Quality Automotive and Smog employees complete training | SierraSun.com

Quality Automotive and Smog employees complete training

Courtesy Guy ManvilleFront row from left: Lee Thao, Desan Vang and Paul Giffis. Back from left: Mark Jacobson, Kevin Ward, Bill Greeno and Gary Gunter.

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Quality Automotive and Smog is proud to acknowledge the achievements of their outstanding technicians and services writers who completed more than 100 hours of training in 2011. Technicians Desan Vang, Lee Thao and Paul Giffis completed courses in modern diagnostics and service techniques bringing them current on the latest in On Board Diagnostic (O.B.D 2), and Common Area Network (C.A.N) computer systems common on todayand#8217;s vehicles.

Helping customers behind the counter and beyond, Gary Gunter and Kevin Ward completed the Bosch Diagnostic class with instruction in the latest in OBD 2 and CAN computer systems. Thirty-year veteran and German specialist Mark Jacobson completed a customer training, service writing and an advanced diagnostics class.

and#8220;Our company culture includes continued training. Itand#8217;s necessary in our industry to garner new skills and keep up with current and always changing technology,and#8221; said Bill Greeno, owner of Quality Automotive and Smog. Greeno also participates in training as part of a Smart Group of owners who meet bi-monthly to discuss, study and examine the latest technologies, philosophies and customer needs. Learn more about any of these Quality Automotive and Smog employees at http://www.qualityautomotiveandsmog.com. Visit them at 11357-A Deerfield Drive, Truckee or call 530-587-1933.

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