Connect with us

News

BRP Opens New Training Institute at Wisconsin Manufacturing Facility

Advertisement
BRP’s new training institute expects to welcome about 500 visitors per year

BRP’s new training institute expects to welcome about 500 visitors per year

Earlier this month, BRP opened a state-of-the-art technician training institute within its Sturtevant, Wisconsin manufacturing facility. This new institute will train dealers and their employees to maintain and repair all BRP vehicles, engines and accessories.

Alain Villemure, vice president and general manager of BRP’s Marine Propulsion Systems division and Martin Soucy, vice president of its global after-sales function, participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony before employees, media and the general public.

Advertisement
Click Here to Read More
Advertisement

“BRP’s seven product lines are sold in over 100 countries through 4,200 dealers,” said Soucy. “We continue to implement a series of initiatives that allow BRP to remain a reference in the powersports industry worldwide. This training institute, one of five that cover our regions across five continents, is a focused investment to better equip our U.S. network to deliver an excellent customer service.”

“We are grateful to the Village of Sturtevant and the Racine County Economic Development Corporation for their support in the creation of this world-class training institute that has allowed us to create and secure over 20 full-time positions. The new institute will bring around 500 visitors a year to the region,” said Villemure. “The Evinrude brand has a storied relationship with South Eastern Wisconsin and BRP is excited to open up this new chapter.”

Technicians from dealerships all over North and South America will be fully trained and certified on all Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, Rotax and Can-Am products in this new institute, alongside the existing Evinrude training center.

Advertisement
Click to comment

POPULAR POSTS

Apparel

ScorpionEXO R1 Air Helmet

News

Polaris Announces Re-Engineered Slingshot for 2020

Tech Tips

Harley-Davidson Jackshaft Assembly

Gravity and Vacuum Fuel Pumps: Maintaining Efficiency

Connect