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The Group Adds Classes and On-Site Training Seminars for Techs

Posted on May 21, 2019

The Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group) has expanded its training academy classes and will present training seminars to technicians in their own shops.

The new courses cover hybrids, anti-theft systems and European schematics. New classes have been added for shop owners and managers. In addition, members of The Group Training Academy can upgrade their memberships and receive an all-access pass that includes additional courses, such as technical training offerings from Bosch and Standard Pro Training on-demand.

The organization says the new on-site training seminars feature instructors presenting cutting-edge information on topics such as engine management, diesel engine diagnostics and business management. Members can choose from an extensive library of class topics or receive custom-tailored training based on the needs of their employees.

“As the premier training resource in the auto care industry, The Group Training Academy continues to add valuable content so that automotive service providers can stay well informed,” says Larry Pavey, CEO.

“Collaborating with an extensive list of knowledgeable partners, The Group Training Academy offers the finest online training options in the industry, and with our new on-site training seminars, we can bring the expertise of The Group Training Academy right to your shop.”

Available 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week, The Group Training Academy includes a broad range of training options, from ASE test preparation to automotive, diagnostic, diesel, transmission, shop management and scan tool training videos, plus training resources, diagrams, reading materials, quizzes and interactive resources. The training is presented in a video format designed especially for automotive professionals.

To learn more, visit www.thegrouptrainingacademy.com.

About Automotive Parts Services Group

The Automotive Parts Services Group, also known as The Group, was created by the merger of efforts and resources of the Federated Auto Parts and National Pronto Association program groups on behalf of their respective members, creating one of the largest automotive parts supply networks in North America. For more information, visit www.thegroupapsg.com.

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