Aug. 26, 2016—FutureTech Auto announced Wednesday that it will be conducting two eight-hour training events in Las Vegas, coinciding with the 2016 SEMA and AAPEX shows.
The training events are scheduled for Oct. 31 and Nov. 4 at Frank’s European Service. The sessions will focus on service advisors, electric drive systems, high-voltage battery installation and diagnostic processes.
The sessions serve as the official kick-off of FutureTech’s training and education brand, Access.
“Access powered by FutureTech has a unique approach," Dr. Mark Quarto, chief technical officer of FutureTech Auto, said. “We provide technical training solutions for management, support teams, and technicians. If your business has made an investment in technician-related training as well as tools and equipment, now it’s time for your service advisors and managers to receive training on how to interface and sell advanced technology vehicle services to customers that own these cars. NOW is the time to fill that void.”
“This is about accessibility and ease of application for all global businesses,” says founder Don Burton. “Access and all brands powered by FutureTech are focused on assisting automotive businesses in making their transition into servicing advanced technology vehicles that use electric drive systems.”
More information can be found on FutureTech’s website.