LKQ REBRANDS AUTOEDUCATION

The AutoEducation Academy is to be relaunched and rebranded by LKQ Euro Car Parts as LKQ Academy.

Screen grab of LKQ Academy website

Originally the training and education brand of Andrew Page, AutoEducation was merged with ECP’s EuroAcademy after the takeover of Andrew Page.

READ: ANDREW PAGE AND ECP TRAINING PROGRAMMES MERGE (2018)

The launch of the rebranded programme is part of a programme of business integration across LKQ Europe, which has seen the retirement of many acquired brands.

READ: COST CUTTING ATTRIBUTED FOR RISE IN REVENUE AT LKQ EUROPE

Existing customers can log into the new website with their current account details, and memberships and prices are unchanged.

Adam White, Workshop Solutions Director at LKQ Euro Car Parts, said: “Learning and development is vital to ensuring garages can keep up – and those that make the move first have an exciting opportunity to get ahead and enjoy a competitive advantage locally.”

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Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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