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News   August 16, 2016   by CARS Magazine

Service-EDU plans three training courses for technicians this fall

Service-EDU will hold two-day advanced automotive repair training courses for technicians during October and November 2016 in the metropolitan areas of Chicago, Charlotte, North Carolina and Los Angeles.

Donny Seyfer, co-owner of Seyfer Automotive Inc. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, will provide the keynote address, “Defining the Connected Car,” for events scheduled for Oct. 7-8 at the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) campus at 2611 Corporate W Lisle, Illinois and Oct. 21-22 at the UTI campus at 220 Byers Creek in Mooresville, North Carolina.

Sarah Burgess, driver and owner of BMI Racing who competes as the first female in the Pro Lite class of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, will provide the keynote address for the Service-EDU event, Nov. 18-19 at the UTI campus at 9494 Haven Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Burgess will address the topic “Women in the Driver’s Seat.” Burgess’s presentation will help automotive repair shop owners and technicians understand the critical importance of improving the way they communicate with women.

Each of the three events will begin with a Friday night keynote address, along with dinner, orientation and networking from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Training courses are scheduled Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and are taught by leading industry trainers from Gates, Mahle and NGK Spark Plugs.

Each manufacturer’s training course is focused on their area of expertise in the following product categories: accessory belt drive systems (ABDS), coolant systems, engine components, filtration, ignition system, thermal, timing belt systems and tools and equipment.

Registration is $49 per person and includes the training courses, along with Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast and lunch, and opportunities to win raffle prizes.

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