ConMet launches upgraded training website

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Updated Jan 19, 2022

ConMet has launched a new, upgraded online training website. The video-based online training features two courses, Hub 101 and Brake Drum 101, which provides users with essential knowledge of ConMet wheel end hubs and brake drums, including inspection and identification, recommended service, replacement or reinstallation, lubrication and much more.

“With over 4,000 current users, our online training is regarded as one of the best in the industry,” says Brian Rieger, vice president of North American sales. “Over the many years that we’ve offered this type of training, it has proven that online learning not only works, but it is a great addition to our hands-on training. We are excited to now give our valued learners access to the new upgraded experience.”

The new learning management system (LMS) website includes an enhanced user experience, featuring an easy-to-navigate user dashboard that displays learners’ enrollment status and course progress. Users have complete control of their training experience, including the flexibility to start and stop as needed and review previous chapters at any time. Assessment quizzes enhance and sharpen user knowledge of each topic, and learners can download and print certificates after successfully completing the courses.

Attendees can see the new training website at ConMet Booth 1409 during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW), Jan. 24-27, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas. Or, to sign up and begin learning now, visit        

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