Bidding is now open in a public virtual auction put on by the Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance to benefit the nonprofit TechForce Foundation.
At the 2019 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), the Mobility Garage: Products and Training for Tomorrow will feature hands-on training and demos to prepare technicians and shop owners for the next generation of electric cars and alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs), as well as the latest shop equipment and technology.
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) will conduct a conference in mid-September to determine how technicians can be accurately and fairly assessed for competency in diagnosing, repairing, replacing and calibrating Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) and components.
Raybestos has enhanced its website at www.raybestos.com with the addition of the Brake Solutions & Training Online Portal (STOP) for professional repair technicians, according to Kristin Grons, marketing manager for Brake Parts Inc LLC (BPI).
The Automotive Service Association is partnering with the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers to host the 5th annual Technology and Telematics Forum in Troy, Mich., on Sept.12, 2019.
Denso Corp. has invested $1.95 million to open the North Technical Training Center at its Battle Creek, Mich., facility.
The Group Training Academy is offering access to monthly high-definition (HD) broadcasts covering current and emerging topics and trends in the auto care industry.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation has named 10 automotive, diesel, motorcycle and collision repair technician students as winners of its 2019 FutureTechs Rock Awards, with the grand prize going to an Ohio student.
Meritor Inc. is hosting aftermarket product training events in Sacramento, Calif., for truck parts/sales and service personnel. Meritor’s training sessions are focused on improving customer satisfaction by providing attendees with proactive, solution-oriented skills and product information.
As part of a partnership with Universal Technical Institute (UTI), CRC Industries Inc. will supply all UTI locations with a variety of products from its chemical brands, including CRC, SmartWasher, Sta-Lube, K&W, and Weld-Aid. Additionally, CRC will provide product training materials and workshops to UTI students and instructors.
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