Kawasaki Motors Australia provide education facilities with some of the latest motorcycle technology on the market. Staff from Kawasaki Motors Australia head office made their way to the Tasmanian TAFE, Alanvale campus to handover a Pilot Production 2019 Versys 1000 SE.

 Nick Cameron, Tasmanian State automotive education manager, and TAFE teaching staff were very appreciative of the support and are looking forward to delivering high-end hands on servicing and diagnostic training using the Versys 1000 SE and KVCS. Tas TAFE also still use a Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic donated a few year ago for vocational training. 

Kawasaki Technical Services Assistant Manager, Jeremy Fuller: "We provided KLZ1000DKF product knowledge and KVCS training to the TAFE teaching staff and our Kawasaki dealers over the two days. It was well attended by our Tasmanian motorcycle dealers from Scotts Motorcycles, Spreyton Motorcycle and from Bikeworks in Hobart. There were five TAFE teaching staff in attendance from the three Tasmanian TAFE's, the Alanvale, Hobart and Burnie campuses and one very talented female first year motorcycle technician apprentice. The attending dealer staff were really happy with the training provided and were particularly interested in the new KVCS data logging function."

 Kawasaki Australia looks forward to working with our existing and new TAFE partners in the future to ensure the current and next generation of technicians have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the latest Kawasaki models fitted with state of the art technology.

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