TIA Announces New Advanced Instructor Training Tour Location

Aug. 14, 2017
The Certified Automotive Tire Service (ATS) is a 300- and 400-level certification program that provides in-depth and comprehensive instruction on the recommended procedures for servicing modern automobiles and light trucks.

Aug. 14, 2017—The Tire Industry Association (TIA) announced new certified Automotive Tire Service (ATS) instructor classes in Louisville, Kent., from Oct. 10-13.

The four-day program is open to all professional passenger and light truck tire technicians.

The Certified Automotive Tire Service (ATS) is a 300- and 400-level certification program that provides in-depth and comprehensive instruction on the recommended procedures for servicing modern automobiles and light trucks. Certified ATS is designed for the professional passenger and light truck tire technician so the subjects range from the relationship between torque and clamping force to the TPMS relearn procedures on domestic and import vehicles.

Certified ATS also includes an exclusive module on tire conditions analysis that use images from TIA's Passenger and Light Truck Tire Conditions Manual to educate technicians on the most likely reasons for common irregular tread wear patterns.

For more information on the classes and the schedule please email Chris Hoogenboom or call 1.800.876.8372 x 106.

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