CCPN Launches New Online Learning Center

CCPN Launches New Online Learning Center

The Car Care Professionals Network (CCPN), a segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), has launched the new CCPN Learning Center, its online portal to education and training for the repair and maintenance professional.

The Car Care Professionals Network (CCPN), a segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), has launched the new CCPN Learning Center, its online portal to education and training for the repair and maintenance professional. The Learning Center offers online courses in the following categories:

• Technical assessment;
• ASE prep;
• General service;
• Vehicle maintenance; and
• Professional development.

"Courses provided through the CCPN Learning Center are among the best online training available and will be accessible to all CCPN shop members at an incredible cost savings," said CCPN chairman Tony Zanders, Heritage Automotive. "The overall mission of CCPN is to make good shops better and we believe very strongly that training and education is key to reaching that goal. As a shop owner, you can’t afford to not take advantage of this outstanding offering."

In addition to the online courses, the Learning Center will provide links to other training approved by CCPN. For more information or to subscribe, visit the CCPN Learning Center at www.aftermarket.org/learningcenter or call (301) 654-6664.

CCPN will also provide training Webinars for those interested in maximizing their learning center experience. The first Webinar will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. For more information or to register, visit www.aftermarket.org/member_community/CCPN/training.asp.

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