Kawasaki donates 14 vehicles to training campus

Publish Date: 
Oct 10, 2013

NORTH RANDALL, Ohio - Kawasaki has donated 14 vehicles -- a combination of streetbikes, dirtbikes, ATVs, UTVs and personal watercraft -- to PowerSport Institute for use in the school's K-Tech Professional course endorsed and suppored by Kawasaki.

"This popular course at PSI just keeps getting better," said Bernie Thompson, campus director. "Kawasaki has supported excellence in education at PSI for many years, they have given back to this industry over and over again by assisting with our student's training efforts to become a value immediately to Kawasaki dealerships."

In 2008 PSI became Kawasaki's Manufacturer Dealer Training Center, which trains Kawasaki dealer techs on the latest model technology. PSI leverages the dealer training information to enhance its Power Sport Technician program so that students graduating are provided the latest information on service techniques.  

"We love having Kawasaki on our campus," Thompson said. "It's great to work in partnership with the expert educators Kawasaki sends to our campus. While they are here on campus they evaluate our  course and provide valuable suggestions to enhance our students experiences."

From a press release. Posted by Mary Slepicka