Iveco’s hi-tech training school opens in Winsford 12 July 2012

Iveco has invested £1 million in developing a high-tech training school for use by dealers and operators from across the UK and Ireland.

The school, based at Iveco's customer services facility in Winsford, is spread across an area of more than 18,000m², with its own reception, two workshops and eight lecture rooms – two more than at the previous site.

The workshop area includes multiple vehicle work bays, capable of accommodating all vehicle types from the smallest panel van to the largest articulated truck.

Kevan Woodier, Iveco's training manager, is responsible for a team of four full-time trainers on-site and expects his team to deliver training to more than 1,500 delegates.

"This new facility takes our training capabilities to a whole new level," he contends. "It reflects the importance Iveco places on delivering the highest standards of training to our own staff, dealers and customers."

Training ranges from foundation level electrical and diagnostics courses, to advanced classes, covering refrigerant handling and preventive maintenance, as well as specialist courses for technicians servicing alternative-fuel and hybrid vehicles.

John Challen

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