ZF Technical Training has announced the 2019 schedule for full day training classes, in which technicians across the country can take advantage of a hands-on learning experience with ZF Aftermarket’s technical trainers. Topics will include 6HP and 8HP transmission operations and diagnostics and modern chassis technologies.
Full day technical training classes from ZF Aftermarket are slated to kick off next week at ZF Aftermarket’s Vernon Hills, IL location. This year’s training courses will cover modern chassis technologies as well as diagnostics for 6HP and 8HP transmissions. ZF technical trainers have designed engaging, customized programs that bring ZF’s OE expertise into the hands of technicians in the automotive aftermarket.
“Transmissions and chassis technologies are essential topics for automotive technicians and being tuned into the latest changes is vital for success,” said Dirk Fuchs, ZF Aftermarket, Technical Training Manager.
“Our mission is to support independent aftermarket shops across the country; to that end, we take our training courses from coast to coast, creating opportunities for technicians to grow their knowledge and improve their skills in this industry.”
The current ZF Technical Training course schedule is as follows:
8HP Transmission Diagnostics & Overhaul
- March 30th, 2019 at the ZF location in Vernon Hills, IL
- June 22nd, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA
- Spanish class: June 22nd, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA
6HP Transmission Diagnostics & Overhaul
- September 14th, 2019 in Toronto, ON
Modern Chassis Technologies
- April 27th, 2019 in Dallas, TX
- August 10th, 2019 in NYC/Philadelphia area
- October 12th, 2019 in Detroit, MI
In each class, attendees receive an in-depth, full day training with an ASE-certified ZF technical trainer. Trainers will review essential information and address common concerns of each topic and give technicians the confidence and strategies needed to better meet the challenges of the constantly changing automotive industry.
ZF Aftermarket Technical Training equips technicians, industry students, and automotive professionals with in-depth knowledge and training on automotive technology. Our trainers aim to provide the expertise necessary to diagnose, repair, and service most automotive products. With several decades of experience in the field between them, ZF technical trainers provide job-applicable industry knowledge for the automotive aftermarket.
Registration for 2019 full-day hosted technical trainings is now open. Classes are limited to 25 people; if a class is full, registrants may request to be placed on a waiting list for a second class. To register, class information or for additional resources on ZF Aftermarket Technical Training, please visit www.aftermarket.zf.com/us/trainings.