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The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation

DENSO extends its webinar programme

Date: Friday 28 August 2020

The continuing popularity of DENSO Aftermarket’s webinar programme has once again been proved, as the original equipment (OE) component and system supplier has added yet more modules and dates to its free technical training platform.

The air conditioning and thermal management modules that have featured from the start of the programme, which was launched to provide technical support and training during the initial coronavirus lockdown, continue with three more dates confirmed for September, but these are supplemented by two more modules, one concentrating on correctly identifying counterfeit spark plugs and another addressing glow plug fault finding. The diesel theme continues in October with two brand new modules, the first concerning fourth generation common rail systems and the second, the previous generation systems.

“The popularity of the free webinar training continues to grow steadily, which shows that despite the easing of restrictions, there is still a demand among professional technicians for relevant technical information delivered by knowledgeable experts,” said DENSO Europe, Pan European Strategic Marketing Manager, Fatiha Laauich.
“As an OE manufacturer with technical partnerships with vehicle manufacturers globally, the range and depth of expertise within the DENSO organisation means that we have the opportunity to provide technicians with great content that they clearly want and which will help them to improve their skills in the process.
“Alongside thermal management, many recognise DENSO for its pioneering spark and glow plug developments, as well as for diesel systems and solutions, so it is fitting that these subjects now also feature in the programme. To take part in the training is straightforward, technicians simply sign up to the webinar programme and book a slot through the training calendar via this link.”