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AVI To Provide Technicians with $1 Million in Free Training


AVI logoAVI (Automotive Video Innovations) is giving back to the automotive community that has given so much opportunity to the Florida-based video company.

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To carry out that mission, AVI reports that it is pledging to give away 1 million dollars worth of training to students, technicians, shop owners or teachers with the desire to expand their automotive knowledge. The course is a collaboration of electrical and electronic systems education that covers everything from electrical theory to understanding circuits, meter usage, diagnostics and more.

“NO credit card required, NO surveys and NO hassle, just a big thank you from us to you,” said Paul Louwers, president of AVI.

Louwers said the courses are broken down into easy-to-navigate chapters and come with an online study guide, comprehensive knowledge assessment and a certificate of completion; everything you can expect from AVI training.

“Train online anywhere you have an Internet connection,” he continued.

Those who sign up will also receive free ongoing training tips, newly-issued training video notifications covering topics like ASE Test Prep, Hybrids, Diesel, HVAC, Management and more!

Simple Enrollment

1. Get Started Now: Sign-Up is free and the class is free. Click the link to fill out the form and sign yourself up for an exclusive AVI on Demand access pass.


2. Enter Your FREE Course: Either Log-in with your new credentials or existing users simply sign-in.

3. Comprehensive and Interactive Content: Go to the “My Courses” menu at the top and find your free class. Start viewing it right away!

Participants receive a satisfactory score on the knowledge assessment and earn a certificate after completing each course.

Click the link below to get started!

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