Technical Service Schools
Astec, formerly Roadtec, offers technical training customized for each product line: Pavers, Cold Planers and MTVs
Road Construction Technical Training is best for mechanics and technicians who have previous knowledge of electrical and hydraulics schematics. Sessions are customized and focus on one product line: Pavers, Cold Planers or MTVs. Attendees learn valuable technical skills for diagnostics and repair. Carlson and Roadtec brands will be featured.
Registration Opens October 4, 2022
Hotel information will be posted when registration opens.
Asphalt Paver Technical Service School
This three-day training school offers valuable experience to increase skills and machine uptime through classroom and hands-on instruction delivered by experienced factory specialists. Topics covered include safe operation, maintenance and service, troubleshooting, electrical systems and hydraulic systems of road-building paver equipment. Additionally, students will learn grade control and screed adjustment. Carlson and Roadtec brand schools are offered. Cost is $500 per person, per day. Two sessions for each school are offered.
Roadtec Asphalt Paver Technical Service School
- Session 1: January 24-26
- Session 2: January 31-February 2
Carlson Asphalt Paver Technical Service School
- Session 1: March 13-14
- Session 2: March 15-16
Cold Planer Technical Service School
The three-day milling training school offers students valuable experience through hands-on and classroom instruction on topics including proper cold planer maintenance, troubleshooting, electrical systems, and hydraulic systems to increase machine uptime. Additional courses also include grade control and wear component recognition. Cost is $500 per person, per day. Two sessions are offered.
- Session 1: February 14-16
- Session 2: February 21-23
Material Transfer Vehicle Technical Service School
The two-day Shuttle Buggy™ training school offers technicians and operators valuable experience and training in proper maintenance, troubleshooting, electrical systems and hydraulic systems to increase machine uptime. Courses include best practices and wear component recognition, taught by industry experts. Cost is $500 per person, per day. Two sessions are offered.
- Session 1: February 27-28
- Session 2: March 1-2