ASA and Bosch will collaborate on a new diagnostics training series in 2018, covering major repair topics facing collision and mechanical shops.
The series will cover diagnostic tool selection, pre- and post-scanning, module reprogramming, advanced driver-assist systems (ADAS) recalibration and more. Each webinar will take place at noon Central time with a 30-minute training session followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. Live webinars will be free to all ASA members, registered collision repair and mechanical service shops. Recorded sessions of the webinar, however, will only be available to ASA member-shops.
The first webinar kicks off Jan. 17. The topic is – Scanning the Future: Diagnostic scan trends every collision and mechanical professional should know. Participants can register at http://tinyurl.com/asawebinarjan17.
Other webinars in the series include:
Wednesday, Feb. 21 – In-House Money Makers: Diagnostic pre- and post-scanning in-house can make you money.
Wednesday, March 21 – The Right Scan, The Right Way: Key scan tool procedures for collision and mechanical repair.
Wednesday, April 18 – You’ve Got the Power: Diagnostic power in your hands.
Wednesday, May 16 – Recalibrating Safety: The road to repairing autonomous vehicles – collision avoidance system recalibration.
“We designed this Wednesday webinar series to be a convenient training tool for our members to get advanced training without leaving their shop. In addition, it offers prospective members a taste of the great training that is one of ASA’s strengths. We are excited to be partnering with Bosch, which is a respected leader in the automotive aftermarket,” said Tony Molla, ASA vice president.
Technicians and collision repair professionals will receive a certificate of completion from ASA and Bosch for attending each full class. Those attending all five classes will receive a certificate of acknowledgment for completing the ASA-Bosch advanced collision diagnostics webinar training series. For more information on ASA’s webinars, visit ASAshop.org/webinars.