Truck Tyre Professional

Overview

"Professionalism is not the job you DO its HOW you DO the job". Attend Truck Tyre Professional you will truly understand what you see in your fleet or the fleets you service. You can sell a better service, reducing tyre input and maximise profit opportunities. Working smarter not harder.

Benefits

By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Appreciate the added value of truck tyre service work to both the end user and the distributor.
• Understand the extended life properties of Michelin Tyre products.
• Demonstrate by role-play the ability to sell benefits of service work to all levels within users

Objectives

By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Appreciate the added value of truck tyre service work to both the end user and the distributor.
• Understand the extended life properties of Michelin Tyre products.
• Demonstrate by role-play the ability to sell benefits of service work to all levels within

Content

• Truck tyre size markings – for correct fitting and removal
• Tyre construction
• Michelin 4 Lives package and benefits
• Right tyre for the right application
• Truck tyre management
• Tyre pressures – recommendations and their effects on performance
• Vehicle alignment
• Wear and damage – recognition of common wear patterns and their effects
• Vehicle examinations / Fleet inspections
• UK truck tyre law
• Selling service to the user
• The benefits of you of selling service
• Role-play exercises

2 Day
£398 + VAT
Code - 141

Feedback from our delegates

"Relaxed but educational approach"
helped take all the information in
Delegate, Truck Tyre Professional
"Really great learning at Michelin"
All the information was there that I needed, Instructor pointed us in the right direction therefore the information stuck in instead of just spoken and forgotten
Delegate, Truck Tyre Professional

Course Calendar

2018
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Truck Tyre Prof2 DAYS Please Request Date

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