Back to school for Andrew Page technicians

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Technicians are being given the chance to refresh their skills
Technicians are being given the chance to refresh their skills

Proprietors and customers of some of Andrew Page’s Midlands branches have been heading back into the classroom this week, as they took part in a unique workshop presentation highlighting the needs and processes of the modern automotive industry.

The four-stage seminar, lead by members of the Andrew Page senior staff, highlighted the need for top quality training among technicians.

The chain, which operates 55 branches throughout the UK, offers its own Auto Education scheme, which enables technicians to update old skills, and learn new ones along the way.

The 65 year old company has offered customers the opportunity to have their technicians trained as part of the programme, in particular focusing on the ATA accredited Diagnostic Technician certification.

Simon Mullin, Andrew Page’s marketing director said: “Funding customer training has been a fundamental part of the business philosophy and goes back over a number of years, and on that basis we have seen many businesses benefit from the Andrew Page Auto Education training programme. With the recent expansion of the business we are taking this opportunity to introduce new customers to what we have to offer.”

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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