OESAA urges technicians to sign up to Autoinform Live with ‘limited spaces’ available

Original equipment manufacturers and industry ambassadors to host weekend event

The Original Equipment Suppliers Aftermarket Association (OESAA) is urging technicians to snap up tickets for Autoinform Live, with limited spaces now available for the live training event in Wolverhampton.

On the weekend of the 6th and 7th November, original equipment manufacturers and industry ambassadors will descend on the GTG Training Academy.

Hayley Pells, a member of the OESAA garage forum and renowned figure in workshop circles, has joined the presenter line-up.

She will propose a pathway for technicians tasked with servicing or repairing electric vehicles (EVs).

The process is one that is tried and tested in her own workshop and will be demonstrated during the live training sessions that Autoinform Live is famous for.

Meanwhile, TMD Friction has also signed-up to exhibit.

The brake manufacturer will be showcasing GaraShield, an advanced software platform for workshops, which it exclusively distributes in the UK.

Using GaraShield, every aspect of a vehicle service or repair can be digitally managed, tracked and recorded – for complete transparency and peace of mind. It also encourages best practice compliance.

Hive and MAM Software will also be presenting their products and technologies behind them, so with GaraShield being added to the mix, technicians thinking of investing in garage management, workflow process and quality control systems will be well catered for.

OESAA chairman, Nigel Morgan, said: “The additions of Hayley and TMD Friction will add different dimensions to what already promises to be an engaging and insightful event.

“Both will bring unique qualities and messages, which will be invaluable to visitors when they return to their workshops.

“Autoinform Live is gearing up to be an event to remember, so technicians can’t afford to miss out on the plethora of training available – I urge them to sign up now.”

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