At Ford Motor Co., job training doesn’t just mean teaching a person how to perform tasks. It means teaching them how to serve customers.
Placing the right people in the right positions is one of the reasons Ford has spent more than a century near the top of the auto manufacturing world. Here are just a few examples of the emphasis that Ford places on job training:
- Ford invested $10 million to bring job training to southwest Detroit.
- Recognizing a need for more job training for the disabled, the company recently invested in a job training initiative for people with autism.
- Ford technician training programs have been established at a number of community colleges to prepare future technicians for a job with Ford.
- Ford recently announced the creation of a new job training and resource center in South Africa.
How Better Job Training Impacts You
Why is job training important, and how are Ford’s job training programs effective? The Ford Motor Company training programs used by the company’s headquarters means an improved customer experience at your local County Ford dealership.
Well-trained sales associates means helping each and every customer find the right Ford model to suit their individual needs and avoid buyer’s remorse. Our team of service experts have undergone the Ford technical training necessary to provide high-quality repair work for engines, brakes, transmissions, oil and tire changes, and more. And our finance department is trained to find a payment plan that is comfortable for each customer.
Better job training means better employees. And better employees means better products, better service, and happier customers. It’s all part of the Ford formula and you’ll find it at County Ford in Graham, North Carolina. Visit us today and have a car-shopping experience like no other.