OESAA announces free training days

Original equipment supplier association OESAA has announced a number of free-to-attend training dates around the nation.

OESAA stand at a trade show

Held at IMI-approved colleges, in collaboration with OESAA members, the first event will take place at Lincoln College on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th January, with the next at Castleford College on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th February. Doors on Saturday will open from 9am for breakfast and registration, with training getting underway at 10am. The final session will conclude at 4pm.

Additional dates and venues will be confirmed in due course.

READ: NEW ‘HOLISTIC FOCUS’ OESAA STRATEGY

Association members Brembo, Denso, Hella, Laser Tools, Schaeffler and Clarios (Varta) have confirmed their attendance at both opening events. OESAA Chairman, Nigel Morgan, said: “I urge technicians of all ages and experience levels to seize the moment, take the opportunity that’s in front of them and sign-up to our roadshow.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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