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ProMECH Learning Systems launched TechSpedite an accelerated fourweek intensive training program designed to educate and place capable technicians
<p>Pro-MECH Learning Systems launched TechSpedite, an accelerated four-week intensive training program designed to educate and place capable technicians.</p>

TechSpedite takes on the truck technician shortage

With all the uneasiness surrounding the industry’s technician shortage, Pro-MECH Learning Systems announced it has developed a program aimed at tackling the issue head-on, with an expedited training program promising to create work-ready technicians. 

As the country searches for ways to improve college affordability and more accurately measure student learning, Pro-MECH Learning Systems, known for its commercial vehicle repair training both online and in the classroom, has just launched TechSpedite, an accelerated four-week intensive training program designed to educate and place capable technicians.

“We are finding a desire from students who want to minimize the cost and time commitment required with a traditional vocational college; and from employers eager to hire technicians with the basic skills to fill their demands.” said Chuck Barresi, CEO of Pro-Mech Learning Systems.  “This course is taught in a real working shop over the course of a full working day to mirror their future environment.  Hands-on training is conducted daily on live equipment; and success is measured in terms of learning rather than time. Students progress by demonstrating the competency, knowledge, and skills required to complete each task.”

TechSpedite’s objective is to produce entry-level technicians that can immediately contribute by performing preventive maintenance inspections, diagnose and repair the most common service issues, and possess the basic soft skills required to be a productive tech.  According to the company, each graduate is drug tested. The employer receives a detailed analysis of the tech’s performance in the class, with a report from Pro-MECH outlining the strengths and weaknesses of each graduate and suggestions for on-boarding the tech into their workforce. 

“We want to provide students the best opportunity for employment; and employers the best qualified entry-level technician,” said Barresi.

The TechSpedite four-week intensive training program teaches students with very limited skills or brand new entrants into the heavy-duty maintenance field the core skills they need to contribute to maintenance operations on the first day of their employment. Key areas of focus center around shop safety, power unit and trailer preventive maintenance inspections, foundation brake and wheel-end service, basic trailer repair and torching, suspension and alignment, fundamental electrical diagnostics, and follow-up service. The program allocates a significant amount of time to hands-on, shop based lab work to ensure the concepts students are being taught in the classroom can be executed on the shop floor.

For more information on TechSpedite and a complete course curriculum contact Pro-MECH Learning Systems at 800-735-2381 ext. 1, or email Pro-MECH at [email protected]

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