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.
THIS IS AN ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING WORKSHOP!
Prerequisites: Personal experience with Volt-Ohm Meter Desired
Prerequisites: DVOM Course (preferred), or thorough understanding of meters or an equivalent experience.
Course description: The blended course offering is designed to improve a technician's basic electrical skills and circuit diagnosis. Students will work with a Digital Volt-Ohm Meter (DVOM) in actual circuit conditions as well as in virtual simulated conditions. The class is a combination of online self-paced instruction and in-class face-to-face instruction. Reference Material will be provided as Resources.
Course benefits: The benefit of this course is to prepare students for advanced electrical circuits, schematic reading and circuit troubleshooting. Students will gain knowledge about series and parallel circuit construction, and voltage drop techniques and problem solving skills needed for proper diagnosis and repair of alternatively fueled vehicles.
Who should attend: Those who have taken eDVOM or as determined by Supervisor.
What you will learn: Online: Schematic symbols, Relays, Cooling System, Wiring Diagrams Overview, Variable Resistors, Temp Sensors, Circuit Types, Solenoids, Ignition Systems.
In-class: Safety, Series Circuit Activities & Virtual Simulations, Series Parallel Circuit Activities & Virtual Simulations, Knowledge Review Activities, Parallel Circuit Activities & Virtual Simulations, Relay Activities & Virtual Simulations
By the end of this course the student will be able to:
Course Times: Online Self-paced and self-directed. In-class 8am to 4pm (SUBJECT TO CHANGE – CHECK REGISTRATION).
Students are required to attend an orientation at the start of the course.
Number of Hours/Days: 8 hours online over a 2-week period and 8 hours in-class for 1-day instructor facilitated training.
Course Start Date: December 14, 2017 - 10:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. You are required to attend an orientation in person to begin the course.
Course Completion Date: January 11, 2018, beginning at 8:00 am. You are required to attend an 8-hour hands-on instruction & return issued iPad.
Number of Days: Self-paced and self-directed; 16 hours over 4 weeks to complete the course. You are required to attend in person at the stated location on both the course start date and the course conclusion date to return issued iPad.
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 0
CSULB BeachBoard Access Requirements
How to access your course for the first time?
Everyone will be issued a California State University, Long Beach Campus Identification Number (BeachID User Account). Your Campus Identification Number, along with instructions on how to log in, will be emailed to you. Along with how to access your course for the first time, an orientation module will be available that will contain the following useful information:
1. How to access your course for the first time?
2. Beachboard ID Activation/Login Procedure
3. How to Find Your Course?
4. My Home
5. Course Home
6. Accessing Course Content
7. Taking Assessments
8. How to track your assessment progress (grades)?
9. Beachboard (Desire2Learn) Resources for Instructors and Students
If you have any issues, please contact your training facilitator.
|Start date||12-14-2017 10:00 am|
|End date||12-14-2017 12:00 pm|
|Cut off date||12-08-2017|
|Location||Montebello Bus Lines - Distance Learning Courses|