Nissens offers education in various forms, from live onsite sessions, through online self-learning courses, to technical marketing materials in print and digital formats. It has expanded its Training Concept – offering material on air conditioning, engine cooling, efficiency, and emissions, with a series of free live webinars conducted by product specialists. Nissens also offers free online training through its portal at https://ntc.nissens.com/. You can also watch recordings of past events on www.facebook.com/nissensautomotive.
Recordings will be made available on the Nissens Experts portal – an internet platform with a library of more than 100 technical assets, including technical stories, tips, bulletins, and tools dedicated to technicians.
Upcoming events include ‘New refrigerants: Why use R1234yf and CO2 instead of R134a? Why are so many other refrigerants being tested and approved?’ on 16 June and ‘Oil, why can’t we just use a universal one?’ on 29 June.
It has also added a couple of modules to its online training programme, explaining how air conditioning (AC) service and repair should be conducted on popular PHEV models. Training Manager Michael Ingvardsen explains: “We see an increased demand for training in modern HVAC systems. The recent months have been extremely busy for us in terms of educating our customers in live and webinar-based training seminars. The many courses that have been held in Europe and the US have given us a clear idea of what technicians need, to become even better at understanding and servicing HVAC and heat pump systems in hybrid and electric vehicles, and what we’ve learnt, we now make available for everyone in the aftermarket.”