As the automotive industry’s leading employment and training solutions provider, Autotech Group recently unveiled plans for its new company division, Autotech Connect, to help the automotive aftermarket effectively implement technology into their businesses and mitigate the growing risk of cybercrime threats.
As part of the Autotech Connect launch, the company’s Automechanika stand includes an interactive booth featuring Assisted Reality headsets for visitors to try on and experience.
Operating the UK’s largest network of temporary vehicle technicians and MOT testers, Autotech Group was originally founded as a recruitment company, committed to covering resource gaps within the automotive industry.
Its Autotech Training and Autotech Academy divisions were subsequently created in a direct bid to meet the challenges facing the automotive aftermarket head-on and mitigate the impact of the ongoing skills shortage.
Demonstrating its ongoing commitment to keeping workshops running, Autotech Group has brought each of the four divisions together at Automechanika. Visitors to Stand J92 can speak to representatives from Autotech Training to hear how they can upskill their staff with the latest accredited training courses, including EV, and understand how they can boost their workforce by taking on newly qualified automotive talent through Autotech Academy’s paid internship initiative.
Along with further information on Autotech Connect, representatives from Autotech Recruit are also available to discuss how using a freelance vehicle technician or MOT tester can significantly help save a garage £££’s a day in potential lost revenue.