Robert Bosch LLC has announced the addition of Bosch 2D Virtual Garage, an interactive training and skills assessment resource, to its Bosch Online Learning Portal. Technicians and vocational students can access Virtual Garage now at AviOnDemand.com/Bosch-Virtual-Garage.
Hunter Engineering Co. has modified its alignment training classes to include test preparation material for National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exams.
SERVICE-EDU will hold two-day advanced automotive repair training courses for technicians during October and November 2016 in the metropolitan areas of Chicago; Charlotte, N.C.; and Los Angeles.
Registration is now open for 16 University of the Aftermarket online courses covering a variety of business and aftermarket topics.
Garage Gurus, Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ technical education platform for technicians and other front-line professionals in the North American auto care industry, has been reaccredited to Continuing Automotive Service Education (CASE) standards by the Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC) and National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
MotoSKILL Shop Tech Training, the online training and ASE test prep resource from MOTOSHOP Technology Tools – a product portfolio from Advance Auto Parts Inc. is rolling out significant platform updates that make accessing and completing online training easier, more flexible and customizable for automotive repair shops.
Hunter Engineering Co. reports three new regional Hunter training facilities will soon be open to students in Harlingen, Texas; Canastota, N.Y.; and Milford, Neb. Hunter now operates 43 training centers across the United States.
The next generation of motor vehicle aftermarket leaders will gather at Northwood University in Midland, Mich., in late August for the start of the University of the Aftermarket’s Leadership 2.0 class. Now in its 22nd year, Leadership 2.0 aims to develop future aftermarket industry leaders through a post-graduate style, collaborative education program.
Donny Seyfer, an industry expert on telematics and new car technology, will present “Defining the Connected Car” during his Service-EDU keynote presentation in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Dorman Products Inc. is offering a new training opportunity from Dorman University centered on its remanufactured transmission control modules (TEHCMs).
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