Meceola Tech and Sullivan Training Systems announces a 4-day, 32-hour Essential Diagnostics Electrical Training, June 4-6, 2019 — 8:00 am-4:30 pm
June 7, 2019 — 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Essential Electrical Diagnostics is a comprehensive, hands-on course designed specifically for technicians. It applies to those who work in the automotive, heavy equipment, and truck industry or in an industrial setting. This course teaches all the necessary fundamental electrical concepts that up-to-date technicians need to troubleshoot electrical systems. It also prepares technicians for higher level training.
The highlight of the class will be learning how to use the voltmeter with greater accuracy and confidence to avoid the costly and annoying practice of disconnecting circuits and using the ohmmeter with jumper wires.
Students will build OEM-based circuits, use these circuits for experimentation and meter/schematic reading exercises, and at the end of the class, will have a 5-HOUR hands-on troubleshooting test where they will diagnose and repair 30 faults in six circuits – never using the ohmmeter.
This class covers the full range of the principles of electrical troubleshooting — from Ohm’s Law to Fundamental Computer Diagnostics — but it IS NOT a watered-down curriculum. The course is fast-paced and very demanding, yet easily grasped and very effective because it uses hands-on, practical projects that parallel the discussion and lecture.
The focus is on diagnostic thinking, circuit analysis, and system operation.
Students must bring to class digital multimeters and schematics for the equipment they work on. Please bring schematic chapter to include key legends and all relative information. If you are purchasing multimeter, make sure it is an auto ranging meter.
$750.00 includes the cost of LOAD pro Leads and FET Shop book.
For more information or TO REGISTER contact:
15830 190th Avenue
Big Rapids, MI 49307
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Payments are due prior to the start of class in the form of cash, credit card or check (made payable to Mecosta-Osceola Career Center). No-shows will be invoiced.