Continental Offers Free TPMS Training

Continental Offers Free TPMS Training

Called TPMS – 2020 Vision, the training series will be conducted by Continental's TIA certified technical training specialists.

Continental, a leading manufacturer and supplier of OE and aftermarket tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) and the innovator of the VDO REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS Sensors, is offering a free webinar series dedicated to TPMS technical training for professional automotive technicians and parts professionals. Called TPMS – 2020 Vision, the training series will be conducted by Continental’s TIA certified (Tire Industry of America) technical training specialists.

Continental’s webinar series will focus on a variety of topics surrounding TPMS system maintenance, including vital TPMS service tools and functions, correct service techniques, the benefits of OE manufactured replacement sensors, relearn procedures, tire filling assistance and preventive maintenance. The instructors of TPMS – 2020 Vision include Continental Sales Technical Training Supervisor, Sean Lannoo, and Continental Sales Technical Training Specialists, Allen Selzler, and Denzel Lall.

The TPMS – 2020 Vision training series will be held on the following dates, and more dates will be added in the future:
• May 12 and May 13: 1-2 p.m. EST
• May 27 and May 28: 1-2 p.m. EST

Registration for TPMS – 2020 Vision can be easily completed by visiting There are a limited number of seats available for these sessions, and registration closes 48 hours before the first day of each session.

The Continental free TPMS Technical Training Webinar Series is being conducted by Continental’s TIA-Certified Instructors

Sean Lannoo spoke about the free technical training and noted, “Although we cannot conduct our TPMS training sessions in-person due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Continental is committed to educating aftermarket professionals on these essential safety systems. TPMS technology is constantly evolving and TPMS services have become much more complex than a simple dash warning. This webinar series will allow us to expand our reach to a wider range of shops and parts counters, so we keep our professional customers up to date and well informed about the latest changes and best practices regarding TPMS service.”

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