Pro-Align introduces advanced level wheel alignment training course

Pro-Align has launched a new advanced level wheel alignment training course

Wheel alignment specialist Pro-Align has introduced a new advanced level training course for technicians with a basic level of knowledge and understanding of wheel alignment theory and practice. Suitable for technicians who have already passed Pro-Align’s IMI quality assured wheel alignment fundamentals course, the new course is designed to extend technicians’ skills in both theory and practical sessions, enabling their business to grow their wheel alignment expertise and revenue further.

“Vehicle technology continues to develop at an incredible rate and it’s important that technicians fully understand how to service some of the latest driver assistance systems and recognise how these impact on correct wheel alignment,” comments Paul Beaurain, managing director of Pro-Align. “Having listened to feedback and demand from our existing users, the new advanced level course will provide delegates with this increasingly important knowledge and will also help them to explore some of the more advanced features of modern wheel alignment systems which will help them deliver an even more efficient, comprehensive and valuable service to their own customers.”

By completing the two day course, which is held at Pro-Align’s UK headquarters in Northamptonshire, technicians will have a thorough understanding of all primary and secondary wheel alignment angles, be able to diagnose a host of alignment problems, improve their communication to others about alignment issues, carry out a full, four wheel alignment as well as be able to fully explain the results obtained.

“With many workshops recognising the business potential of wheel alignment, our alignment fundamentals course has become increasingly popular. Many of our customers are now looking to take their alignment business to the next level and this new advanced level course has been designed to give them the skills to help facilitate this growth,” adds Beaurain.

Comments closed

We see you are visiting us from China.

If you would like the latest news from the Chinese tyre industry in Chinese, visit our partner site Or click below to continue on Tyrepress.