What to Expect: Training For a New Tint World Store
In the past, we’ve offered a number of helpful tips for franchise owners – both current and prospective – but it’s rare that we open a door inside our own system. Since 2007, Tint World has been franchising and today, our brand has expanded to nearly 70 stores with locations throughout the nation, in Canada and even Saudi Arabia. We accomplished this through our continual willingness to learn and adapt to market trends, as well as our open-door relationship with our franchise owners.
Because we value transparency, we’re offering an exclusive glimpse into the training involved with a Tint World franchise. Here’s what to expect before you open the doors to your very own Tint World Automotive Styling Center:
- Initial training: Included in your franchise fee is the initial training program that orientates you to our business. We do this off-site from your location and encourage you and your operational partners to participate. Broken down into three phases, we’ll orientate you on Tint World’s business system, shop safety, store image, POS computer systems, telephone procedures, customer satisfaction, and our wide array of products and services. No automotive experience is needed as we’re fully capable of getting you ready to tackle detailing, tint installations, audio repairs, and everything in between.
- Continual training: We understand that you may need a refresher, new knowledge, or even complete training for a new operations manager, which is why we provide continuing education. Our owners are also encouraged to reach out for any technical matters related to our products and services and we will provide on-site training at a store if deemed necessary.
- Vendor training: As we expand and earn new vendors, our service line changes. This often requires new orientations, which we frequently cover annually in Las Vegas. This provides the opportunity for each of our owners to mingle, share tips and tricks, and hear from our vendors their best practices for using, selling and installing products.
These stores are not easy to establish, but the added value they bring to a community makes the investment worthwhile. Through constant training and support, our business model has adapted so that our corporate efforts help your local business. If you’re interested in our national franchise opportunities, contact our franchise development team today for your franchise starter kit.