‘Sizable sales increase’ for retailers taking training course, says Electric Mobility

Electric Mobility James Tucker programing a Rascal Pioneer – training course CROP

On average companies that complete the Electric Mobility engineer training course see an “immediate sizable sales increase”.

That’s the claim from the supplier, which says its course is designed to drive revenue opportunities for its dealer network and keep them up to date on service training on Rascal products.

The company’s latest training course was held at a retailer’s site – Mobility Aids in Petebrorough – as opposed to Electric Mobility’s HQ in Somerset. It was delivered by James Tucker, senior technician regionally in the Midlands.

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Electric Mobility believes that good training leads to increased expertise and can win new business and drive repeat business. It says its course has already been well received with 73% of delegates, who attended during the first half of 2017, rating the course as being excellent.

“Our comprehensive training and ‘hands on’ approach provides the knowledge and skills necessary to compete in today’s marketplace,” said Elaine Leighton, marketing and communications manager.

“Because the demands placed on a Dealer’s business never stop growing, we’re proud to deliver a course content containing the latest solutions, operational information and troubleshooting with interactive exercises and excellent course materials, all free of charge.”

By investing time and effort into partnerships with its dealers, Electric Mobility says it works with them across all levels to support and reinforce the existing expertise of the dealer.

James Tucker, Jason Watling (Mobility Aids) and John Wrigley (area dealer manager, Electric Mobility)

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  1. thanks for the article! I think it should be a huge industry effort in order to standarize batteries. The future of independent life mobility for people depends on this. Mike

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