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Technical Update Training Seminars

Using the DSO in the classroom - intro and diagnosis

TT2

This class will demonstrate how to obtain and evaluate numerous DSO signal waveforms obtained from common engine input sensors (APP, MAF, MAP, IAT, ECT, HO2S, etc),  output actuators (ignit...

A/C UPDATES

TT3

This training class discusses both existing and new refrigerants used in today’s vehicles including R1234yf.  We discuss new and modified components of modern A/C systems including IH...

Electronics of modern air brakes ABS ATC ESP

TT5

In this training session, we discuss the electrification of modern air brake systems including antilock braking systems, traction control systems, stability control systems, and much more. Using...

Modern fuel injection systems - GDI

TT7

In this course, we discuss the evolution past and present fuel injection systems and the impact they have had on engine combustion, emissions and fuel economy.   We share best practice...

Autonomous Automobiles: The Butterfly Effect

TT10

2 hr

Who will need to own a car in 2020?

Whether you believe autonomous vehicles are coming to stay or not, the concept is worth discussion! In t...

Team-Based Learning: Beyond Small Groups

TT11

3-4 hrs

Team-Based Learning (TBL) is a strategy to transform a classroom of students into high-performance learning teams. Let's face it; career technol...

First Day Jitters

TT13

1.5 hrs

So, you made the decision that you want to quit wrenching and become an automotive instructor? Then right after the classroom keys are handed over t...

Diagnosing CAN Bus at the DLC

TT15

This seminar will show technicians and instructors the information available at the DLC on a CAN vehicle.  We will use a multi-meter, DSO and a computer-based scanner.  This seminar wi...

Teaching Ignition Theory, Diagnosis and Repair, Using a DMM and a DSO

TT16

This seminar will first identify the different types of ignition systems on the road.  We will discuss the differences emphasizing module function, computer function, coils, and input senso...

A hand’s On Approach to Teaching Circuit Analysis and Ohm’s Law

TT17

The fundamentals of electricity/electronics seem to be a stumbling block for many automotive students.  This seminar will offer what may be a non-traditional method of teaching the fundamen...

Teaching Diagnosis with a DSO (intro to DSO part 2 of 2)

TT18

This seminar will follow the intro to the DSO class and will have the intent of giving instructors practice in capturing and analyzing patterns, using both voltage and current waveforms. &n...

Teaching GDI (Gas Direct Injection) Diagnosis at the DLC

TT20

In this seminar we will look at how a GDI system functions.  We will discuss what components are common to most systems and look at fuel pump controls, injector waveforms and the use of fue...

A New Look at Some Old Sensors – Back to the Basics!

TT21

This seminar will examine speed and positions sensors: how they work, why they fail, and where they are used.  We will connect a DMM and a DSO to a trainer displaying live patterns and disc...

Teaching Computer Control Using Cause and Effect Relationships

TT22

This seminar will emphasize how to teach computer control by using the cause and effect relationship present. We will use a DMM, scanner and a DSO comparing how a signal effects a computer outpu...

 

Testimonials

I got the half car out of the crate and working yesterday and today I had my Level 3 Electronic Climate Control diagnostics lab using it. This teaching aid is great! The workmanship and design is excellent and it is just perfect for the Level 3 curriculum, including the upcoming changes. We were fortunate that the IPro scan tool we received from the Uniselect donation communicates quite well with the Audi CAN bus system. The Audi also has the electronically controlled, clutchless compressor which is covered in our theory classes so it's a good reinforcement to be able to see it in action, manipulate it and communicate with it. I am very pleased with the quality and applicability of our ConsuLab products (including the engine/AC bench we got recently). They allow me to teach up to 8 students in great detail, whereas only one or two at a time can be involved in a full car. I am looking forward to the imminent arrival of our AC board. Thanks for your excellent insight of design and quality of manufacturing.

Prof. Thomas Brown, Centennial College

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