NGK launches training portal with Our Virtual Academy

The UK subsidiary of spark plug manufacturer NGK has launched an online training portal.

Primarily aimed at workshops, the resource includes around 270 technical training videos across a number of technical subjects. It is run by online training school Our Virtual Academy (OVA).

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Still from OVA training video

A handfull of films, including spark plug training videos, three of OVA’s core training videos and other existing NGK/NTK training content, will be free to access for all once they have enrolled on the portal, but the full suite will be chargeable to access.

However, to mark the launch NGK is funding a three-month full access trial for hundreds of members of its BoxClever independent garage loyalty scheme.

Mark Hallam, Marketing Manager, NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd, said: “NGK Academy is designed to provide valuable, meaningful training that users can take on-board to help them each day at work.

“We believe it is a market-leading initiative and one that will prove popular not only with workshops, but also distributors”.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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