New training portal makes participation even more convenient
ZF Aftermarket is significantly expanding its online offering with a new training platform and an extended range of content.
New training topics expected to be added in the coming weeks includes chassis technology and dual-mass flywheel.
Participants no longer have a log-in for the ZF Aftermarket portal.
Participation in the online training courses is free of charge.
Registration on the ZF Aftermarket portal is only required for additional functions such as creating a certificate or viewing the recording.
On-demand access to the video recordings of the training courses is only available to partners of the workshop concept ZF pro [Tech].
A spokesperson for ZF Aftermarket said: “Due to corona-related contact restrictions this year, many face-to-face training sessions had to be cancelled.
“Video conferences and online training was often the only way to communicate with customers and partners safely, but still face-to-face.
“ZF Aftermarket is committed to sustainable customer loyalty and has maintained that commitment this year by delivering more than 50 online training courses.
“In addition to infection prevention, the other advantages of digital education formats have also gained attention: Participants not only save on travel and thus reduce costs and absence times for their companies, but they also have more flexibility in terms of scheduling because many events are recorded and can be accessed on demand.”
ZF Aftermarket expects that the popularity of on-screen training will increase in the future – at least for teaching basic theoretical knowledge as well as for product demonstrations and repair tips.
Further information on the new topics, booking dates and the contents of the individual training courses can be found online.