Chevron intros new training course at Lubricants University site

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SAN RAMON, Calif. — Chevron Products Company, a provider of engine oils, lubricants, coolants and related services, has announced that its Lubricants University Web site has introduced a new training course entitled “Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Lubrication.” The course is designed to provide fleet and dealer mechanics, individuals involved in lubricant sales and others interested in diesel engines with an understanding of the vital role lubrication plays in diesel engine operation.

The module is a self-study Web-based program designed for individuals interested in expanding their general lubrication knowledge. The course explains the oil’s path through and its role in each area of the engine. “Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Lubrication” will help diesel mechanics and maintenance supervisors learn the fundamentals of parts and operation; lubricants and potential problems; and lubricants performance specifications

After successfully completing the course, the student will be able to print a certificate of completion.

“As engine technologies grow in complexity, continued education in regards to lubricants, coolants and new engine components is a necessity for even the best diesel mechanics,” said Nicole Fujishige, commercial automotive business unit manager, Chevron Products Company. “The new ‘Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Lubrication’ course on offers mechanics the opportunity to stay abreast of current technologies and issues, through the convenience of a web-based solution.”

Open to the general public, the cost per course is $59.95 and may be purchased by credit card by calling 1-866-7LUBESU.

In addition, a subscription program is available for companies interested in offering training to multiple employees. For more information on the subscription program contact or

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