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MotoSKILL Shop Tech Training Introduces New Tools And Personalization

MotoSKILL Shop Tech Training, the online training and ASE test prep resource from MOTOSHOP Technology Tools, ­a product portfolio from Advance Auto Parts, is rolling out significant platform updates designed to make accessing and completing online training easier, more flexible and customizable for automotive repair shops.

MotoSKILL - LogoAll MotoSKILL customers have access to web-based, on-demand training content covering basic automotive systems for service technicians, advanced diagnostics, ASE test preparation, management courses for shop owners and specialty courses covering hot topics such as working with hybrid or diesel vehicles. New streamlined navigation allows users to search MotoSKILL’s 145 training courses with greater efficiency, and an improved learning management system allows participants and shop managers to efficiently view and track progress through courses.

MotoSKILL also now provides knowledge assessments to recommend future learning tracks or additional courses based on a participant’s training assessment scores. Users can print personalized certificates of course completion and review results directly by accessing MotoSKILL from any device, at any time, in any location.

“We are committed to delivering flexible online training solutions that help keep automotive shops ahead of the industry’s needs on a schedule that makes sense for the shop,” said Jad Dunning, Advance vice president and general manager of MOTOSHOP Technology Tools. “The enhancements rolled out and the MotoSKILL support team will ensure more quality training reaches more shops and technicians, when and where they need it.”

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