“The federal grant program allows ATA to offer training at no cost to automotive service professionals with the goal of preparing them to work on alternative fuel vehicles, either now or in the future,” said Haru Lindsey from ATA to the website aftermarketNews. He also added that the CNG courses will focus on safety and maintenance.
ATA provides automotive professionals nationwide with both hands-on and instructor-led training classes. The firm offers technical courses lead by industry instructors covering topics from ABS brakes and advanced OBDII to Mode 6 Diagnostics, Electronic Computer Controls and fuel injection. According to the company, classes are designed to present complex information and techniques in a simple and easy way.