Snap-on offers free online training

Company announces online modules for its diagnostic tools

Published:  27 February, 2014

Snap-on has unveiled a new free-of-charge online training facility for its handheld diagnostics customers.

With diagnostic tools becoming more essential as the number of vehicles with on-board computers and electronic systems increases, training is becoming even more necessary. Therefore the ability to learn about the kit being used both for free, and wihout the need for travel, or even time out of the workshop means both cost savings for smaller garages, and technicians who can understand the equipment and refer back to the online portal when necessary. The new resource from Snap-on covers the company's full range, including VERUS Pro and MODIS Ultra amongst others.

The service is available 24-hours a day and provides technicians with professional know-how from Snap-on experts through hands-on videos and multimedia slideshows. Courses based around diagnostic platforms cover a wide range of topics including set up and use, helping technicians to get the most out of their scan tools.


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