Snap-on Adds VERUS Level One Training Solutions Module to Website

Snap-on Adds VERUS Level One Training Solutions Module to Website

Snap-on Diagnostics announces it has added a VERUS Level One Training Solutions module to its website to help professional technicians learn to use the many features and capabilities associated with Snap-on's newest diagnostic platform ....

Snap-on Diagnostics announces it has added a VERUS Level One Training Solutions module to its website at http://diagnostics.snapon.com/trainingsolutions, to help professional technicians learn to use the many features and capabilities associated with Snap-on’s newest diagnostic platform.

The VERUS Level One module covers:
• Introduction to VERUS Productivity – "How does VERUS benefit the shop and the technician?"
• Overview of Diagnostic and Information Functions
• Navigating VERUS: Vehicle ID, Troubleshooter Tips, Diagnostic Reference Database, Component Testing and Lab Scope
• Integrated Resources – Diagnostics, Information and Vehicle History on a Single Platform

An optional test is available following the training module so technicians can measure their comprehension of the material. Once they pass the course, they can print out a certificate of completion for their records or to proudly display.

“The intent of our Training Solutions modules is to provide quality product training that is available to professional technicians 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, when it is most convenient for them,” said Al McCaskey, manager of customer care for Snap-on Diagnostics. “All of our level one modules are free-of-charge and techs can revisit the training sessions as often as necessary to learn at their own pace and comfort level. Watch for the VERUS Level Two and VERUS Level Three training modules to be added soon.”

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