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Prerequisites: Brakes for Transit I - #SC-BR-1300-I (preferred).
Course Description: This course covers the principles of operation, construction, trouble-shooting and repair of transit bus air brake and accessory systems. Preventive maintenance procedures as well as legal requirements for transit bus brake systems are also covered.
Course Benefits: Transit bus technicians will receive comprehensive operation and repair training of pneumatic brake and accessory systems. The course will cover the supply and control side of transit air systems. Upon completion of this course, the technician will have a solid understanding of how an air system works as well as hands-on experience in trouble-shooting techniques and repair procedures of air brake system.
What You Will Learn:
Number of Days: 16 Hours over 2 Days
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
|Start date||05-22-2018 7:00 am|
|End date||05-23-2018 3:30 pm|
|Cut off date||05-17-2018|
|Location||Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Oak Hall, Classroom F231|