NADA delivers the highest educational program in the industry. It is multifaceted, interactive and allows you to customize your learning not only by track, but your preferred learning style. We pragmatically tackle the big issues to give you a fresh new perspective and real world solutions to take back to your dealership. 

In addition to our traditional workshops, we have developed Studio sessions for the more hands-on learner:

Studio: Interactive Learning Session
An alternative to NADA’s traditional workshop format, Studio sessions encourages collaborative hands-on learning between presenters and attendees. Attendees will benefit from the same great workshop content, but in a unique room set-up that will promote interaction between the presenter and attendees. The Studio will host a limited number of workshop sessions; check the full schedule for details. 

For our attendees that prefer to learn through networking with others, we have created The Exchange:

The Exchange: Peer-to-Peer Learning
An all-new space for you to connect with subject-matter-experts and your peers on pressing industry topics. NADA Instructors will lead short, educational presentations followed by open round-table discussions. Topics covered at The Exchange will be pre-determined and seating is on a first come basis. 

Workshop Tracks
Dealer/Executive: Education solutions exclusively for the executive suite. Topics range from managing multiple locations, tax and succession planning, fraud prevention, etc.
Employee Recruiting, Hiring and Retention:  Training on talent management strategies; employee recruitment, selection and strategies focused on retaining talent.
Digital & Traditional Marketing:  Training on digital and traditional marketing for both variable and fixed operations.  Digital marketing includes online actions, social media, video search marketing, computer policies, and selecting IT vendors.  Traditional marketing includes TV and radio ads, print advertising and direct mail.
Legal & Regulatory:  Training specific to legal and regulatory issues, such as cash reporting, OSHA compliance, Red Flags, UNICAP, HAPs, and FMLA.
Fixed Ops, which includes Parts: Training on topics such as inventory control, accessories sales, and service and parts communication; and Service; Body Shop:  training specifically for service managers, service advisors, technicians, and collision center/body shop staff on topics such as technician retention, RO analysis, performance analysis, and absorption.
Variable Ops; which includes Sales:  training on advertising and marketing, new and used sales—including trade appraisals, CPO programs, leasing, and auctions—as well as F&I, inventory management, automotive CRM, and issues for controllers.