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United Bicycle Institute partners with Bosch eBike Systems on Accelerated Certification

Published October 1, 2018

Sept. 28, 2018 – United Bicycle Institute is proud to announce two upcoming Continuing Education classes in co-operation with Bosch eBike Systems. The Professional Certification classes are scheduled to help get technicians up to speed with hands-on experience on some of the company's most advanced training and techniques.

The Bosch Level 2 classes, held Nov. 16 and Feb. 8 at UBI's Portland, OR facility, will each be held the day after a Bosch's Level 1 clinic, taught by Bosch's Technical staff at the same UBI Portland facility.

"Shops looking to start offering a new level of service will be able to get trained in just two short days, at one location," said Steven Glass, UBI Portland Manager. "This allows mechanics to minimize travel expenses, and time away from the shop."

Bosch's Level 1 classes, held in tandem with the UBI Level 2 classes, are part of a series of tech clinic dates that Bosch has recently announced. Registration for the Level 1 classes will be through Bosch's online registration portal, while registration for the UBI Portland Level 2 classes are already live at https://tinyurl.com/ubibosch

UBI is also offering three additional Bosch Level 2 classes at their Ashland location, which are ideal for mechanics who have already achieved their Level 1 training.

A full schedule of the UBI Bosch Level 2 classes, in addition to a complete list of other Continuing Education classes available to working mechanics at UBI can be found at www.bikeschool.com

Bosch eBike Systems is also offering free Level 1 Certification classes at Interbike this year, which can also qualify as a prerequisite for any of the UBI/Bosch Level 2 Certification classes.

More information and registration for Bosch's Interbike, and other Level 1 class scheduling can be found at: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/bosch-ebike-systems-north-america-14920853938

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Topics associated with this article: Retailer education, Electric bike

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