The industry has known for years that with under trained personnel even the most basic maintenance service procedures often times can create the most exposure to liability risks and poor customer service
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 19, 2007
Adayana Automotive today released a series of new elearning courses on vehicle service maintenance. These courses address the huge demand in this traditionally high turnover service market for a cost effective way to train new employees, keep skill levels updated and easily accessible.
The series has seven courses that include Complete Oil Change; Battery Service; Belt and Hose Replacement; Transmission Service; Cooling System Service; and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). These courses are part of a comprehensive automotive curriculum that is made up of General Service courses, ASE Study Guides, Technical Assessments, Professional Development courses, and OSHA courses. Adayana Automotive's training solutions are designed to help companies in the automotive service business reduce warranty costs and mitigate liabilities through effective training of their workforce.
"The industry has known for years that with under trained personnel even the most basic maintenance service procedures often times can create the most exposure to liability risks and poor customer service," said El Huntington, General Manager, Adayana Automotive. "These new and accessible web- based training programs take a big stride forward in addressing this problem."
Adayana Inc. is a learning services company headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, US with a large and growing global presence. The company provides a range of technology-enabled learning services to global clients in a focused set of vertical markets that include automotive services; defense; food, agriculture and life sciences; and training outsourcing.
Its range of solutions and services includes expertise development; strategic business alignment consulting; custom e-learning content development; licensing of customizable content libraries, learning technology integration and maintenance; and managed learning BPO services. Adayana uses technology as an underlying enabler to support the training needs of its clients. The company featured among the Top 20 Companies in the Training Outsourcing Industry for 2006 and 2007 according to Trainingoutsourcing.com, a leading training industry research firm. It was also listed in 2007 by Inc500 as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US.