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Opus IVS launches in-person live training events

Training sessions are designed to enhance technicians’ capabilities, reduce repair time, and increase billable hours

Detroit—Opus IVS has announced an upcoming series of live training events aimed at equipping automotive technicians with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the rapidly evolving automotive repair landscape. These comprehensive training sessions are designed to enhance technicians’ capabilities, reduce repair time, and increase billable hours.

The Opus IVS training events will take place in three prime locations across the United States:

  1. Huntington Beach, Calif.: Saturday, Oct. 14
  2. Dexter, Mich.: Saturday, Oct. 21
  3. Commack, New York: Saturday, Nov. 1

Each training class is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in its respective timezone, offering participants a full day of immersive learning. The cost to attend the training session is $195.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn directly from OEM Dealer Master Technicians. The training will cover key aspects such as utilizing the J2534 tool and harnessing its potential to perform diagnostic and programming functions across a range of vehicle lines. Attendees can expect to gain proficiency in working with vehicle brands including Ford, GM, FCA, Volkswagen, Audi, Toyota, Lexus, Honda, and Acura.

“Opus IVS is dedicated to empowering automotive technicians with the skills and tools necessary to conquer complex repair challenges effectively and efficiently,” said Kevin FitzPatrick, Senior VP and Head of Training at Opus IVS. “Our training events are carefully crafted to provide practical insights and hands-on experience, enabling technicians to save time, increase billable hours, and enhance their diagnostic and programming capabilities.”

By participating in these training events, technicians can expect to achieve the following outcomes:

  • Significantly reduce repair time and increase billable hours
  • Elevate their technical proficiency and problem-solving skills
  • Minimize the need for subletting repair tasks

For registration and additional information about the Opus IVS training series, visit and select the desired location.

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