The Small Business Center at Western Piedmont Community College will offer an auto dealer initial training course in December to provide prospective commercial car sellers the 12 hours of training required to be licensed in North Carolina.
The course runs from 5-9 p.m. Dec. 7-9 with live online instruction. The course costs $175 and will cover topics such as powers of commissioner, dealer license plates, vehicle inspections, titling and registration, frequently used forms, and dealer disclosures. It also covers federal requirements, laws and regulations for auto dealers.
Dennis Mauk will teach the course. He has taught the course for 18 years in the community college system.
“Western Piedmont Community College is excited to offer the auto dealer initial training course,” said Suzanne Wallace, director of the Small Business Center. “Dennis’ experience in this industry offers the opportunity for our students to receive updated and relevant information as they are entering into the auto dealer industry.”