The program will be held Sept. 11-14 in Omaha, Neb. Officials said it will focus on technology that has changed over time, since technicians may be operating with historical, rather than current, information.
Topics scheduled to be covered include EPA emissions systems; advanced electrical; coolant, maintenance and cost savings; and utilizing websites, resources and wire diagrams.
Attendees can also choose between a session on Type C multiplex, service link and troubleshooting or Type D electrical and fan drive.
Registration is limited to 100 participants. For more information and to register, visit www.thomasbus.com.