Dorman University Introduces Drive Shaft Assemblies Installation Training Opportunity
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Dorman University Introduces Drive Shaft Assemblies Installation Training Opportunity

Dorman’s newest training opportunity centers on the proper diagnosis of failed original drive shafts, understanding the advantages of serviceable drive shafts versus staked (non-serviceable) alternatives, and discusses the various repair options available through Dorman’s growing offering.

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Dorman has announced a new training opportunity from Dorman University focusing on its expanded offering of 100-percent new drive shaft assemblies.

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Dorman-University-LogoDorman’s newest training opportunity centers on the proper diagnosis of failed original drive shafts, understanding the advantages of serviceable drive shafts versus staked (non-serviceable) alternatives, and discusses the various repair options available through Dorman’s growing offering.

Dorman’s drive shaft assemblies offer more than 240 SKUs, and provide application coverage for more than 35 million vehicles on the road today. All of Dorman’s drive shaft assemblies are 100 percent new, not remanufactured. To eliminate the need for sending worn original assemblies out of the shop for rebuilding, Dorman now offers customers flexible stocking and next-day drop ship options for new drive shaft assemblies.

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Signing up for Dorman University is both easy and free, according to Dorman. After visiting DormanUniversity.com and enrolling in the program, students can begin selecting from a wide variety of available course content. Each Dorman University training module consists of easy reference course materials, learning content such as videos or presentations, a brief quiz on the course materials, an opportunity to earn a certificate of completion and a closing review summary.

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