Maintenance

NSTA releases 2008 maintenance workshop details

Posted on July 2, 2008

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National School Transportation Association (NSTA) has partnered with Thomas Built Buses, IC Bus, Blue Bird Corp. and Collins Bus Corp. to provide maintenance workshops for school bus technicians.

Technicians who attend the workshops will learn how a school bus is built and learn how to identify mechanical issues in old and new units.

The workshop date and location information is as follows:

 

  • Thomas Built Buses: July 15-16 and Oct. 21-22 (High Point, N.C.)

     

  • IC Bus: July 28-31 and Sept. 29-Oct. 2 (Tulsa, Okla.)

     

  • Blue Bird Corp.: Sept. 16-17 (Fort Valley, Ga.)

     

  • Collins Bus Corp.: Oct. 8 (Hutchinson, Kan.)

    For more information, visit the NSTA Website.

     

  • Related Topics: Blue Bird Corp., Collins Bus Corp., IC Bus, NSTA, Thomas Built Buses

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