Smith Tractor recognizes graduatesPublished 11:11am Saturday, February 16, 2013
Three Smith Tractor Company technicians, Brandon Amos, John Ashcraft and David Engles have earned master tech degrees from John Deere University.
With the development of new technology and high-performance system for John Deere equipment, Smith Tractor officials said it is critically important that customers receive exceptional service from highly -trained personnel.
Smith Tractor Co., Inc. participates in a comprehensive John Deere training program.
Smith Tractor and John Deere University provides employees the opportunity to reach a high level of expertise in every dealership department.
Smith Tractor officials said they would like to express their gratitude to John Ashcraft, Brandon Amos and David Engle for all the hard work and dedication it took to achieve the highest level of training John Deere University offers.
The three technicians now join Phillip Thomas as master technicians. This achievement was accomplished by completing extensive training in the John Deere University program. They will receive a special plaque and a leather jacket in recognition of their accomplishment.
Smith Tractor would also like to recognize technicians Art Patnuade, Tab Jernigan and Keith Stanfied for achieving advanced technician level. They have also worked hard to achieve the advance technician program and will continue training to achieve the master technician level.
John Deere University credits are earned in various categories to ensure expertise in sales, service, or parts departments of John Deere dealerships. The structure for this recognition is similar to achieving credit hours in a university. This ongoing training program is just one of the tools used by Smith Tractor Company to improve overall support and service to customers in there trade area.
For more information please contact Smith Tractor Company Inc, or visit their web site at www.smithtractorco.com .