BENDIX ROLLS OUT 2022 PRODUCT TRAINING SCHOOL SCHEDULE

To help fleets, technicians, and owner-operators keep pace with today’s ever-advancing truck technologies, Bendix has doubled its technical training force and enhanced its long-running in-person training programs for 2022: In addition to our long-standing three-day Air Brake Training class that has set the industry training standard for decades, we now offer a two-day Advanced Technology Training program.

Master The Fundamentals

The 2022 edition of our in-person Air Brake Training class is tailored to both new and experienced technicians. It covers the description, operation, and service elements for the total range of components found within dual air brake systems. Topics include:

  • Fundamentals of compressed air
  • Tactics for air system failure mode diagnosis and troubleshooting
  • Air brake system and foundation brake components (air compressors, valves, foundation drum brakes, and air disc brakes)

Advance To The Next Level

The Advanced Technology Training class is an exciting addition to our training curriculum; it picks up where the Air Brake Training course ends, covering the operation and troubleshooting of higher-level driver assistance and safety systems, as well as diagnostic software.

Our Advanced Technology Training is a real must for the advanced technician, covering:

  • AutoVue® Lane Departure Warning System from Bendix CVS
  • Bendix ACom® diagnostic software
  • Bendix® ESP® Electronic Stability Program
  • Bendix® Wingman® Advanced™ and Bendix® Wingman® Fusion™ driver assistance systems
  • SafetyDirect® by Bendix CVS
  • SmarTire® and SmarTire® Trailer-Link™ TPMS by Bendix CVS

Class time in the Advanced Technology Training session includes in-depth, hands-on maintenance for Bendix® air disc brakes and electrical diagnostics.

Expanded Opportunities to Learn

To help address the increasing demand for service training, we’ve doubled our technical training force. In addition, 15 Air Brake Training sessions, including three virtual classes – each conducted by a member of the ASE-certified veteran Bendix Service Engineering Team – are scheduled in 12 locations across the U.S. from March to December. The six Advanced Technology Training courses will be held from March to November, split between Sparks, Nevada, and the new Bendix headquarters in Avon, Ohio.

Per-person enrollment costs are $450 USD for the Air Brake Training, $400 USD for the Advanced Technology Training, and $300 USD for the Virtual Class. Due to the quantity and complexity of the products covered, we highly recommend that each student completes the Bendix Air Brake Training (three-day) class, or at a minimum, the online brake school at brake-school.com, before taking the Advanced Technology Training class.

Learn From The Best

Now Accepting Applications

Class size is limited and enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration may be completed online, by phone (1-800-247-2725, option 3), or by emailing or faxing the downloadable form.

 

New in 2022

All registrants in the three-day Bendix Air Brake Training and two-day Bendix Advanced Technology Training school may elect to take part in an optional written test administered by Bendix at the close of each class. Bendix will grade the exam, and the registrant will receive a Tested and Passed Certificate to indicate they were tested on the presented material and received a passing grade. Registrants who elect to take the test and do not successfully pass the exam will receive a Certificate of Completion. Registrants who elect not to participate in the optional testing will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Receipt of either certificate is a measure of knowledge on materials delivered by Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC (Bendix). In-person Bendix training and the optional test are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). It does not take the place of any instruction or Certification exam administered by the DOT.

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