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Prerequisites: DVOM Course (preferred) or thorough understanding of meters or an equivalent experience. Electrical I course completion or an equivalent experience.
Course Description: The class is designed to improve technicians' electrical skills and circuit diagnosis on Computerized Engine Management Systems for alternate fueled vehicles. Students will be working with a Digital Volt Ohm Meter (DVOM) in real circuit conditions. A modern technician needs a thorough understanding of Advanced Electrical Systems to properly maintain an alternate fueled vehicle. Course includes both lecture and lab experiences.
Course Benefits: The benefit of this course is designed to provide real world lab experiences for advanced electrical circuits, symbol understanding, schematic reading and circuit troubleshooting. Students will gain knowledge about circuit construction, voltage drop techniques and problem solving skills needed for computer controlled circuits.
Who Should Attend: This course is intended for supervisors and technicians who need intermediate electrical knowledge as well as an introduction to electronics for alternate fueled vehicles.
What you will learn:
Each course day is defined by the following relevant learning topics.
Course Times: This course will be held on 2 consecutive days, January 24 and January 25; Start/Ends times for each day are 8:00am - 4:00pm. (SUBJECT TO CHANGE – CHECK REGISTRATION)
Special Parking Information: Parking will be available at the corner of W. Olympic Boulevard and Taylor Avenue in the fenced-in lot.
Number of Hours/Days: 16 Hours over 2-Days
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
|Start date||01-24-2018 8:00 am|
|End date||01-25-2018 4:00 pm|
|Cut off date||01-22-2018|
|Location||MBL (previously known as Montebello Bus Lines)|