eXponentia is a company offering technical training and technical helpline, created by seven leading automotive industry suppliers: Gates, Johnson Controls (Varta), MS Motor Service International (Kolbenschmidt Pierburg), SKF, Tenneco (Monroe, Walker), TRW and Valeo. The joint-venture was founded in response to the dramatic increase in the technical complexity of vehicles, which demands ever rising technical expertise from automotive mechanics.
The eXponentia mission is to offer the European independent aftermarket mechanics (IAM) the technical expertise required to repair all vehicles, including the most recent, in order to strengthen their sales and profitability for the future. As world leaders in the automotive market, the eXponentia partners make available the latest know-how to the independent aftermarket through the eXponentia training modules.
eXponentia offers two major services across their markets: Technical Training and Technical Helpline.
eXponentia key factors:
•Technical expertise: Training program developed with the technical expertise from all the Partners, plus multi-country training experience from the last seven years. All modules have been developed with the specific needs of the IAM in mind, to maximise training efficacy. Multi-level system training program adapted to the IAM needs. High quality technical information constantly updated with the technical know - how from the partners.
•Pan - European offer of technical services – technical training and helpline in Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and Poland. More countries will soon be added.
•Up to date with the latest legislation: with the latest legislation: Thanks to the unique international structure eXponentia is able to train and certify for the European qualification in the F Gas Regulation in Belgium, Holland, France, Germany and the UK.
•Technical Helpline: offers mechanics immediate telephone assistance with solving any diagnostic and repair problems on passenger vehicles of any brand. Just make a call!
•Training is performed as close as possible to the mechanics place of work to reduce travel time and costs, is performed with groups of around nine mechanics for close contact with the trainers, contains a maximum of hands on training for effective learning, and is focused on a 'need to know' program.