Hunter Introduces Online Self-Study Program

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Hunter Engineering Co.’s new online self-study program is designed to enhance training in alignment fundamentals, performance tire service and road force balancing techniques.

Hunter University is available at no cost to technicians and industry professionals.

The company says the online courses allow students at all levels to learn at their own pace. Courses can also be used as an integral supplement to instructor-led training courses. In-depth information, detailed graphics, video and modular segments assist the participant in expanding their knowledge base at a self-determined level.

Three courses are available: Introduction to Vehicle Alignment, Rolling Smooth, and Heavy-Duty Truck and Trailer Alignment.

The company says Hunter University is a helpful educational tool for service advisors and apprentice technicians. Each course is divided into modules and students can exit and re-enter at the same point in the module if using the same computer.

Hunter does not monitor any aspect of these training programs and cannot check scores.

“This educational tool is an easy and effective method of helping technicians and service advisors understand the process of wheel alignment and the benefits associated with the process,” says Doug Felt, technical training manager at Hunter.

For more information, visit the Hunter University website.

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