ECAP is a training center for automotive service technicians.
We offer more than 20 different trainings covering the complete architecture of modern vehicles.
Automatic Transmissions, Diesel Engine Management, Hybrid Vehicle Drive, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, CAN and LIN Bus Communication are just some of the trainings that we offer.
One training lasts from 1 to 3 days.
After a short theoretical introduction, 70% of the training is devoted to practical work on training vehicles and models.
Trainings are held by Technical Trainers with many years of international experience.
After completing the training, you will receive an internationally recognized certificate.
Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, scripts and worksheets are included in the training price.
Since 2012, when ECAP was established, we had the opportunity to host more than 2,000 satisfied automotive service technicians.
He has many years of experience in DaimlerChrysler, Fiat and of course ECAP.
He is a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade, where he graduated in Department for Motor Vehicles. After the graduation he has worked in the bus factory IKARBUS as an Engineer for five years. Later on, he spent seven years as an international Technical Trainer and Technical Support for CHRYSLER EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), where he held trainings in over twenty countries. He also was a Technical Trainer and Technical Support in the company Fiat Cars Serbia for two years, where he held trainings for the Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia.
He is the Head of Technical Training in ECAP since its foundation in 2012.
He has been working in the automotive industry for over 20 years.
After high school graduation, where he graduated as a Engineering Contractor and Tool Builder – technician, he became a Field Maintenance ;anager in NECCO Ltd, Nigeria. He continued his career in Mercedes-Benz Yugoslavia as a Workshop Manager. After that, he worked in various positions at Chrysler for eleven years, where he held technical trainings.
Right before joining ECAP, he has worked at Mercedes-Benz Nigeria as a Supervisor for System on Vehicles.
With a high school degree in Economics as well as a college degree in Business, and previous work experience in Sales and Marketing, he began working at the ECAP school center as a Workshop Advisor in 2015.
Nikola has passed all trainings in ECAP so that he can provide quality recommendation to the automotive service technicians.
Since 2016, beside regular activities in our training center, he also works as a Manager at the Serbian Independent Association of Automotive Service Technicians.
After high school graduation in Mladenovac, in 2014 he started attending at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade. He is currently a student of Master Academic Studies in the field of Motor Vehicles.
At the end of 2016, he joined the student Project “Drumska Strela” in which he participated as a Engineer on a Supporting System of a Racing Vehicle. Later on he took over the role of a driver. After one year, he becomes the leader of the Chassis and Suspension sub-team. While working on the Project, he successfully built three vehicles.
In March 2019, he joined the ECAP School Center as a Technical Trainer Assistant.
ECAP School Center was founded by the company Ferdinand Bilstein South East Europe d.o.o. which has been present in the regional automotive spare parts market since 2003 through the brands febi, SWAG and Blue Print.
By founding the ECAP, Ferdinand Bilstein SEE wants to support automotive service technicians in Serbia and in the Balkans and to provide them education in accordance with current trends in the automotive industry in order to modernize and improve their business.
ECAP has been realised under the auspices of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development with a goal to improve all living conditions of people in developing countries.
The non-profit organization for development of private sector – Sequa from Germany, has also supported the establishment of the ECAP.