DETROIT — The Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC) will hold its 2004 Spring Conference and Business Meeting on April 18-20 at the Holiday Inn Fairlane-Dearborn in Detroit, Mich.
The conference will focus on heavy-duty/diesel emissions and new technologies. Numerous automotive presentations on clean diesels, new emissions-related systems and their impact on the service technician will be on the agenda, including:
* Diesel EGR – Technology and Training Challenges (Detroit Diesel)
* Medium- and Heavy-Duty Multiplexing – Assessing Technician Readiness and Challenges (Navistar)
* Clean Diesel Update (Bruce Purkey)
* Programs and Initiatives to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (EPA)
* New Light-Duty Diesel Cars and SUVs – What Technicians Need to Know (Steve Howe/James Shelton, Tweddle Litho Co.)
Additional presentations include:
* Innovations in Wireless On-Vehicle Diagnostic Technology (Tom Kotenko, Nexiq – A Division of Snap-On Diagnostics)
* Changing Corporate Training Culture Through CASE Certification (Chris Cottham, AC-Delco)
* Training Challenges in the Transportation Industry (Linda Gauthier, CTHRC)
* Diagnostic Techniques for Today’s Electronic Systems (Bernie Thompson, Automotive Test Solutions)
Conference fees for the Sunday reception, Monday Training Vendor Showcase and two full days of presentations are $375 for ATMC members or $425 for non-members.
For information on conference registration, visit: www.atmc.org.
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