Connected vehicles are becoming more commonplace, as current model year vehicles roll off the line with smart braking and lane departure technology already in place. Technicians around Ann Arbor, Mich., are getting a first-hand education on how the new technology works, how it should be maintained and problem solving the issues on these vehicles and beyond.
Aftermarket professionals working toward additional certifications through professional organizations can get one step closer to their goals by attending the free one-day Commitment to Training event at Washtenaw Community College in May.
The 13th annual TST Big Event was bursting at the seams in March as more than 360 shop owners and technicians were on hand for a single-day training event featuring some of the nation’s best instructors.
Subaru of America has partnered with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) to deliver specially developed tests that, if passed, will allow Subaru retailer technicians to opt-out of specific Subaru training courses.
Automechanika Chicago and its organizers Messe Frankfurt and UBM Americas | Automotive Group (formerly Advanstar Communications, Inc.), have launched a series of single-day training programs in cooperation with leading technical colleges in select markets to help support automotive repair professionals in the service repair and collision repair markets.
Robinair is partnering with the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide to provide a free Section 609 test prep webinar for training and certification for up to 175 technicians on Wednesday, May 4 at 4 p.m. EST.
If you commit to implementing these three steps to find the right employees, you will position yourself to stop working in the business and to start working on your dream. Are you doing everything you can to find the right people?
While principles of electricity work well in the classroom, the application to reality can sometimes be hard to see. Basic principles of electricity are used in a multitude of diagnostic applications whether you realize it or not.
Scheduled for Jan. 8-10 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, the Cavalcade is not only one of the nation’s top custom car shows, but is also one of the foremost training expos in the country for shop owners and service technicians.
Richard McCuistian, a longtime Motor Age contributor with eleven ASE certifications (A1-A8, Light Vehicle Diesel, L1 Advanced Level Engine Performance, and G1), recently received recognition for his 25th anniversary of being ASE certified.
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