Next REPXPERT live ‘tea-break training’ event dates confirmed

LuK training to cover latest clutch technology later this month

Next REPXPERT live ‘tea-break training’ event dates confirmed
REPXPERT, Alistair Mason.

Schaeffler’s REPXPERT technical training team has confirmed its schedule for its programme of live ‘tea-break training’ sessions.

The next session, entitled ‘Movin’ with the times’, will cover new and upcoming clutch technology, including dual mass flywheels, and is to be held on 26 January and again on 27 January.

The events are proving extremely popular with workshop professionals and, with limited space, technicians are advised to register early.

Module two in the series of INA training sessions on cooling systems will follow a couple of weeks later, 9 and 10 February.

Senior REPXPERT and Schaeffler technical manager, Alistair Mason, said: “Each module should take around 20 minutes, including time for a quick Q&A.

“The idea is that technicians can learn something extremely useful during the time it normally takes to make a brew and take a quick break from the workshop.”

Registration links are available on the REPXPERT website, as well as via social media posts and newsletters sent to members plus anybody who has attended a Schaeffler REPXPERT Academy or any other Schaeffler training event.

For further information and to register your place, select ‘more details’ below.

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    Schaeffler’s REPXPERT technical training team has confirmed its schedule for its programme of live ‘tea-break training’ sessions. The next session, en
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    Tea break? Don’t get time to scratch our arses at mhm

    With this “lock down” and ”teir 56” really busy
    Even getting hearses to fix and other funeral cars.

    All well and good this new modern stuff. But it arrives in Corrugated cardboard boxes, designed and invented by the Victorian folk over 100 years ago

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