Chevron offers Spanish online lube training

April 25, 2007
Chevron's free online training resource now offers its “Fundamentals of Lubrication” training course in Spanish

Chevron's free online training resource now offers its “Fundamentals of Lubrication” training course in Spanish. The program is geared towards maintenance personnel seeking to understand how lubrication prevents wear and friction in mechanical equipment.

“We have seen the number of Spanish speaking maintenance professionals grow with the increasing Hispanic population in the United States,” said Virginia Moser, training coordinator, Chevron North America Lubricants. “To reach this developing market, it made sense to offer our most popular course in Spanish. By diversifying our course offerings, we have made Lubricants University a more valuable resource for our customers.”

For more information, contact Chevron at 866-758-2378 or email [email protected] or [email protected].

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