Hunter Engineering Company annually trains thousands of students and experienced service technicians at the Research and Training Center in St. Louis, MO, at other regional training centers located throughout the country and through local Hunter representatives.
LOW STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO
Fewer than 10 students per class is the norm. This allows for interactive discussions and more time for students to work one-on-one with the instructor.
Small classes provide everyone an opportunity for “hands-on” experience. Actual street-driven automobiles and heavy-duty vehicles are used for instruction. Classroom time is minimized so each student can focus on skill application.
VARIETY OF COURSES
Hunter Engineering offers various alignment courses covering passenger car, light-truck, SUV and heavy-duty truck and trailer alignment service. Other undercar service seminars train students in advanced wheel balancing, tire changing and brake service procedures. Special courses may be created upon request and field seminars are common. Hunter alignment video courses are available.
Hunter has regional training facilities across the nation in addition to the training headquarters in St. Louis. Each regional facility has a full-time ASE-certified instructor and fully equipped training service bays. All regional facilities offer the same passenger car, light truck and SUV classes as the St. Louis Research and Training Center.
The St. Louis Research and Training Center encompasses 42,200 square feet, including 13 automobile training bays fully equipped with the most advanced alignment, wheel and brake service equipment in the industry.
The St. Louis Truck and Bus Safety Center has two heavy-duty vehicle service bays, each measuring 50 feet in length (both with a pit rack) and a 100-foot, full-length tractor/trailer lane with dynamic brake and sideslip testers.
For additional information on training opportunities offered by Hunter Engineering Company, visit www.hunter.com/pub/product/training/index.htm.