‘The Automotive Aftermarket in 2023 and beyond’ and more will be examined at the Brisbane show

Wayne Bryant (L) and Rod Camm (R),

Autocare is an unparalleled aftermarket training and networking event for automotive technicians and business managers.
Designed to deliver the most relevant and in-demand sessions, Autocare promises to arm attendees with skills and insights to ensure their success in 2023 and beyond.
Australia’s largest education led automotive convention will take place across the 9th and 10th of June at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, tackling the largest industry topics head-on with a world-class line-up of industry experts.
Kicking off Autocare will be a compelling session titled ‘The Automotive Aftermarket – 2023 And Beyond.’
This session will provide a fascinating and inspiring overview of global and industry trends, and what they mean for your business now and into the future.
Themes of this discussion will include the right to repair, the ZLEV evolution, industry regulation, the pace of vehicle technological change and the skills shortage.
This keynote address will be led by respected leaders of the aftermarket, including Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) Chief Executive Officer, Stuart Charity; Capricorn Society Group Chief Executive Officer, David Fraser; MTAQ Chief Executive Officer, Rod Camm; and GPC Asia Pacific Automotive Division Chief Executive Officer, Wayne Bryant.
“The automotive industry is changing at unprecedented speed, and we need to keep abreast of these changes. Autocare is specifically designed to address the challenges and opportunities in front of us by bringing together top industry leaders to share their expertise on the topics that matter,” Stuart Charity said.
“The Automotive Aftermarket – 2023 and Beyond’ session will be a great way to launch into Autocare by providing inspiring and meaningful insights about the future of the aftermarket, and helping attendees to create robust and agile plans for their career and business.”
The themes of this opening session provide a great entrée to the broad two-day education program, split across a dedicated Technical Program and a Workshop Management Program.
The Workshop Management Program has been designed to provide business managers and owners with topics that will help boost their business productivity, sustainability and success. Subjects include attracting and retaining talent, customer service best practices, relationship building, digital marketing, cyber-security, mastering difficult conversations, business planning and environmental sustainability. This program will be invaluable for businesses large and small.
The Technical Training Program has been designed to offer technicians and apprentices comprehensive, cutting-edge education on the most sought-after technical subjects. Sessions cover hybrid and EV service, safety and diagnosis, pass thru technology, oscilloscopes, sensor and component testing, EGR systems, fuel injection systems, exhaust aftertreatment, diesel specific diagnostics and more.
A feature-packed Trade Show with over 100 of Australia’s best companies, a demonstration stage and networking happy hour will complement the training programs, offering a complete solution for attendees to take their automotive career development, skills and business growth to the next level.
“Autocare is a truly unique training opportunity. Nowhere else will you be able to learn from such a huge collection of industry experts, on such a fantastic program of valuable topics. Technicians and business owners alike can’t afford to miss Autocare 2023,” Stuart said.

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