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InterMotive launches Web training

Posted on September 6, 2007

Colfax, Calif.-based vehicle control system manufacturer InterMotive has launched free, Web-based interactive training on its products and services for bus manufacturers, dealers, fleets, mobility dealers and transit agencies. For customers who cannot attend the live training, classes will be recorded and posted on the company’s Website.  


The classes focus on product installation, operation and diagnostics. Future classes will include more products, selling tips and new product launch information. InterMotive also plans to migrate part of their Basic Small Bus Electrical and Small Bus Electronics classes to this live, Web-based format. The revision to the curriculum will allow the lecture portion of the class to be done online and provide more time for hands-on labs during the on-site portion of the training.  


To learn more about InterMotive’s training program or products contact Dick Collier or Marc Ellison at 800-969-6080 or visit their Website at www.intermotive.net.

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