ATA Free Training on Hybrids, CNG and Biodiesel Technology

ATA Offers Free Training on Hybrids, CNG and Biodiesel Technology

The Automotive Training Authority (ATA) is offering free "green" aftermarket training courses on hybrid, compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and biodiesel/clean diesel technology. The courses, geared toward automotive repair shop owners, technicians and fleet maintenance managers, are made possible through a federal alternative fuel training grant.

The Automotive Training Authority (ATA) is offering free “green” aftermarket training courses on hybrid, compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and biodiesel/clean diesel technology. The courses, geared toward automotive repair shop owners, technicians and fleet maintenance managers, are made possible through a federal alternative fuel training grant.

Course topics are: Understanding Hybrid Service and Technology, ATA’s Advanced Toyota Hybrid Diagnostics, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Biodiesel/Clean Diesel Technology.

For details on scheduling training in your community, call ATA at 1800-575-4ATA (4282) or e-mail Haru Lindsey at [email protected].

For more information, visit ataautomotivetraining.com.

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