The Parts Alliance encourages technicians to try the Yuasa Academy

With lockdown restrictions being eased it is anticipated that demand for batteries will increase over the coming months. According to The Parts Alliance, technicians keen to learn more about batteries should register on the Yuasa Academy, which is free to access and contains a comprehensive range of training courses, covering every step of a battery’s ‘journey’ – from leaving the shelf, to end of service life.

With lockdown restrictions being eased it is anticipated that demand for batteries will increase over the coming months. According to The Parts Alliance, technicians keen to learn more about batteries should register on the Yuasa Academy, which is free to access and contains a comprehensive range of training courses, covering every step of a battery’s ‘journey’ – from leaving the shelf, to end of service life.

The nationwide distributor believes that completing the online courses and improving battery knowledge could help garages maximise their battery business potential, provide greater customer service and reduce warranty claims.

The Academy delivers professional battery training through its blend of engaging video content and downloadable support material. Each module only takes a few minutes to complete, can be completed at your own pace and results in a downloadable certificate bearing the CPD logo upon successful completion.

Earlier this year the Yuasa Academy became the first battery training resource to receive CPD accreditation. This means that users can claim CPD points and prove to employers and professional bodies that they have kept their skills and knowledge up to date with industry standards. The Continuous Professional Development accreditation was awarded following a thorough assessment of the site to ensure it meets the institution’s standards and benchmarks.

For garage owners the Yuasa Academy provides a battery training solution for all technicians in their workshop, as the owner can invite their employees to join their account and review their progress through the various courses.

“The modules in the Yuasa Academy contain a wealth of information and advice which we’re sure will be very useful to technicians. It is a very extensive and professional training resource, which is completely free. Any customers that would like to register on this excellent training platform should contact their local Parts Alliance branch, who will be pleased to oversee the process on their behalf,” said Simon Moore, head of marketing. 

Any Parts Alliance customer wishing to register onto the Academy can do so here or contact their local branch, who will oversee the process on their behalf.

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