ELYRIA, Ohio — Bendix has announced its 2010 brake training school schedule, with two courses scheduled for Canada.
The Canadian dates are May 11-13 (French) and Oct. 19-21 (English) in Anjou, Quebec. The courses are designed for new and experienced technicians and encompass the comprehensive Bendix Brake Training School curriculum.
Bendix has been running its brake school for more than 50 years and more than 250,000 people have completed the training, the company claims.
“Bendix Brake Training School enables technicians to maintain and improve their knowledge about braking systems, allowing fleets and owner-operators to reduce downtime and service costs,” said John Reid, Bendix SWAT team manager. “Bendix offers the course to keep attendees apprised of the latest technical information regarding the operation and service of air brake and foundation brake systems. Bendix Brake Training School provides the foundation of knowledge to help keep commercial vehicles on the road in good working condition, while ensuring highway safety for drivers and others on the roadway.”
To register for an event, visit www.bendix.com or call 800-AIR-BRAKE, option 3.
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