CARQUEST Technical Training Available At ASRW

CARQUEST Technical Training Available At ASRW

Two technical training sessions within the ASRW Conference Program will be powered by CARQUEST Technical Institute (CTI).

 

Organizers for Automotive Service & Repair Week (ASRW) have announced that two technical training sessions within the ASRW Conference Program will be powered by CARQUEST Technical Institute (CTI).

“CARQUEST Technical Institute is thrilled to again participate in the ASRW Conference Program. The high-quality education ASRW provides complements our philosophy and reputation of delivering first-rate instruction, and ASRW is the perfect place for us to reach our target audience,” said Chris Chesney, CARQUEST Technical Institute senior director of professional markets.

The conference sessions powered by CARQUEST Technical Institute that will be offered at ASRW 2013 are:

* Thursday, Oct. 17 | 3 – 4:30 pm | Service Readiness
* Friday, Oct. 18 | 8 – 9:30 am | Sales Improvement through Vehicle Inspections

“Providing CARQUEST Technical Institute sessions at ASRW is an excellent value for our mechanical service/repair attendees. CTI has an outstanding reputation for providing practical and useful information from some of the best instructors in the industry. We’re so pleased to include their sessions in the ASRW Conference Program again this year,” said Dan Risley, ASA executive director.

Conference sessions powered by CARQUEST Technical Institute are offered as part of the ASRW Conference Program beginning Wednesday, Oct. 16. An all-access Super Pass is $355; individual sessions are $80 (90-minute), and all exhibitors are offering a discount of $50 off any conference purchase. For detailed information on the CTI conference sessions, including length, time and instructor, as well as the entire conference program schedule, visitwww.ASRWevents.com.

 

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