COLMAR, Pa. — Dorman University has announced the winners of its November Service Technician and Counterperson of the Month contest. Both winners successfully completed Dorman’s new Transmission Electro-Hydraulic Control Module (TEHCM) training module — earning them each $250.
· Jenn Daum, Dorman’s November Counter Person of the Month. Daum holds an SAE certification, and has worked at KOI’s Fairfield, Ohio, location for more than four years. In total, Daum spent less than 15 minutes learning all about Dorman’s new offering of Transmission Electro-Hydraulic Control Modules, earning a perfect score and winning an easy $250.
· Brian Havener, Dorman’s November Service Tech of the Month. Havener has been servicing vehicles since he was a teenager. Fifteen years ago he opened his Performance & Repair shop in Utica, Ky. Congratulations to Brian on winning a quick $250.
Don’t miss your chance to win future contests. Signing up for Dorman University is easy and free, according to the company. After visiting www.DormanUniversity.com and enrolling in the program, students can begin selecting from a wide variety of available course content. Each Dorman University training module consists of: course materials that can be downloaded for easy reference, learning content such as videos or presentations, a brief quiz on the course materials, an opportunity to earn a certificate of completion, and a closing review summary.
For additional information on Dorman’s latest product introductions, visit www.DormanProducts.com or call 800-523-2492.