You can now take alignment courses, whether an entry-level, mid-level or experienced tech, through Hunter Engineering who also provides training courses in advanced wheel balancing, vibration diagnosis, tire changing and brake machining. Course benefits include:
- A low student-to-teacher ratio (typically less than 10 students) to encourage interactive discussions, more hands-on experience and 1-on-1 time with an instructor.
- Controlled classroom time to increase opportunities for you to apply skills in a real-world environment.
- 30 regional training facilities to choose from, in addition to their Research and Training Center in St. Louis, MO, each equipped with a full-time, ASE-certified instructor and multiple service bays supplied with the latest technology in undercar service equipment.
- Topics such as passenger car, light truck, SUV, heavy-duty truck and trailer.