Nissan unveils North America training center in California

14:03, June 17, 2010      

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Nissan North America, Inc. has opened a new training center in Livermore, California, on Wednesday in a bid to better serve its customers in the area, the company said in a press release.

The center, which is located about 72 km east of San Francisco and covers more than 2137 sq meters of operational area, will play a critical role in Nissan and Infiniti dealer training and quality initiatives. The facility has three classrooms, component repair area and a number of service bays and lifts. It will provide dealership technician product training supporting the Northwest region which covers Northern California, Colorado, Idaho, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming, according to the statement.

Courses on core curriculum will be conducted at the center, covering topics such as heating and cooling systems, chassis integrity, on-board diagnostics and emissions.

The facility will be one of two technical centers scheduled to open in the western United States this year, joining another facility in Ontario,which is set to open early this fall.

The Japanese automaker has a total of nine other centers supporting Nissan and Infiniti's total of over 1,300 retail locations and 9,000 technicians in the United States,the company said.



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