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Dorman University Introduces Free Door Lock Actuator Training Opportunity

Dorman’s newest training module offers students access to training on a variety of door lock actuator topics, including: an overview of Dorman’s door lock actuator and integrated door lock actuator program, the similarities and differences between DLAs and IDLAs, smart consolidations that provide the same coverage with fewer SKUs, and the rigorous quality and testing process used in Dorman’s product development program, the company says.

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COLMAR, Pa. — As a companion to its door lock actuators category, Dorman Products has announced new product training available from Dorman University (www.DormanUniversity.com). Dorman now offers comprehensive coverage for more than 250 million of today’s repair opportunities, including new applications for both door lock actuators and integrated door lock actuators, the company says.

Dorman’s newest training module offers students access to training on a variety of door lock actuator topics, including: an overview of Dorman’s door lock actuator and integrated door lock actuator program, the similarities and differences between DLAs and IDLAs, smart consolidations that provide the same coverage with fewer SKUs, and the rigorous quality and testing process used in Dorman’s product development program, the company says.

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Signing up for Dorman University is both easy and free. 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: easy reference course materials, 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.

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