Screen shot 2012-05-22 at 12.13.11Delphi has updated its Warwickshire training centre to provide better learning opportunities for its staff and to showcase its range of Hartridge test equipment.

The centre’s new layout gives Delphi almost 20,000 square feet of space. The site features several fully equipped workshops as well as diagnostic training areas. A full range of Delphi workshop equipment is on hand to aid training.

The company says its training curriculum focuses on the service and repair of thermal, electronics, braking, diesel and steering and suspension systems. The courses also give technicians a dose of business management knowledge to aid business growth.

Delphi Product and Service Solutions Vice President Mike Rayne said: “Our goal when developing the new training centre was to provide a facility where technicians can not only learn about the latest vehicle technology advancements, but also experience the latest service and repair technologies.

“We believe our visitors and trainees will be impressed with the quality of the facilities and the work gone into ensuring this is one of the best technical training centres in the world.”

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