Denso Adds 4 Specialized Courses to Aftermarket Training Program
Denso Products and Services Americas Inc. has added four training classes to its wide selection of instructor-led automotive repair courses.
The courses are:
- A/C Operation, Performance and Diagnostics;
- Direct Injection and Air Induction System Diagnostics;
- General Motors Drivability and Code Diagnostics; and
- Vehicle Network Diagnostic Strategies.
With these new seminars, Denso offers a total of 45 classes under its Technical Training Program through the Denso Automotive Technical Academy (DATA).
“Our new and ongoing courses allow mechanics to keep pace with technology,” says Yoshiki Yoshida, director of Denso’s service planning, warranty and quality groups.
“Advances are constant – in vehicles, as well as diagnostics – and customers get the best value when technicians are current in both.”
More than 23,500 technicians have completed one or more courses since Denso established its technical training program 13 years ago. The full- and half-day sessions use a “shop-up methodology” that emphasizes hands-on training led by instructors.
Denso says its programs teach technicians to rule out all operational and functional conditions first. This approach results in the least amount of invasive testing to save time and money and prevent the replacement of good parts.
“Taking the guesswork out of the repair process allows technicians to pinpoint the real problem faster, preserves working parts and gets the job done more efficiently for the customer and the shop,” Yoshida says.
For detailed information on Denso’s technical training program or a comprehensive program guide, contact Denso training at (310) 952-7424 or email email@example.com.
Visits can be arranged for companies interested in learning more about a specific class.
Denso Products and Services Americas Inc. is an affiliate of global automotive supplier Denso Corp. is a $48.1 billion global mobility supplier that develops technology and components for nearly every vehicle make and model on the road today. Denso has 170,000-plus employees and 220 facilities in 25 countries that produce thermal, powertrain, mobility, electrification and electronic systems.
In North America, Denso employs 24,000-plus engineers, researchers and skilled workers across 31 sites in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Denso’s North American headquarters are in Southfield, Mich.
Denso’s global headquarters are in Kariya, Japan.