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ABC announces training workshops

Posted on November 22, 2012

ABC Companies posted its schedule for the 2013 training workshops for Van Hool highway coaches. The four-day training workshops are offered at no charge and are available to seasoned technicians who know the general principles and operations of coach systems and components.

In addition to classes at ABC’s Winter Garden, Fla., facility scheduled in February, May and November, there are two separate training workshops offered in March and September at ABC’s California location in Costa Mesa, along with one workshop in July at ABC’s Camden, N.J., location; one in November at the Faribault, Minn.; location; and one in June at the Grand Prairie, Texas location.

ABC Companies offers a number of online training resources available 24/7/365 for maintenance personnel including on-demand Grab ‘n Go Webcasts and easy-to-print Technical Tips. These resources provide helpful technical information ranging from reading electrical diagrams to engine emissions overview.

Details and online registration are available on ABC’s website.

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