The New Face of Continental Automotive Tachograph Training
Birmingham, October 20, 2008
Continental Automotive recently appointed Shellie Watkins as the new Training & Service Co-ordinator.
Working within the Service Team, Shellie will be advising drivers and employers on an appropriate tachograph training course, so they can fulfil their legal obligations and operate more efficiently.Shellie is enjoying the new challenge and is building on her eight years experience within the company. Shellie started her career in the Tachograph Chart Bureau then took a position in the Accounts Department.
Shellie comments "It's a refreshing change and I am enjoying the customer contact and working closely with our experienced in-house trainers. I am also developing my knowledge of VDO tachographs, data management solutions and our full training portfolio. We have a course to suit all needs, from the Fleet Manager integrating digital tachographs into their business for the first time to the Tachograph Installer requiring a refresher course." Continental Automotive, the tachograph market leader offers a comprehensive training portfolio, led by experienced in-house trainers. The courses aim to help employers and drivers avoid the pitfalls of legislation and operate more efficiently. The courses cover all aspects of tachographs, including installation, legislation, operation and data management, with an opportunity to gain a City & Guilds qualification.
With annual sales of more than €25 billion (based on 2006 figures), the Continental Corporation is one of the top five automotive suppliers worldwide. As a supplier of brake systems, systems and components for the powertrain and chassis, instrumentation, infotainment solutions, vehicle electronics, tires and technical elastomers, the corporation contributes towards enhanced driving safety and protection of the global climate. Continental is also a competent partner in networked automobile communication. The corporation currently employs approximately 150,000 at nearly 200 locations in 36 countries.