Hunter Engineering Company leads the under-vehicle service equipment industry and accepts the responsibility to train tomorrow's technicians. Based on Hunter's know-how and industry-leading technology, Hunter Training begins with concept theory and discussion (40%) and finishes with hands-on training (60%). All Hunter Training classes are led by ASE-certified instructors and all training material is kept up-to-date through a rigorous curriculum review process.
Hunter Engineering Company educates thousands of students per year through a network of training centers located throughout the country.
Hunter's training headquarters is located in St. Louis, with regional training facilities located across the country. Each regional facility offers a variety of wheel service classes conducted by a full-time ASE-certified instructor. Fully equipped training service bays offer hands-on practice using the latest Hunter equipment. Heavy-duty truck alignment facilities offer alignment training on class 8 trucks and semi-trailers.
Real World Instruction
Small classes provide students an opportunity for hands-on experience. Classroom time is minimized so each student can focus on skill application. Emphasis is placed on learning equipment operation throughout the course.
Low Student-Teacher Ratio
Fewer than ten students per class is the norm. This allows for interactive discussions and more time for students to work one-on-one with the instructor.
Variety of Courses
Hunter Engineering offers a variety of training courses in:
Special courses may be created upon request and field seminars are available.
- Wheel alignment
- Wheel balancing
- Custom wheel and tire changing
Hunter training centers allow students to train on the latest Hunter undercar service equipment.