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NTEA Produces New Training Course

October 16, 2017

NTEA has produced Truck Equipment 101, a training program covering all aspects of work trucks and the industry — from chassis and powertrains to bodies and cab styles. This introductory course, made up of 15 video-based modules, provides an industry overview, insight into systems that make up a truck, and basic regulatory requirements applicable to U.S. and Canadian markets.

SIEVERT
SIEVERT

“As a professional in the industry, ongoing employee education is a priority to me,” said Jon Sievert, president of Henderson Products Inc. and chairman of NTEA’s Education Committee. “NTEA’s Board has been heavily invested in the development of Truck Equipment 101; I am eager to offer it as a resource for my team.” 

There are no prerequisites to take this online tutorial and no special technology skills required. Each module can be viewed at your own pace — individually or in succession. To receive a certificate of completion, the learner will be required to complete a knowledge check question after each module, in addition to a course evaluation at the end.

RAYBUCK
RAYBUCK

“Whether you’re just starting out or experienced but new to the work truck industry, I highly recommend Truck Equipment 101,” said Bob Raybuck, NTEA director of technical services. “This course presents commercial vehicle fundamentals in a concise, easy-to-digest format, making it an excellent training platform for onboarding new employees and giving more experienced team members a refresh.”

Topics include:

  • Truck basics
  • Truck powertrains, axles, and GAWR
  • Tires, wheels, and suspension
  • Truck bodies and electrical
  • Truck technologies
  • Truck certification

NTEA’s Truck Equipment 101 is provided by the Association on a new platform, NTEA Learning Center, with an improved learning experience, bringing together formal and informal knowledge, social learning, live on-site education, and online events. After ordering the course through Shop NTEA, the user can gain access through ntea.com (members can use current login credentials). NTEA’s team is ready to field any technical questions that arise.

Learn more and get access to Truck Equipment 101 at ntea.com/te101. The course is a free benefit to NTEA members and eligible for MVP credit. A $99 promotional price is available for nonmembers until Dec. 1, 2017; then the non-member price will be $199.

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