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AVI OnDemand Reaches User Milestone

AVI is dedicated to consistently updating its video training library with the newest in automotive technology, management techniques and ASE certification tasks.

Automotive Video Innovations (AVI), part of the Babcox Media portfolio of brands, is proud to announce it has reached the milestone of 15,000 users for the AVI Learning Management System – AVIonDemand.com.

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AVI OnDemand is a robust automotive online training center specializing in ASE preparation, diagnostics and new technology. In the month of September, the number of AVIonDemand students grew by 30 percent, reaching the landmark.

“Thank you from the AVI team for the support, participation and unwavering desire by technicians and counter people to constantly improve and seek education,” said AVI CEO Paul Louwers. “Our success is due, in part, to the implementation of free, live courses presented in a quality format that attracts students to the convenience, interaction and rich technical information that online training can provide.”

AVI will continue to serve the automotive repair industry by encouraging education with free streaming courses available on AVIonDemand.com and Tech Tips on DiagnosticNews.com. AVI is dedicated to consistently updating its video training library with the newest in automotive technology, management techniques and ASE certification tasks.

About AVI
Automotive Video Innovations, the technician training division of Babcox Media, founded in 1994, is a leader in providing automotive technicians with technical and professional certification education. Our vast training library is constantly growing and being updated in order to offer the most current and comprehensive technical and management training programs on the market. Training courses are available on DVD with books and manuals. AVI has also pioneered innovative learning solutions to help you access technical diagnostic training faster and more efficiently with AVI OnDemand, our online learning center.

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