Tag: VASA Wire & Gas

Heavily discounted early bird Wire & Gas tickets are now on sale, with the world-class training and education line-up remaining largely as published in 2020 when the event was postponed due to the pandemic. Full delegate passes are available from $985 inc GST for VASA members, with a further 10% discount available for multi-delegate bookings from within Continue reading Wire & Gas 2022 Early Bird tickets on sale NOW!

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association’s (AAAA) director of government relations and advocacy, Lesley Yates, will deliver a well-timed seminar at Wire & Gas 2022 about the mandatory repair information sharing law that will come into effect on July 1 next year – shortly before VASA’s flagship conference takes place. Lesley will talk about the unique Continue reading Repair info sharing law seminar confirmed for W&G as AASRA holds inaugural board meeting

EV & hybrid expert Craig Van Batenburg to train at Wire & Gas 2020

World renowned hybrid and EV repair expert Craig Van Batenburg from the United States is confirmed to train at Wire & Gas 2020 on his first-ever visit to Australia. A workshop owner turned training provider through his Automotive Career Development Center (ACDC) in Worcester, Massachusetts, Craig’s peerless knowledge of vehicle electrification stems from his first Continue reading EV & hybrid expert Craig Van Batenburg to train at Wire & Gas 2020

Redarc Electronics has continued its award winning streak, being named Exporter of The Year at the 15th annual Manufacturers Monthly Endeavour Awards and taking home a prize for its innovative “Redvision” total vehicle management system (TVMS) at the 2018 Good Design Awards. The Adelaide-based company was a finalist in three categories at this year’s Manufacturers Continue reading Redarc’s award winning streak continues

Whispers of success

Judging by the frequent gasps from members of the audience during Rachael Sheldrick’s presentation at Wire & Gas 2018, a number of delegates were having several ‘aha’ moments as the lady known as Workshop Whisperer led them through ways of collaborating with non-competitive businesses and using social media to get new customers through the door. Continue reading Whispers of success