Training & Clinics

Our ASE-Certified trainers travel the country to help keep technicians up-to-date with the latest vehicle technology.

More Than Just Parts

Making great auto parts is our bread and butter, but we know how quickly the automotive industry and automotive technology can change. This is why we offer training clinics across North America in English and Spanish. Whether you're a technician, a shop owner, a parts professional, or an automotive school, our ASE-Certified trainers teach the most up-to-date automotive methods and strategies that you will face in your day-to-day work.

To learn more about scheduling a clinic in your area, contact your local parts store to request an in-person CARDONE clinic in your neighborhood.

Our Clinics

Hybrid Drive Systems: This course highlights major battery components, safety procedures, high voltage tools and special testing equipment. We review various methods to determine if the HV battery needs to be replaced using scan tool data and road testing techniques. We discuss detailed Safety Service Procedures before, during, and after HV battery replacement. We review case studies related to HV batteries and TSB's and we take a close look into the causes of overheating and failure of batteries, modifications, and improvements and jump start and readiness procedures. This clinic will help expand your skills in hybrid battery service.

Hydraulic & Electronic Power Steering: This course, we demonstrate how to diagnose the root cause of power steering failure and provide best practices and installation techniques. We also explain the importance of a complete Power Steering System repair, including how to sell a "Full System Service" which includes proper fluids, system flush, filters, coolers, and hoses. The course also reviews Electronic Power Steering service procedures, including safety procedures, diagnostic techniques and re-learning procedures. We also provide hands-on experience using both Hydraulic and Electronic Power Steering simulators.

Turbochargers: This course highlights various turbo design details, components, safety procedures, tools, special testing, equipment and technical tips. We cover common turbocharger myths and review various methods to determine if the turbocharger needs to be replaced using scan tool data and on-vehicle diagnostic techniques. The course reviews failure analysis and root-cause autopsies that will help technicians avoid repeat failure on newly installed turbos, as well as best practices and installation procedures. 

Where We Are

January 23 - 25, 2020 Dallas, TX
February 10, 2020 Florida
March 2, 2020 Cincinnati, OH
March 3, 2020 Indianapolis, IN

March 4, 2020

Danville, IL
April 5 - 10. 2020 Las Vegas, NV
April 27 - 30, 2020 Vancouver, BC
May 5 - 7, 2020 Calgary, AB
June 2 - 4, 2020 Edmonton, AB



A small sample of what can be found in our clinics are presented in these 30-minute webinars below. Our in-person, hands-on clinics go much further in-depth on each subject. Click on the images below to view our webinars.