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CCW partners with Halsey King & Assoc. for training initiative

Posted on July 26, 2019

Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced a new training initiative as part of its ongoing program to further educate its employees on state-of-the-art electric transit vehicles and charging infrastructure. The partnership allows CCW to continue its commitment to providing advanced technologies and quality transit repair solutions to its clients.

CCW develops go-to-market strategies for the electrification of buses to meet emerging trends within the transportation industry. Through a new collaboration with Halsey King & Associates Inc., CCW will enhance the skills of its workforce by expanding its knowledge of complex electrical systems.

Halsey King & Associates Inc. will provide electric maintenance and technical training to the CCW staff. Halsey King is a fleet maintenance consultant with over 30 years of international consulting experience. He is well-known in court jurisdictions across the U.S. due to his investigations regarding the correlation between fatalities to system and component failures. King teaches maintenance technicians, fleet managers, and other industry professionals about modern fleet maintenance philosophies, regulations, engineering, standards, and management.

Training will consist of intensive courses including videos, lectures, presentations, and hands-on exercises. Subsequently, employees will grasp the basics of electrical components and gain in- depth insight into operational and safety components.

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