NGK Introduces their Tech Training Portal - Engine Builder Magazine

NGK Introduces their Tech Training Portal

NGK & NTK have announced the launch of their online/on-demand portal for Technical Training and Live webinars to keep parts pros and technicians up to speed on today’s developments in ignition and sensor technology.

The portal, which can be accessed online, offers unique online learning pathways for both the Ignition Specialist and Sensor Specialist categories. The portal also features a dedicated resource section to provide users easy access to technical specifications and product information. Special tracks are designed for parts and service professionals. There is also a track suitable for students. 

“Making learning easy and accessible is critical for parts and service professionals in today’s business environment,” states Mark Boyle – NGK General Manager, Product. “Our goal is to extend our “More Than Parts” philosophy by providing on-demand and virtual learning opportunities that work on the user’s terms. Anytime, anywhere, 24/7. It’s also crucial that the users have a frictionless experience that allows them to track courses, earn points and certifications, and access product information and technical data. This tool accomplishes all of these objectives.”

The Technical Portal, which currently hosts 27 different courses, can be accessed at NGKNTKTraining.com where users can register and enroll for learning tracks.

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