Interactive, on-line courses are the latest in powersports training tools
IRVINE, CA – March 31, 2011- (Motor Sports Newswire) – Powersports University announced today the addition of three Renthal training courses to its global, on-line powersports program.
The three 10 minute, interactive and LMS (Learning Management System) -backed courses are entitled “Renthal–The Brand, The Features and Benefits, and How to Display & Sell.” As with all Powersports University courses, participants can earn rewards using the “Earn as U Learn” system noted on the homepage at www.powersportsu.com. Individuals completing the three Renthal courses will receive a limited edition Renthal hat and t-shirt in addition to receiving a one time, 50% retail discount on Renthal product.
Renthal’s National Sales Manager, David Kaiser, noted “These three courses are an excellent way to increase anyone’s fundamental knowledge of the Renthal brand and product lines. This format of interactive, online training allows both distributor and dealer sales staff to consistently learn how to answer technical and sales questions from customers. Trained graduates always make better and more specific recommendations to our riding customers so register and enroll now!”
These three recently added courses add to an already impressive lineup of premium powersports curriculums including Vance & Hines, Progressive Suspension, and Performance Machine. These brands also participate in the “Earn As U Learn” rewards programs on the website. Additional brands and courses are currently in the works.
About Powersports University
Powersports University is an on-line training community created for industry sales representatives and dealership employees to become better and more competitive in the areas of aftermarket suspension, exhausts, wheels, controls, custom accessories, UTV components and more.
The focus of the university is the enhancement of knowledge of product as a vehicle for increasing dealer sales. Programs are enhanced with not only brand and technology training, but also suggests optimal merchandising strategies.