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Nissens Training Concept

Nissens Training Concept: Onsite, live online training, and self-learning modules for technicians…

Michael Ingvardsen, Global Technical Training Manager at Nissens Automotive, provides an overview of its knowledge platform

Nissens Training Concept (NTC) is an educational platform created for technicians, workshops, and wholesalers. Its aim is to inspire and enable users to be competitive and proficient in the service and repair of thermal, engine efficiency and emission systems, to promote the growth of their business.

What is in the NTC?

Our educational platform offers knowledge in the following areas:

1) A holistic understanding of the system and components

2) Service best practice, including service procedures, troubleshooting, and component installation

3) Consumables and service agents

4) Trends and changes for future applications

A choice of training formats…

We offer personal, onsite, and online sessions or, whenever possible, live audience training conducted by one of our professional NTC trainers, which is available in 15 languages!

Technicians can also learn through our seven top-notch and captivating self-learning modules, available from any place and at any time. The online self-learning training is conducted via an advanced learning management system. Besides high- quality visual content, most learning modules are interactive and utilise narration, sound effects, video and animation whenever needed. Each course taken via NTC’s live onsite, online, or self-learning modules offers a personal certificate after passing a short test.

Technicians can also access Nissens’ technical marketing materials, videos, bulletins, and guides in print and digital formats, available at

To enrol in one of the self-learning courses, or to request live training, visit All online training is free of charge to independent technicians.

What’s coming up in 2023?

Over the coming months, Nissens will update the NTC library of electronic learning media with New Energy Vehicle content. Several new learning modules are planned for development, including model-specific thermal management systems and component design, applied in the market’s most popular vehicle applications. The update will also feature safety in high- voltage system service and new refrigerant topics.

Available training options

One or three-day onsite or online group training – Level 1 Climate Control (theory and assignments), including a review of the various systems, understanding the relationship between pressure and temperature, individual components, troubleshooting via pressure and temperature, AC oils, how to use trace substance, refrigerant status and focus on 1234yf, flushing/ cleaning of an AC system. Level 2 and 3 of this course delve deeper into these topics and include both theory and practical elements.

Examples of Level 2 and 3 live onsite or online sessions, ranging from 15 minutes to two-hours in duration, include Common AC problems, system diagnostics and units covering the individual system components.

Self-learning online modules range from 15 minutes to 2 hours’ duration covering climate control and turbo technology – modules include: Turbo fundamentals and installation, common issues, and troubleshooting.

To enrol in one of the self-learning courses, or to request live training, visit

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