Tenneco, a global supplier of Ride Performance and Clean Air products and systems has a launched a new eLearning Platform.
The new web-based platform, which is designed to offer automotive aftermarket professionals access to free, in-depth training opportunities and detailed technical information, is being highlighted this week at Automechanika Frankfurt.
Attendees visiting Tenneco’s booth – located in Hall 4, Stand C11 – can experience live demonstrations of the Tenneco eLearning Platform, which gives users access to more than 130 tutorials, fitting instructions and training modules available through any web browser. Topics covered include Monroe® shock absorbers, struts and steering components and Walker® diesel particulate filters for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Currently, the portal is available in English, but additional languages will be supported beginning in 2019. See website www.tenneco-elearning.com
Training is an ongoing focus for Tenneco, which has invested heavily in various initiatives to support automotive workshop professionals, as well as those who train them. Since 2006, the company’s successful “4T” Tenneco Train the Trainers program has brought in-depth technical instruction to more than 360,000 participants, offering valuable learning opportunities in areas such as ride performance, emissions control and soft skills. The new eLearning Platform expands on these efforts as a convenient and free additional resource for crucial technical information.
“Comprehensive, in-depth training has become vital to success in the automotive parts and service industry due to the increasingly complex technologies featured in modern passenger vehicles,” said Maurits Binnendijk, vice president and general manager, Tenneco EMEA Aftermarket. “At the same time, aftermarket professionals find it difficult to frequently travel to live training events while meeting their work demands. Our new eLearning offers the balance these professionals need – now they can enhance their knowledge and skills on an ongoing basis when it is most convenient for them.”
Beyond the new eLearning Platform, Tenneco supports automotive workshop professionals with comprehensive training and vehicle diagnostic information to help them quickly, efficiently and accurately diagnose and repair even the most complex ride control, suspension and emissions control problems. At the center of this effort is the “B-Connected” initiative, which includes free, 24/7 access to such world-class tools as the Technicians Advanced Digital Information System (TADIS), which includes thousands of technical resources such as videos, eLearning modules, specification sheets, diagnostic tips, fitting instructions and more. English techline available. Check www.monroe.com for more details.