LISLE, Ill. – Navistar’s Dealer Education team got certification from the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence for its dealer training program, the company announced today.
“We are pleased to announce the re-accreditation of Navistar as a Continuing Automotive Service Education (CASE) training provider,” said Dave Milne, president, Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC). “The strength of the CASE program is built upon the dedicated training providers, like Navistar, who place quality first and deliver some of the best technical training available in the medium- and heavy-duty truck market.”
An on-site evaluation of the company’s curriculum and an in-depth review of instructor qualifications and training methods was part of ATMC’s process to granting accreditation to Navistar.
“Navistar takes pride in the quality of our service training programs” said John Koenig, manager, Navistar Service Education. “We believe our customers deserve the best service experience possible and highly-trained technicians help make that happen.”
Navistar is just one of two OEMs that provide ASE-certified CASE training for the medium- and heavy-duty trucking industry.
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