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Service School

7th December 1951
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Page 47, 7th December 1951 — Service School
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STRIPPING and rebuilding engines, transmission and suspension systems 'according to a strict schedule form the basis of the practical instruction given at the Rootes Service School at Stoke Aldermoor, Coventry, which was' officially opened last week.

The new school was, in fact, started some 18 months ago, and there has been a long waiting list for the three main courses since the various classrooms were completed. The courses are open to any member of the Rootes distributor-dealer organization and instruction is given on private cars And commercial vehicles_ Representatives from many overseas countries, including the Continent, the USA., Canada and the Argentine, have•already attended the courses.

Three separate classrooms are' provided for the practical work and are equipped with a sufficient number of Unit assemblies for each pair of pupils to work independently under super


Locations: Coventry

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