Personal and professional development to take centre stage

Dozens of industry leaders and experts will take the stage at the 2022 SEMA Show Education Program, where attendees will have the opportunity to learn about current and future trends, proven business strategies, and new opportunities while at the annual event taking place in Las Vegas, in November. 
Beginning on Monday, October 31 – the day before the official opening of the four-day SEMA Show – the 2022 SEMA Show Education Program will include more than 70 free and premium sessions within 14 tracks.
Showgoers may choose individual sessions across different tracks, mixing and matching the offerings to create a personalised agenda that meets one’s individual needs. 
“The Education Program is one of the SEMA Show’s key pillars, and it’s always been highly rated by participants,” SEMA Director of Education, Pamela Brown-Matthis, said.
“We challenged ourselves and pushed to make the program better than ever. We focused heavily on bringing in elite subject matter experts and high-profile industry leaders. SEMA Show attendees are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to hear from industry experts while at the Show.” 
New this year are four sessions focused on challenges and opportunities associated with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the workplace.  
“Celebrity Insights,” moderated by African American Racers Association Cofounder Chris Harris, features automotive celebrities, legends, and luminaries with diverse backgrounds and experiences.  
Returning by popular demand is the Leadership Essentials Track, presented by Dale Carnegie.  
Also continuing in 2022 are comprehensive programs from partners, including the Society of Collision Repairers (SCRS), the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR), and the Tire Industry Association (TIA).
The SEMA Show (November 1-4, 2022) is the world’s premier automotive trade show, featuring new products and trends in vehicle customisation.

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