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Federal-Mogul Motorparts Adds Ignition Modules to Online Training Platform


Date: 26-Jul-2017

Federal-Mogul Motorparts, a division of Federal-Mogul LLC, has announced the release of three new training modules on its F-M Campus website. The latest content provides information and technical training for its BERU® and Champion® ignition products. 

Serving users from Introduction through to Basic and Diagnostic level, the new training modules outline the general workings of ignition systems as well as highlighting the production process and the materials used. They explain the process of examination for visual defects and the broader future of ignition systems. 

F-M Campus is a free, online learning platform designed for anyone working on or interested in automotive components and how to service and install them. Available 24/7, it offers various courses from Generic Automotive to component specific, such as Braking, Engine, Filters, Steering and Suspension or Wheel End Bearings. 

“F-M Campus is great for technicians and even enthusiasts,” explained Marijn Staal, European Trade Marketing & Technical Services Manager, Federal-Mogul Motorparts EMEA. “We recognize the importance of ongoing education and the best way to demonstrate that is by providing it to our customers. Since the beginning of 2016 we have seen a 37% increase in the number of users, the six new modules have resulted in 9.263 users passing the exam and becoming certified. Whether you’re a workshop owner who wants to help improve their team or a young technician looking to further develop your career, F-M Campus is for you.”

Also available on the F-M Campus website are the training and troubleshooting videos from the F-M Campus YouTube channel. The easy to follow training videos cover a range of topics, from changing motorcycle’s brake pads to the installation of wheel end bearings and are available in nine languages.

To learn more about F-M Campus, please visit  www.FMcampus.eu.

For more video content, search and subscribe to FM-Campus on YouTube.

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