Technician Training

The knowledge gained in these sessions will be instrumental in supporting operations and enabling them to manage the complex technical aspects of modern buses.

This week marks a milestone as our Technician Training kicks off, with BlueBird dealer and customer technicians converging in Indianapolis. They are set to partake in comprehensive training sessions aimed at bolstering their skills and understanding of various bus systems. The knowledge gained in these sessions will be instrumental in supporting operations and enabling them to manage the complex technical aspects of modern buses. The trainees will immerse themselves in the depth of bus technology, understanding the unique aspects that make these machines efficient, resilient, and sustainable.

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The program also puts great emphasis on preventative maintenance – a critical part of ensuring our fleet operates at peak performance. As a significant part of our training agenda, the technicians will learn how to identify potential issues before they occur, ultimately reducing downtime and enhancing customer satisfaction. Safety training is also on the agenda, reinforcing BlueBird’s commitment to ensuring that our buses are not just efficient and reliable, but also the safest in the industry. Our technicians will be trained to ensure safety protocols are met and exceeded at all times.

The Blue Bird Academy plays a pivotal role in these training sessions. They serve to strengthen our service network, ensuring that customers can rely on the support provided by well-equipped and highly skilled technicians. This ongoing training reflects our commitment to continuous learning and development. By empowering our technicians with up-to-date knowledge and practical skills, we ensure the BlueBird service network remains at the forefront of bus technology and service. Stay tuned as we bring more updates on this exciting event, and track the progress of our technicians’ journey in becoming the best in the industry.

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