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April 10, 2014

NTSB offering rail investigation seminar

"Rail Transit Party Process Training," which will be held on April 30, is to provide information to help participants in investigations better understand the procedures and the processes involved so they can work more effectively with the NTSB.


March 16, 2012

Prevost announces spring webinars

The 2012 line-up will include in-depth education on the Volvo 9700 and Prevost motorcoaches. Sessions will also include presentations on the Prevost Parts eCommerce site and Prevost Liaison telematics system.


February 24, 2011

Prevost announces webinar, training opportunities

Prevost Connection is a continuing series of online presentations and discussions for motorcoach operators, drivers and maintenance personnel. Meanwhile, courses on the Prevost H and X coach series will be presented throughout North America as part of the company's ongoing commitment to quality products and exceptional customer service.


October 20, 2010

Prevost announces Webinar series for customers

The program will educate customers about important topics regarding new and existing Prevost vehicles, vehicle maintenance and customer service programs and will allow for discussion between Prevost product and service experts and customers.


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