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Standard Motor Products launches new Pro Training Power Hour

Power Hour is a free, live-virtual technical series presented by Standard’s professional trainers, geared toward technicians on a variety of topics

New York—Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) has announced the Pro Training Power Hour. Power Hour is a free, live-virtual technical series presented by Standard’s professional trainers, geared toward technicians. It joins Standard’s award-winning portfolio of training programs, which include Standard Pro Training On-Site and Live-Virtual training sessions, an On-Demand library, and a Masters Series.

The Power Hour will cover topics such as Servicing Electric Vehicles, Variable Valve Timing Diagnostic Tips, Air Conditioning Best Practices, Drive by Wire Technology, Turbocharger Service, Active Grille Shutters and more. The first live event of 2023 will cover Heater Core Best Practices and will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 12:15 p.m. EST. Technicians and industry professionals can register for this session and future sessions at ProTrainingPowerHour.com.

Standard Pro Training

The Standard Pro Training team completed 2022 with more than 800 in-person and live-virtual classes attended by over 30,000 professional technicians. In response to technicians’ growing interest in continuing education, Standard Pro Training has already scheduled 1,100 classes for the coming year. Approximately 150 of these sessions are scheduled to be shot live in the Pro Training studio and streamed via Pro Training’s new virtual platform. Additionally, the Pro Training On-Demand library is being updated each month with fresh technical content.

“We understand that there is great demand for continued training among technicians, and Standard has risen to the challenge to deliver the best training in the industry,” said Jack Ramsey, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, SMP. “We know that technicians are busy, so we offer multiple ways to train to suit a variety of schedules.”

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