multi-Year Course Schedules and More

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The University of the Aftermarket has launched a highly interactive, user-friendly new Web site – www.universityoftheaftermarket.com – designed to serve any professional or organization with an interest in aftermarket-specific executive education, research, certificate and accreditation programs and other learning opportunities.

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The new site encompasses the ever-growing range of programs and other education and research activities now conducted by the University of the Aftermarket. The site offers access to on-demand video programming, registration for online and face-to-face University courses and workshops, descriptions of custom education programs created in partnership with leading industry organizations, and the latest information regarding the University’s signature executive development experience, Leadership 2.0.

The site also includes a comprehensive, multi-year course and event calendar featuring every scheduled opportunity for industry professionals to enhance their knowledge and earn Continuing Education Units toward the prestigious Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) and Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) designations.

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In addition to www.universityoftheaftermarket.com, the University of the Aftermarket also hosts a page on the popular www.facebook.com social network.

“We’re bringing our growing number of courses and related learning opportunities right to the desktop of any industry professional who has Web access,” said University of the Aftermarket Director Brian Cruickshank, AAP. “Our new Web site is the portal through which users can research and sign up for classroom-based courses, view on-demand video programming and participate in interactive workshops. The University of the Aftermarket is now truly on the leading edge of Web-based professional education.”

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For more information regarding the University of the Aftermarket, please visit www.universityoftheaftermarket.com.

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