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Later this year, Rotary and Chief Universities will expand and transform its training curriculum to become Rotary Solutions University.

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Vehicle Service Group (VSG), a Dover company, has received accreditation for educational courses provided by its brands (Rotary, Chief Collision Technology, Forward Lift, and Direct Lift) from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), a globally recognized standard in adult education and training.

VSG officials said this accomplishment reflects the company’s dedication to delivering high-quality education and training to assist vehicle service technicians, shop owners, and insurance professionals in enhancing their automotive and collision repair skills and expertise.

"We are honored to have received accreditation from IACET, as it validates our ongoing endeavors to offer top-notch educational programs for technicians, repair shop owners, and our insurance partners," said Elisabeth Sobczak, commercial and technical training manager at Vehicle Service Group. "This accreditation underscores our commitment to excellence and reaffirms our mission to provide training and equipment that aid insurance professionals, automotive, and collision repair shops in achieving success."

Leveraging more than 50 years of experience in educating technicians, courses are developed and conducted by manufacturing experts and industry leaders who provide the most up-to-date information and training in the automotive industry. Classes are delivered via web-based training (WBT), live hands-on sessions, virtual platforms, or private in-shop training. Chief Collision Technology and Rotary are leading providers of vehicle collision and automotive shop repair equipment, diagnostics, calibration systems, and collision center tools.

Later this year, Rotary and Chief Universities will expand and transform their training curriculum to become Rotary Solutions University. The transition will feature enhanced coursework and hands-on training for the full line of Rotary products, including vehicle lifts, A/C equipment, wheel balancers, tire changers, alignment systems, and more.

"As a global leader in continuing education and training for the vehicle service industry, IACET accreditation strengthens VSG's reputation for world-class training and education through its Chief and Rotary brands," Sobczak commented. "Moreover, it will facilitate the provision of new learning opportunities and course offerings to all automotive repair shop staff and insurance partners as we transition to Rotary Solutions University."

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