By combining e-learning and instructor lead training, technicians receive the best of both training mediums to maximize the knowledge transfer results.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
Pro-MECH announces two new service alliances with EMI-Global** and MOTOR’s FleetCross**. Pro-MECH is a leading innovator in developing and delivering sophisticated eLearning and instructor lead training solutions for diesel technicians and fleet managers.
Pro-MECH has now teamed with both companies to tie eLearning solutions to the groups of services offered by the two allies. EMI-Global and Pro-MECH will advise companies in the mining, construction and oil & gas industries on Tier 4 training requirements and solutions for their technicians. FleetCross provides the missing link of providing a parts solution as part of Pro-MECH’s training programs across all trucks and heavy equipment. Both companies are experts in their field and have long histories of service to their customers.
Pro-MECH is a learning company dedicated to providing the latest innovative tools to today’s technician workforce. The unique approach offered by Pro-MECH brings together experienced engineers and master technicians with learning specialists that provide solutions used internationally by fortune 500 companies. The focus of such solutions is on user engagement through personal interaction via instructor led training as well as interactive eLearning tools utilizing 3D graphics and interactivity. By combining e-learning and instructor lead training, technicians receive the best of both training mediums to maximize the knowledge transfer results.
Two current courses that show Pro-MECHs capabilities are the courses on “Exhaust After Treatment Systems” and “Basic Electrical Theory and Diagnosis”, these two courses contain the basic knowledge every technician needs to diagnose and service today’s diesel engines. Tier 4 emissions equipment and integrated electrical/electronics systems have added tremendous complexity to diesel engines which cannot be maintained with “yesterday’s knowledge”.
To find out more about the future of diesel tech training visit http://www.pro-mech.us or call 800.716.5668. For access to a demo course on "Exhaust After Treatment Systems” or “Basic Electrical Theory and Diagnosis” submit the request online or the by calling the phone number above. Questions are encourage and more information can be obtained about how the courses are designed and built.
** EMI-Global specializes in bringing industry-wide service solutions and new technologies to the heavy equipment industry. http://www.emi-global.com
** MOTOR’s Truck Group’s “FleetCross” allows parts look-up and cross referencing in the world’s largest database for trucks and heavy equipment, 25 million cross references strong. http://www.motor.com