Bendix announces 2004 air brake school schedule

ELYRIA, Ohio — In addition to classroom training, Bendix will launch the first in a series of interactive training tools in 2004 to allow for individual-based instruction as part of its air brake school.

Bendix Air Brake Training School offers a curriculum that covers fundamentals of compressed air, air system failure mode diagnosis tactics and troubleshooting, and is tailored to both new and experienced technicians.

"Bendix training schools are an excellent way of staying current with technical training as it relates to the air brake system, and the positive feedback we receive from attendees confirms their value," said John Reid, Service, Warranty and Training (SWAT) team manager. "Our tech team has long been recognized for providing the highest standards of technical training."

The course incorporates description, operation and service elements for the total range of components found within dual air brake systems. Additional topics covered include anti-lock braking systems and new technologies.

The Bendix Air Brake Training School costs CDN$300, all course materials and lunch are provided and classes run from 8a.m. to 5p.m.

Training locations and times as well as registration information can be obtained by visiting www.bendix.com or by calling 800-AIR-BRAKE.

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