Federated member Dobac International/Kashima System has introduced a new Spanish-language training platform to the North American aftermarket. Kashima University is the most comprehensive educational program for auto mechanics in Latin America and its online program is now available to Spanish-speaking automotive service professionals worldwide at https://kashimasystem.com/kashima-university/.
Kashima University provides online and face-to-face training, as well as the knowledge necessary to efficiently diagnose and repair all vehicles. Its educational program for automotive technicians is widely used in Europe and is the most complete training program in Latin America. It includes courses on automotive mechanics, electricity and electronics, car engine, safety and comfort, diagnosis and auto repair shop management.
“Kashima University offers quality training to keep shops up-to-date on the latest auto repair techniques and workshop management solutions so they can improve productivity, efficiency and profitability,” said Jorge Luis Carbonell, president of Kashima System/Dobac International. “Kashima System’s certified training program has been carefully developed by a team of mechanical engineers, automotive trainers and technical advisors with wide experience in both the aftermarket and education industries.”
Kashima University is listed as a supplemental training resource by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and is endorsed by the United Kingdom’s Institute for the Motor Industry (IMI).
To learn more about Kashima University, visit https://kashimasystem.com/kashima-university/.
About Kashima System
Kashima System is a company of products and services for the automotive aftermarket industry. Since its founding 27 years ago, it has trained over of 50,000 Latin American automotive service technicians and mechanics. The company owns Kashima University, the most complete educational program in Spanish for repair shop technicians in America. For more information, visit https://kashimasystem.com/.
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