Bus-Air Manufacturing of Rhome, Texas has announced an A/C training clinic for school bus, shuttle bus and fire truck technicians. The clinic will include a section 609 certification testing class on Friday, Aug. 29 at the Texas Motor Speedway, (Speedway Club) in Ft. Worth, Texas. The class is slated to begin at 8 a.m.
Bus air specialists Bobby Woods Jr. and Tony Woods will deliver the presentations. Bus-Air plans to cover the ABC's of A/C, history, modern applications and system components in an class based on practical experiences in mobile A/C repair gained over 44 years. Attendees can meet one of the founders of aftermarket A/C from 1957. In addition, hats and shirts will be given away during the class.
The afternoon class session ( 1:30 p.m. until 3 p.m.) will be held at World Headquarters of Bus-Air Manufacturing, a facility just seven miles west of the Texas Motor Speedway. This session consists of hands-on teaching of the fundamentals of A/C diagnosis and repair, how to read gauges and more.
The cost to attend is $175 per person. RSVP is mandatory by Aug. 22. Breakfast and lunch will be served.
This event is sponsored and presented by Bus-Air.