Technicians now able to sign-up for training courses on REPXPERT
1/9/18 / Training
REPXPERT members now able to sign-up online to attend live hands-on training events
More than 10,500 active REPXPERT users in the UK can now register training events at the REPXPERT Academy in Hereford on the free garage portal, which also features comprehensive technical information and training videos on its LuK, FAG, INA and Ruville brands.
The first session takes place on January 30th, when the well-known REPXPERT, Alistair Mason, will be delivering a course entitled ‘LuK Clutch Basics’.
This anything but basic course, though, will contain an introduction to Schaeffler before delving deeper into the world of clutch systems, including the various types, materials and accurate fault diagnosis.
Then, after illustrating the importance of the Dual Mass Flywheel (DMF), its design and how to check wear status and diagnose faults, the session will be handed over to the attendees, who will be tasked with installing a self-adjusting clutch and testing a DMF.
For those unable to attend that session, or who wish to try an alternative, the first combined INA and FAG training course will take place on the 21st February – again at the REPXPERT Academy in Hereford. INA and FAG product specialist and familiar REPXPERT face, Tim Adams, will focus on timing systems, front end auxiliary drive systems (FEAD) and wheel bearings.
Within that course, there will be interactive theory and discussions about how the various systems work, how they’ve evolved over the years and how technicians can adapt their skills accordingly.
These will culminate in several practical sessions where the REPXPERT members can show what they’ve learned and pick on Tim’s advanced knowledge.
For those that can’t enrol onto one of the first courses, don’t worry as more dates will be added to the calendar throughout the year, including some for the extremely popular – and very limited access – IMI-approved 2CT Double Clutch.
Interest is already growing in the events, especially since they were added to the REPXPERT Training calendar, which is something Tim is particularly pleased with:
“It’s great to see that mechanics still want to learn new things to stay ahead of the game, and as a leading OE supplier, Schaeffler is well-placed to offer training on the latest components and systems.
“We believe that offering members live training is a great addition to the REPXPERT portfolio, with the aim of encouraging more forward-thinking technicians to sign-up for free to take full advantage of everything that the portal can offer.”