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ADI Offers E-Learning Program

October 23, 2006

Scottsdale, Ariz.—The Automotive Dealership Institute announced the addition of an e-learning program to help busy professionals pursue their educational goals without having to travel or take time off work.

Students will be able to complete the entire program or specific portions of the program, based on their needs. Courses can be completed at an individual’s own pace and are accessible from any computer with Internet connection.

ADI’s courses include examples of real-life situations dealership mangers face daily. All chapter tests and the final examination are completed electronically with immediate results. Students will be able to print up-to-date transcripts and calculate credit units earned.

Every course ADI offers is a government-approved college course. Students can earn up to 32 credit units, transferable to Northwood University. ADI is licensed by the State of Arizona Board of Education for Private Postsecondary Education and approved by the Department of Education. This designation allows it to offer federal government-backed student loans.

ADI’s online university will be released during the F&I Conference & Expo in Las, Vegas Nov. 8-10.

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