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Academy - New Summer Courses!

by Taylor Jensen on May, 15 2014 in Ag Leader, Training & Support

With planting season in full swing, growers and dealers alike are working around the clock to get the crop planted.  Here at the training center we are staying plenty busy as well, as we prepare for the summer training season.  In the midst of planting most do not think of harvest. However, I am excited to announce that we will be offering Harvest 100 an online course to our dealer network!  Online courses allows our dealers the advantage of completing training from anywhere at any time! 


To help dealers’ new employees get up-to-speed on Ag Leader products more quickly, we’ve been hard at work developing a “New Employee” course bundle.  With this course bundle dealers have the ability to send a new employee for one week of training that exposes them to all of the Ag Leader product lines and gives them hands-on technical experience.  The New Employee course bundle will allow our dealer network to streamline the training process.


As equipment and technology progress and become more complex, the understanding of electrical and hydraulic systems becomes increasingly important.  Ag Leader’s training center has acknowledged the need for a more in-depth study of these systems.  During the winter training season we ran a trial offering an Electrical and Hydraulic fundamentals course.  This course was a big success with excellent reviews from dealers!  For the approaching summer training season we are happy to again be offering the Electric and Hydraulic fundamentals course.


As dealers and customers push their way through spring, we here at the training center are busy building new course content and looking forward to the next training season. We hope to see you at the Ag Leader Academy this summer!

Taylor Jensen

Taylor began working at Ag Leader in January of 2012 as a member of the technical support team. In June of 2013 Taylor made a transition to the Academy as a Training Specialist. During his time in the technical support group he had held the position of Displays and Harvest Specialist. Prior to Ag Leader Taylor attended Iowa Central Community College and obtained a degree in Electrical maintenance. Taylor worked as a Custom Applicator prior to coming to work for Ag Leader. In his spare time he enjoys helping on the farm, hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.

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