Vehicle Damage Assessor

Developing Staff is KEY to Delivering Improved Profit

As engineers we are educated to understand the mechanics of technology, but often fail to recognise the anatomy of profit within our businesses.

ARC Support Services provide a number of training and development programmes that focus on the generation of profit within the repair process and how that is directly relevant to the actions, tasks and responsibilities of the Vehicle Damage Assessor.

The VDA is the first definitive factor in the companies fortunes and it is his actions and tasks that defines the level of profitability which can be achieved within the repair facility. 

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do your key staff recognise the relationship between the accuracy of their repair specifications and the opportunity to improve the recovery rate?

  • Do your staff understand why the Break Even Point and and the Profit GAP are directly relevant to the the tasks and the processes of your VDA?

  • Do you and your Staff know how to cut the cost of Conflict within your repair business?

If you answered NO to any of the above questions, you should give us a call, because we can help you to redress the balance and put you back in control.  There is no need for you to be an accident repair center with little or no returns for a high investment.   Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) will always apply and are a vital piece of the puzzle. Knowing how to gain and control them is vital for the sustainability of your business, if you don't want your business to be flying blind.

Cutting the cost of conflict in your business, begins with your Damage Assessor and quickly permeates its way through your business to the Bottom Line, adding tangible value where it truly matters.

IFR and the Rules of Profit Generation are relevant to your Business Profits

Contact us to day for more information on how we can help you regain control or your business

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