Limited spaces still available for first REPXPERT Academy LIVE event

Published:  08 November, 2019

The first REPEXPERT Academy LIVE training day is set to take place on Saturday 16 November at Lincoln College. Spaces are still available, but techs are urged to book now to avoid disappointment. Doors open at 9.30am, and the day runs until 4pm.

The new ‘roadshow’ training concept is a joint venture with the IMI and has been created to help technicians and workshop owners improve and futureproof technical and business skills. More events will follow in 2020.

Throughout the day, Schaeffler’s REPXPERT team will share its knowledge of the latest products, tools, hints and tips, including LuK for transmission systems, INA for engine and FAG for chassis. There will also be a focus on new technologies, such as Schaeffler hybridisation, electrification and thermal management systems.   Guest speakers, including REPXPERT Brand Ambassador, Andy Savva, will also be part of the mix. Andy, A.K.A The Garage Inspector, will be offering business advice in one of four different classroom sessions. Other special guests of interest to workshops will also attend at future venues, including Laser Tools and garage management system specialist TechMan.

Schaeffler Managing Director Nigel Morgan said: “We have been delighted with the initial feedback from workshops in the East Midlands and beyond. We thought this event would be a ‘hit’ with technicians, many of whom not only fit our products but also register their points on our REPXPERT website, which contains an abundance of installation guides, diagnosis tools and product information.
 
“To bring REPXPERT and all of its technical information to life is a fantastic moment for Schaeffler, and we know visitors will not be disappointed – we urge technicians to sign-up now to avoid missing out.”
 
To book or find out more about Schaeffler REPXPERT Academy LIVE, visit www.repxpert.co.uk/en/news/cmsitem-00089433

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