One of the world's leading automotive technology pioneers, DENSO, has launched an interactive e-learning platform to enable vehicle technicians to develop their technical knowledge of the brand's products. What's more, the platform gives its users an option to enter a competition - the League of True Mechanics - and the opportunity to be rewarded with valuable prizes.
Being a web-based programme, technicians are able to study whenever they have some free time, as the system usefully ‘remembers’ which page they are at and re-opens the course where they finished last time, meaning they are always up-to-date.
"Just as DENSO pushes the boundaries in the development of its products and systems, the DENSO Aftermarket team is always trying to bring something new, which is a goal that’s clear to see with our interactive technical training solution,” explains DENSO Europe, Pan European Strategic Marketing Manager, Fatiha Laauich.
“Designed to help mechanics to better understand and resolve problems, as well as improve their technical knowledge concerning DENSO products, the e-learning platform is accessible to anyone who has basic understanding of mechanical processes.
“Parts distributors, students, or even teachers at technical schools and colleges, as well as other replacement parts professionals who want to develop or deepen the personal technical knowledge can also have access to the on-line courses. All can register, complete the technical training, run tests, and obtain a personalised certificate upon their successful completion.
In addition, technicians can join the League of True Mechanics - a league in which, as part of the training, technicians from UK and Ireland can collect D-points, to have the opportunity to be among the top 10 technicians and be rewarded with valuable prizes such as SONOS speakers, Bose headphones, Toyota Gazoo Racing jacket and many more.
We are confident our contract vehicle technicians have got what it takes to enter the League of True Mechanics, that's why we would like to encourage you to register for access to the DENSO e-learning platform and start collecting D-points.