training

For over 50 years, Penske’s maintenance technicians have powered our industry-leading fleets. At Penske, we’re proud to provide career development opportunities that keep our techs on the cutting edge of the technology and trends shaping transportation. We’re simply committed to growing and training the best talent on the planet.

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Penske Truck Leasing has been reaccredited by the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), following a rigorous review process with industry education partner, the ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC), ensuring the company continues to meet or exceed the highest quality and performance standards for continuing service education.

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Any former student knows that the months leading up to graduation can be just as daunting as they are exciting. On one hand, there is the pride and relief that floods in as the finish line appears; on the other, there is a looming sense of time ticking down as the job search begins. Add to that the pressure of finding your way in a brand-new career path, and the whole time period can quickly become very overwhelming. Penske collision repair centers are on a mission to change that.

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Diesel technicians are at the heart of a strong maintenance program, and technicians remain in demand. The Department of Labor has reported that the employment of diesel service technicians and mechanics is expected to grow by 5% from 2018 to 2028. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has also reported that 67,000 technicians will be needed to replace retired workers, and 75,000 new techs must be added to meet demand by 2022.

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