Tenneco Hosts Training Programs at Technical Schools
May 27, 2014—Tenneco manufacturing company expanded its Monroe Ride & Drive seminar and Walker Emissions Control Diagnostics workshop trainings to technical schools this year.
Both Tenneco training programs aim to help drive improved shop efficiency and consumer experience. In some markets, the two classes will be combined to make the information more accessible. The 2014 schedule includes visits to technical schools like Universal Technical Institute, WyoTech and the Lincoln Technical Institute.
“The Monroe and Walker training programs provide a solid springboard for you to speed repair times, accurately diagnose worn components, connect with customers to explain complex repairs and more,” said Chuck Osgood, Tenneco’s manager of training and sales operations, North American aftermarket. “Shop owners and service and parts professionals also will have an opportunity to connect with the next generation of technicians this year.”
At $70 per person, the course is taught by ASE-certified Master Technicians with L1 certification and includes a 3.5-hour classroom session and possible interactive lab demonstration.