I really wish that word (training) would be thrown out. The training presented in the last 20 years has been either a sales pitch for a product line, or, designed to make money for the trainers-!!
What is really needed is complete and accurate INFORMATION-!! Information at a sensible cost (investment) level. NASTF and R2R have not solved a darn thing. Manufacturers use the tactic of extortionist pricing to intentionally inhibit access to information. It’s too bad people can’t see the sham scam for what it really is.
“There, there, Mr. Smith. If only you had brought your vehicle to our dealership, you wouldn’t have this trouble now”
Barefaced LIES regarding a particular part are proven to be LIES but only after the cat was let out of the bag and the internal system memo revealed that the original part number specifically asked for and supplied by the manufacturer was a different part number-!!