The SCRTTC delivers a broad spectrum of transit training education to a diverse membership and non-member technicians in its market areas to ensure that public transportation and people remain safe, productive and highly relevant. Please click on training courses listed in the Course Calendar below to view course details, upcoming dates (if scheduled at this time), and additional important information regarding prerequisites, what you will need to bring to class, and the cancellation policy. Please remember you will need to create a free user account to register for any SCRTTC course. If you are employed by an SCRTTC member transit agency or academic organization, your training director (or similar) will register you for your chosen course(s) utilizing an SCRTTC Member Access Code. Without this code, you will be asked to pay for the cost of the course via PayPal to complete your registration. Please contact your training director or facilitator to register properly as an SCRTTC member. Thank you for your interest in SCRTTC transit training.
Prerequisites: Course prerequisites include proficiency in #SC-EL-1600-I, #SC-EL-1600-II, #SC-EL-1600-III and #SC-EL-1600-IV. Technicians attending this course must have Allen Bradley / Dinex / Vansco protocol experience.
Course Description: This course integrates the complex system operation of three of the major suppliers of communication systems with various communication operating protocols of transit vehicleís alternatively fueled computerized engine management system. This course features the most intense lab activities due to the complexity of the J1587 / J1708 / J1939 reporting and sensing functions in the modern transit vehicle. This course is intended for the individual who has completed the previous four modules and has experience in the proper wiring harness repair techniques following symbols and manufactures schematics. Upon completion of this course, the student will have a complete understanding of the communication data backbone of alternatively fueled computerized engine management systems. This lab series is designed to help the technician simplify diagnostic processes and procedures in the work place.
Who Should Attend: This course is intended for the supervisor, technician who needs an overview of alternatively fueled computerized engine management systemís basic diagnosis.
What You Will Learn:
Course Times: 8:00am - 4:00pm each day. (SUBJECT TO CHANGE - CHECK REGISTRATION)
Number of Hours/Days: 16 Hours over 2 Days
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
|Start date||06-22-2017 8:00 am|
|End date||06-23-2017 4:00 pm|
|Cut off date||06-19-2017 11:55 pm|
|Location||OCTA Maintenance Facility|