In its Spring/Summer 2001 NTEA Truck Equipment College Catalog, the National Truck Equipment Association offers three new courses and nine established training sessions.
The new two-day Snow and Ice Equipment Controls Course covers basic hydraulic and electronic components, troubleshooting techniques, electronic proportional controls and theory, and solid and liquid snow removal systems terminology. It is offered June 19 — 20 in Elk Grove IL (Chicago area) and Aug 14 — 15 in King of Prussia PA (Philadelphia area). This course is conducted in cooperation with FORCE America Inc.
For those responsible for market research, planning and sales forecasting, the new Market Data Fundamentals Workshop provides tools, sources, and instruction. Participants will learn how to locate domestic and international sources of data, analyze and present data, and estimate market size and share.
The Truck Equipment Introduction Course (TE101) provides TEC's first Web-based training covering an overview of truck equipment, including frames, bodies, axles, brakes, tires and power take-offs.
TEC also invites one or more companies to schedule in-company TEC training at their own facilities. Sessions available include Over-the-Counter Sales, Quality Systems, Continuous Improvement, and Supervisory Skills 1 and 2. Interested firms should phone Russell Doré at 800-441-NTEA, ext 115; or e-mail [email protected]. For a copy of the catalog, phone 800-441-NTEA, ext 135; e-mail [email protected]; or log on to www.NTEA.com.