Snap-on Diagnostics Offers Training Solutions

Snap-on Diagnostics Offers Training Solutions

Snap-on Diagnostics announces it has added Training Solutions to its website. This new program consists of product training videos for Snap-on diagnostic platforms, including MODIS, SOLUS PRO, Vantage PRO and ETHOS. The intent of Training Solutions is to provide quality product training that is available to professional technicians ....

Snap-on Diagnostics announces it has added Training Solutions to its website http://diagnostics.snapon.com. This new program consists of product training videos for Snap-on diagnostic platforms, including MODIS, SOLUS PRO, Vantage PRO and ETHOS. The intent of Training Solutions 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.

“We realize that in order for technicians to utilize the full value of our products, they may need the opportunity to learn over time as their experience grows with the use of the various tools that we offer,” said Al McCaskey, manager of customer care for Snap-on Diagnostics. “For this reason, we provide entry-level product training courses at no charge. Plus, we give technicians the ability to revisit these training sessions as often as necessary to learn at their own comfort level and to review at their convenience. There are no complicated registrations or passwords to remember.”

TechEd Advanced courses are also available to expose technicians to the more challenging uses of their diagnostic tool, including case studies and examples of difficult diagnosis and solutions. TechEd Advanced courses are offered for a reasonable cost.

Testing is available following each training module to allow technicians to 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.

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