Thatcham’s Escribe training set to hit the road

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Thatcham-EscribeThatcham is running a series of workshops on how to get the most out of Escribe crash repair resource.

Crash repair and insurance engineers who use the system will be invited to attend a three-hour session where an Escribe expert will talk them through the extensive features and how to use it most efficiently and effectively.

Clare Ballard, Academy Business Manager for Thatcham, said: “We are particularly excited at giving our Escribe customers the opportunity of gaining full insight into our Methods product so they can learn how to use Escribe for maximum effect within their business.

“We are also keen to expand our regional training initiative which illustrates our commitment to provide easy access training to our customers.”

The Escribe series of workshops comes after customer demand for more flexible training options across the UK, with dates now available in August at a range of venues including Manchester, Newport and Coventry.

The system launched last year, gives technicians access to a comprehensive, easy-to-use repair specification database to help ensure the safe, efficient and cost effective repairs of vehicles.

The courses are £20 to attend, with subscribers also getting an extra £50 off any further training they undertake with Thatcham. For more information on the workshops or booking a place contact Thatcham’s Customer Service Team on 01635 293174.

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