Brakes India Opens New Training Centre

Brakes India has officially opened its latest training center located at the Mundka Warehouse in West Delhi, marking a significant step towards enhancing the skills and knowledge of its field team across North India. This new facility is dedicated to addressing the continuous educational needs of its workforce, providing a range of training programs designed to bolster product knowledge, sales techniques, and service excellence.

Key Highlights:

  • New Training Centre in West Delhi: Dedicated to supporting the field team in North India.
  • Comprehensive Training Offerings: Includes OEM trainings, product knowledge sessions, and sales training for distributors.
  • “Train the Trainer” Program: Aimed at Field Service Engineers, Authorized Service Center Coordinators, and Parts Coordinators.
  • Hands-On Learning Environment: Features cross sections and visual displays for Light Vehicles, Heavy Vehicles, and Aftermarket segments.
  • Expansion Plans: Follows the first successful training center in Chennai, with plans to expand into eastern and western regions.

The facility is not only a hub for Brakes India’s internal team but also offers its resources to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), allowing them to leverage the center to upskill their employees. With sections dedicated to different vehicle segments and a variety of visual aids, the center is equipped to provide immersive product knowledge training.

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The center’s curriculum is structured around both theoretical knowledge and practical application, ensuring participants gain a comprehensive understanding of products and sales strategies. The introduction of the “Train the Trainer” program is particularly noteworthy, as it aims to standardize training materials and methodologies across the board, ensuring a consistent and high-quality learning experience.

Brakes India’s commitment to continuous learning and development is exemplified by the establishment of this training center. Following the successful model of its Chennai center, the company is poised to further its educational reach, planning future expansions to cover more regional areas, thereby strengthening its workforce and service capabilities across India.

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