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BPW Training

BPW is world-renowned for quality axle and suspension systems.

The same dedication to quality extends to a highly rated product training course, providing instruction in the maintenance and repair procedures for BPW running gear.

To support the market, we strive to ensure that all skilled workshop technicians and BPW customers can access this invaluable service. Experienced technical engineers frequently run the axle and maintenance course from a fully equipped in-house training facility in Leicester. At the same time, the BPW Infomobil tours England, Ireland and Scotland hosting a series of one-day courses.
 

Our 2023 training programme is fully booked. To check availability for 2024, please complete and return a booking form. 

Axle and Suspension training course for workshop technicians.

 

This course covers axle and suspension systems development and deals with maintenance and servicing issues.

The one-day course includes 5 modules:
•          ECO hub systems 
•          ECO drum brake 
•          ECO disc brake 
•          Self-steer
•          Suspension systems: ECO Air, Airlight II, Airlight II-R, Airlight Heavy Duty and SL. 

In our fully equipped workshop, there are opportunities to gain valuable practical experience under supervision from highly trained BPW personnel. To ensure the necessary standards and knowledge have been achieved throughout the course, there will be a 40-question multiple-choice test. Delegates who successfully complete this course and pass the test will receive an accredited certificate with their test results printed on the reverse.

The course fee includes documentation, refreshments and a light lunch.

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