Enjoyable experience. Leah scheduled an interview for me at a local dealership. Once I arrived, Mike, the trainer, explained everything, and made it clear that I would be spending more than a few pennies to take a three-day training course in which I would be given the opportunity to decide whether or not the auto industry was for me. I found the classes interesting, so I paid the $700. I have been hired, but there is still more training I have to do, which is good; it means the company cares about its employees and its product line. The training is intense, but quite informative. Unless I get fired before the trial period, I will recoup the money I put down for the classes. It is important to note that the National Auto Academy does not train you for a job, but for a career. The $700 goes not only toward course materials, but toward sales certification and licensing--such as what you find when applying for a real estate or insurance salesperson position. If you are seeking a career, this opportunity is a winner.