SOURCE: Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA)

Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA)

February 27, 2012 09:00 ET

ATRA Embarks on Nationwide Seminar Training

OXNARD, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 27, 2012) - Each year, the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA) provides training to thousands of transmission repair specialists across the USA and Canada. These training seminars cover new technologies and advanced diagnostic procedures so that transmission repair specialists are better able to repair today's complex automatic transmission systems.

This year, ATRA will visit 22 cities in the USA and Vancouver, Canada, and provide a full day of training in each city. The training schedule began on February 11, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina to an audience of about 120 transmission specialists. The full schedule is below:

02/11/12 - Charlotte, NC
02/18/12 - Houston, TX
02/25/12 - Orlando, FL
03/03/12 - St. Louis, MO
03/10/12 - Boston, MA
03/17/12 - Dallas, TX
03/17/12 - Phoenix, AZ
03/24/12 - Biloxi, MS
03/31/12 - Minneapolis, MN
04/14/12 - Salt Lake City, UT
04/28/12 - Walnut Creek, CA
05/12/12 - Denver, CO
05/19/12 - Council Bluffs, IA
05/19/12 - San Antonio, TX
05/26/12 - Vancouver, BC
08/04/12 - Los Angeles, CA
08/11/12 - Albuquerque, NM
08/18/12 - Cincinnati, OH
09/08/12 - Atlanta, GA
09/15/12 - Chicago, IL
09/22/12 - Billings, MT
10/06/12 - Portland, OR
11/17/12 - Baltimore, MD

ATRA is one of the few sources for expert training to the transmission repair industry. To learn more about the ways ATRA provides technicians with valuable learning tools and support, visit And stay tuned for upcoming information on ATRA's annual Powertrain Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 25-29, 2012.

Founded in 1954, the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA) is an international trade association for the professional automatic transmission repair industry. Located in Oxnard, CA, ATRA has over 2,300 members worldwide, consisting of transmission rebuilders, technical subscribers, manufacturers, service providers, students and schools, all of which support training, research and improvements to vehicles driven by the motoring public. Learn more at

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