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Volvo, Mack Training Programs Receive CASE Accreditation

August 19, 2014

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Photo via Volvo Trucks.
Photo via Volvo Trucks.

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence has awarded CASE accreditation to the Volvo Trucks Academy and the Mack Trucks Academy training programs.

Accreditation through CASE, or Continuing Automotive Service Education, is voluntary. It involves ASE reviewing a training provider’s programs against established industry standards to ensure that it adheres to best practices.

The Volvo Trucks Academy provides dealership sales, parts, service, technician and driver training programs throughout the U.S. and Canada.

“CASE accreditation drives continuous improvement of our instructional program and differentiates us within the heavy-duty truck industry” said Goran Nyberg, president of Volvo Trucks North American sales and marketing.

The Mack Trucks Academy provides extensive training for 14 different dealership job roles as well as training for drivers.

“Meeting CASE standards shows Mack’s commitment to developing exceptional training programs to help increase the service and support for our customers while continuing to support our dealers,” said Stephen Roy, president of Mack Trucks North American sales and marketing.

ASE is a non-profit independent organization established to improve the competence of automotive service technicians through voluntary testing and certification.

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