3-Day Hands-On Auto/Truck
Electrical Troubleshooting Workshop
April 8-10, 2013
(Workshop concludes at 11:30AM on the 10th)
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About the 3-Day, Phase
A condensed vehicle electrical
troubleshooting training program that minimizes time away from
the shop yet still develops a technician's essential electrical
all the electrical system troubleshooting a technician can perform
on an auto or truck electrical system with just a DMM and a Current
Clamp when he knows what to do!
Cost to attend this workshop is $895.00
Print Out Registration Form Click Here
You will complete
this 3-Day Phase 1 Workshop with greater ability to troubleshoot
auto/truck electrical circuits with proven step-by-step troubleshooting
procedures to follow using only a DMM and DC Current Clamp. Hands-on
electrical troubleshooting practice builds self confidence and
troubleshooting skill to successfully troubleshoot electrical
problems the first day back on the job.
You can never get enough of this kind of auto/truck/heavy
equipment electrical - electronics troubleshooting training!
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Workshop Curriculum Hands-On Electrical Workshop - Phase 1
away from the shop and still great vehicle electrical troubleshooting
training by Vince Fischelli.
Students arrive at the
hotel the evening before the first class day. At the hotel registration
desk students are given a copy of "Electrical SHORTCUTS"
and an arrival letter with last minute instructions.
Get some reading done before the first class day. Highly recommend
students read Section 1.
Class starts at 8:00 AM in the hotel
meeting room on the first floor.
"Essential Electrical Troubleshooting Skills with Hands-On
1 covers electrical/electronics troubleshooting training using
Kit, H-111 Troubleshooting Trainer (H-PCB01/02). Students learn how to test and measure
circuit voltage, current and resistance with a DMM and what the
readings tell you about a circuit. Students study how circuits
fail and how to interpret live circuit readings to determine
a circuit problem. Reading of schematic diagrams is explained.
Then students troubleshoot 32 individual live electrical circuit
problems one at a time for hands-on practice troubleshooting
vehicle electrical circuits.
Lunch provided at a local restaurant.
"Troubleshooting Electrical Problems On-The-Car with
a DMM & Current Clamp"
Students receive lecture,
demonstartion and hands-on practice explained in their own copy
Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS" ($78.00 value, 250 pages) to learn how
to troubleshoot battery problems, cranking problems and charging
on-the-vehicle with just a DMM and a DC Current Clamp.
Tests then are performed on-the-vehicle for live hands-on
practice as each topic is covered.
Lunch provided at a local restaurant.
"More Electrical Troubleshooting On-The-Car With
FIRST THINGS FIRST"
Students receive their own laminated
copy of FIRST
THINGS FIRST ($60.00
value) used to troubleshoot a vehicle's primary 14V electrical
system with the systematic troubleshooting procedure described
THINGS FIRST. The test procedure is reviewed before
students practice hands-on using vehicles. Students return
home in the afternoon of the third day.
PLENTY OF HANDS-ON
PRACTICE PROVIDED IN THREE DAYS SO TECHS DEVELOP TROUBLESHOOTING
SKILLS TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL AUTO/TRUCK ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC
All test equipment is
size limited to 12 students. Continental Breakfast provided by
the hotel. Lunch is included for the first two days for workshops
|Payment must be made in advance. Checks not accepted within 10
days before a class.
Technicians receive three books used in the Workshop written
by Vince Fischelli wth a retail value of $168.00.
Hotel offers students special rate per night so ask for Veejer Workshop rate.
Technicians are loaned a DMM and DC Current Clamp to use during
can purchase the same DMM and DC Current Clamp for $149.00 plus
tax (brand new). Both are explained in SHORTCUTS and used in the workshop. Techs can
take them back to the shop so they can continue their electrical troubleshooting.
Check the box on the Registration form and we'll have your DMM
and Current Clamp for you on the first day of the workshop. We
will add this charge to your credit card number you supply.
Technicians may also bring their own DMM and DC Current Clamp to
Technicians may connect to return flights at DFW Airport starting
at 3:00 PM on last class day.
Once you decide to attend a workshop
call 972-276-9642 to register by phone or fax your Registration
Form to 972-276-8122. If an answering machine records your call,
leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
We suggest you leave your business and home phone number so we
can contact you in the evening if our staff is on the road.
Payment in full must be received 7 days before the workshop begins.
We cannot accept tuition payment by check upon arrival at the
workshop. However, both checks and money orders will be accepted
if sent in advance. As soon as tuition payment is received, your
seat is confirmed in your name and a confirmation letter is sent
out with final instructions.
There are two things to do after reserving a workshop seat.
(1) Airline Reservations: PLEASE CONFIRM THE WORKSHOP
IS STILL "A GO" BEFORE YOU PURCHASE YOUR AIRLINE TICKET. Students fly in to DFW Airport (Dallas-Fort Worth and take a
SuperShuttle Van to the hotel (about $45.00 one way). If arriving
at Love Field a SuperShuttle Van is also available. When you
check in at the hotel, your training manual "SHORTCUTS"
will be waiting for you at the front desk with a Welcome Letter
covering last minute details about the class schedule and meeting
room number. All workshop classes are held in the same hotel
where you stay. SuperShuttle Vans will return you to the airport
(about $45.00) for your return flight home.
(2) Hotel Reservations: We recommend you stay at the workshop
hotel in Dallas.
Their contact information is available on the registration form.
Ask for the Veejer Workshop special rate. PLEASE NOTE: Students
are responsible for their own evening meal. You may want to have
a rent car to travel to restaurants for the evening meal. There
are also 2-3 fast food places to eat within a safe 5-10 minute walk
of the hotel.
a confirmed workshop more than 10 days before the first class
day - 75% refund.
If canceling a confirmed workshop in less than 10 days before
the first class day - 50% refund. Canceling within 3 days before
or failure to attend - NO REFUND.
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