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Coming Soon: Training Program for 'Service Technician’s Field Manual'

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The popular book is being enhanced with a DVD-based training program that includes 20 PowerPoint chapter presentations, quizzes and a spreadsheet to keep track of students’ quiz grades.

| April 8, 2013

A new service turn-key technician training program based upon The Service Technician’s Field Manual by Dr. William Robinson is coming soon to the PCT Bookstore. The Service Technician’s Training Program is a DVD-based training program that includes 20 PowerPoint chapter presentations, quizzes and a spreadsheet to keep track of students’ quiz grades. Save 33% on The Student Technician’s Field Manual and its Companion Study Guide (student workbook) as well as the training program by ordering today. Shipping begins May 1, 2013.

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