Does anyone have any experience with their training? Considering subscribing but wanted some input before I do. Thanks in advance
They have a lot of training from a lot of Nationally recognized instructors. The subscription is worth the investment in my opinion, if you'll actually use it.
This is one answer to daytime training. I support AVI and appreciate their efforts.
I've subscribed to the all access pass for years.
Yes I use them for my training classes for the smog program. Like any other program they have some pretty basic ones to advance. I use them as added material for my training. Is there any thing particular you would like t know?
The last shop I was at had a subscription for a short time. They offered a broad range of material covering simple to complex topics. I thought the content was very good and I logged on fairly regularly, what I found frustrating was not being able to bookmark where I left off. That may not be the case anymore. The shop dropped the subscription due to lack of interest.
I agree with "all of the above". I have used their DVDs extensively and find them to always be comprehensive.
Avi is great. They have a wide range of videos and training for all skill levels. I have an all access pass for my shop. Definitely worth the money if you use it.
very good , if you really gonna use it , 3 years ago I paid the full year subscription and they have very good training
some 10 years or so I had very little experience with our modern cars and I could not find any suitable training here in my country so I started buying up AVI videos and training manuals and I credit them for where I am today. I would definitely recommended them.
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good training there I had had several training material from them , I bough a yearly suscription , wich give you full access to there entire library for what ever sytem they have training
In addition to the independent aftermarket trainers that AVI has utilized over the years they have been producing training videos with the help of some tier 1 OEM suppliers like … & Bosch along with a few tool makers. ASE test preps have been added into the mix in recent years as well. Unlike many conventional OEM online LMS (Learning Management System) training programs, quite a few of the AVI videos contain hands on demonstrations on the various topics that are presented.