I think Jason, and others advice is best. Find a good ducati mechanic and convince them to let you learn from them. You might even be able to get paid a few bucks in the process, but I wouldn't expect much.
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There might also be the issue of liability if a mechanic/ tech has no formal certification. If the shop gets sued for something that went wrong and the mechanic isn't a trained mechanic, then that could work against the shop.
Also, I'm not sure how the Ducati warranty works but if a Ducati that's under warranty is brought into the customer's favourite shop for regular service (oil change and such) and the mechanic there isn't "Ducati certified", could DNA void the warranty?
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