InAutomotive is pleased to announce its latest partnership with automotive e-learning solutions provider, Prodiags.
Prodiags are an automotive e-learning training provider who provide self-learning courses for mechanics and technicians.
The partnership will allow InAutomotive’s jobseekers to gain access to relevant automotive training modules to develop the relevant career skills and further their career in the automotive industry.
6 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits are available for every hour that a student studies a Prodiags course.
Head of partnerships, Tom Bousfield, said: “Prodiags is a fantastic resource for automotive professionals. This partnership was an ideal fit for us as the e-learning training modules are a fantastic platform for our jobseekers to develop their careers. We’re very excited to get started and I’m sure this is the start of a successful partnership.”
In January 2020, students of Prodiags courses will have access to relevant roles from www.inautomotive.com.
Head of International Sales at Prodiags, Paul Zogg, said: “InAutomotive is a platform for automotive professionals to find the career of their dreams. The partnership was an ideal fit for us as InAutomotive is the perfect platform for our learners to make the next step in their career and put their newly acquired learning to plan. We’re very excited to get started and I’m sure this is the start of a successful partnership.”
View all courses here at: www.prodiags.com
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