Training

Bee Line Company offers training courses focused on the principles and techniques of performing computerized wheel alignment and truck frame correction. A fully equipped training center located near our manufacturing facility in Bettendorf, Iowa, provides the ultimate learning environment.

With more than 90 years of experience in wheel alignment and frame correction, you can trust Bee Line to help you succeed. These hands-on training courses have been developed to advance a beginning technician’s skills to the next level as well as an experienced alignment technician who wants to refresh their skills and knowledge.

Course Descriptions

Alignment Course

  • 5 day course
  • 8 hours of classroom time
  • 32 hours hands-on training

This training course is designed to teach the principles of alignment theory, vehicle (suspension system) inspection and equipment operation to an individual with one year or less service technician experience, as well as an experienced alignment technician who wants to refresh his skills and knowledge. The course provides an overview of suspension and steering systems with detailed instruction on performing proper inspection procedures.

Bee Line Technician Training

Bee Line’s 5-day Alignment Course is broken into two components: classroom instruction and hands-on training. Among other things, participants will receive an overview of alignment equipment and learn about calibration, diagnostics and the benefits of axle correction in the classroom setting. The hands-on portion will teach students suspension and steering inspection, demonstrate Bee Line’s exclusive computerized system and show how to measure camber, caster, toe and tracking.


Learning Objectives
The participant who completes this course will be able to:
1. Describe the effects that improper wheel alignment will have on tire wear and vehicle handling.
2. Recognize factors that have the largest impact on alignment, including camber, caster, toe and tracking.
3. Operate computerized alignment systems to perform measurements.


Frame Correction Course

  • 4 day course
  • 4 hours of classroom time
  • 28 hours hands-on training

This training course is designed to teach the principles of truck frame correction. Participants will learn to diagnose, set up and correct common frame misalignment conditions in heavy duty trucks and trailers. It is designed for an individual with one year or less correction technician experience, as well as a seasoned technician looking to refresh his skills and knowledge.

Bee Line Training Courses

Bee Line’s Frame Correction Course is 4 days long and combines classroom instruction with hands-on training. Classroom highlights throughout the curriculum include teaching students about personal and equipment safety, basic frame damage conditions and diagnosis of misalignment by utilizing measuring and gauging procedures. In the hands-on portion, students will learn “cold-working” techniques, repair methods, equipment set-up and use, correction evaluation, Advanced Aligner System operation and frame reinforcement procedures.


Learning Objectives
The participant who completes this course will be able to:
1. Recognize the factors that have the largest impact on alignment.
2. Diagnose and set up misalignment corrections, including side sway, twist, sag and diamond conditions.

3. Operate Bee Line Advanced Aligner Machine to perform measurements and corrections

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