Dingbro is signing up professional mechanics to attend the Autoinform Scotland event as part of an ongoing commitment to provide access to high quality training for its independent workshop customers.
The automotive component distributor is always looking for new ways of delivering high quality product and installation guidance to enhance its service to customers, and as Autoinform takes place over a weekend, mechanics can get dedicated, hands-on training from the best technical coaches in the aftermarket without disrupting their work schedule.
OESAA, which promotes the fitment of genuine parts from OE suppliers, believes that independent mechanics need to be proactive to remain competitive. Keeping up to date with the latest technologies, tools and systems (and choosing to fit the right quality parts) can help, which is why OESAA and its training partners is bringing Autoinform to the GTG Training Centre in Edinburgh on March 18 and 19.
As Dingbro also understands the benefits of quality parts and training, it is offering an incentive to its workshop customers that attend Autoinform. In association with Schaeffler, delegates will be offered invaluable IMI approved LuK double clutch training, at a suitable date and venue to be arranged, plus a free IMI certificate that would normally cost £30.
As well as the Dingbro incentive, Scots Auto Scene, official media partner of Autoinform Scotland, is offering two pairs of business club tickets to any future home fixture to Edinburgh Rugby courtesy of SCRUM magazine (subject to availability & terms apply). Edinburgh Rugby plays in the Guinness Pro 12 series and also the European Challenge Cup. The winners of these two fantastic packages will be randomly drawn from all attendees to the event, and announced at the gala dinner on Saturday March 18.
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