2019 Spring Training Conference Classes

Generation Z

In this class we will define the different generations in the workplace and their characteristics. The instructor will show you how to identify common drivers and value systems of each generation and how this affects motivation and behavior; how each generation defines success and how these differences affect communication and relationships in the workplace. Find out more!

Start/Stop Technology Overview

The challenge of achieving 54 MPG by 2025 requires creative solutions and Start/Stop systems provide a cost effective, simple, and energy saving solution. Passenger cars equipped with Start/Stop systems have substantially lower fuel consumption – approximately 8% less than vehicles without Start/Stop systems. Find out more!

The Importance of Being Involved

Keeping It Cool

In this class you will gain the knowledge on using your scan tool to diagnosis various vehicles that use variable displacement compressors. Find out more!

Management Training on Social Media

Understanding the importance of having a social media presence is a key aspect of running a profitable business these days. This class will consist of an introduction to several different social media platforms and how best to use each of them. Find out more!

Hybrid & Battery Technology Part 1

The number of electric and hybrid vehicles is growing every year. Mandates such as the federal Energy Policy Act and the California Federal Pilot Program require most large fleets to include alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) in ever-growing numbers. All of this means that the demand for AFV technicians is increasing dramatically. The AFV technician needs to know everything that is currently applicable to battery-electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, along with new technology to deal with the batteries, electric motors, controllers, and auxiliary equipment. Find out more!

Hybrid & Battery Technology Part 2

(Part 1 Continued) The number of electric and hybrid vehicles is growing every year. Mandates such as the federal Energy Policy Act and the California Federal Pilot Program require most large fleets to include alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) in ever-growing numbers. All of this means that the demand for AFV technicians is increasing dramatically. The AFV technician needs to know everything that is currently applicable to battery-electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, along with new technology to deal with the batteries, electric motors, controllers, and auxiliary equipment. Find out more!

Round Table Discussion