Join us for a COMPLIMENTARY Webinar on Hybrid and Electric Battery Safety

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SORRY BUT WE ARE SOLD OUT. Please watch for another offering in the near future.

Please join us April 22nd at 4:00 PM EDT for a free Webinar on Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Safety.

As an automotive shop owner, you are likely requiring your service techs to train in safety best-practices as part of your regular work routine. But what hybrid and battery electric vehicles that may be compromised? Wouldn’t you like to have credentials to back up your knowledge of safety best-practices as they relate to compromised hybrid and electric vehicle battery safety? In this session, you will: -learn safety best practices for evaluation and handling of possibly compromised high voltage batteries -get a closer look at the hazardous processes that can occur in lithium ion power systems

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Apr 22, 2020 03:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Topic: CCAR's Hybrid Electric Vehicle/Electric Vehicle Battery Safety

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Charles E. Ayers

President | CCAR

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Marvin Mechanic
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would love to, but will not be using Zoom, ever.

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Karen Educator
Massachusetts
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Sorry to hear that Marvin, but that is our Paid for Platform. Wish you would change your mind.

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Anthony Technical Support Specialist
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Hi Karen: I'm with Marvin. I've been following Bleeping Computer for about 15 years. They have credibility. bleepingcomputer​.​com/news/security… Guido

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Geoff Diagnostician
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I've been avoiding it because I don't like installing anything "new" just to do what every computer is capable of doing anyway. You have an even BETTER reason Guido. Super glad CTI/WP is doing it the right way.

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Hans Technician
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Signed up thanks!

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