Workshop for Teachers 2012
in Dallas, Texas
amazing how much a teacher can teach a student about testing
and troubleshooting a vehicle's electrical and electronic system
with just a DMM and a DC Current Clamp when the teacher has our
hands-on troubleshooting training curriculum and knows how to
This workshop personally
taught by Vince Fischelli
Art of Teaching Auto/Truck Electrical & Electronics Systems
Dates for 2013 to be announced.
Print out registration form.
We are sending out a new Teacher's Newsletter this year by Email.
Send us an email to be added to our Teacher's Email list
to receive a notice for the Summer Workshop in 2011.
We no longer contact teachers by postal mail.
of the Summer Workshop for Teachers
Cost is $1395.00 per Teacher
Electrical Troubleshooting Skills H-111A
Essential troubleshooting skills
using the Starter
Kit, H-111A. Material
covers how electrical circuits work, how to test electrical circuits,
how electrical circuits fail and how to troubleshoot electrical
circuits. Teachers then practice troubleshooting up to 32 individual
electrical problems and learn to insert problems in the Troubleshooting
Trainers, H-PCB01 and H-PCB02 (H-111). Setting up troubleshooting
training in the classroom is also covered for maximum benefit
to students with minimum effort by the teacher.
DC Motor Circuits H-113
More troubleshooting skill is developed
troubleshooting brushless DC Motor Circuits
using the Troubleshooting Trainer, H-PCB03 from H-113. Teachers practice troubleshooting DC
Motor circuit electrical problems and learn to insert problems
in the Troubleshooting Trainer, H-PCB03. Includes introduction
to the various types of ohmmeters, their parameters, capabilities
& limitations testing solid-state components and an introduction
to key-off battery drain problems relating to DC motor circuit
cooling fans. Later in Day 2 we will begin troubleshooting relays
(Day 3 material) to make room in Day 3 to cover the new Troubleshooting
Trainer H-PCB06, covering Wire Harness Troubleshooting.
Workshop Day 3:
Relay Circuits H-115
Troubleshooting Relay Circuits using Troubleshooting Trainer H-PCB05
from H-115. Teachers troubleshoot live relay circuit
problems including hard to find circuit failures, how relays
cause key-off drain problems, how relays are controlled by shorts-to-voltage,
etc and learn to insert problems in the Troubleshooting Trainer,
Troubleshooting, H-116 (Overview)
overview assembling and troubleshooting
Harness Troubleshooting Trainer H-PCB06
from H-116. Teachers assemble a Mini-Electrical-System
("M.E.S." for short) combining all troubleshooting
trainers together through the Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer
and study unique electrical circuit problems relating to troubleshooting
an electrical system.
Finish up H-116;
Troubleshooting Batteries, unusual Battery Failures; How to troubleshoot
a battery failure on the vehicle simply using a DMM and a DC
Current Clamp as taught in Vince's new book -- "Vehicle
Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS."
More about battery troubleshooting
than you ever thought existed. For example, why is it sometimes
impossible to jump start a vehicle with a dead battery and why
you can jump start some vehicles but shouldn't.
Cranking circuits & practical cranking circuit troubleshooting
on the vehicle simply using a DMM and a DC Current Clamp as taught
in Vince's new book --
"Vehicle Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS."
procedures are explained for battery troubleshooting and cranking
circuit troubleshooting, testing voltage drops, as well as, troubleshooting
these circuits with hands-on practice using a DMM and DC Current
charging systems as taught in Vince's new book -- "Vehicle
Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS."
procedure is presented that shows a technician how to test the
charging system in 60 seconds using only a DMM. Also discussed
are the incorrect ways to test the charging system currently
being promoted by some manufacturers and what those methods don't
Teaching FIRST THINGS FIRST
A review of using
THINGS FIRST and
THINGS FIRST School
Presentation Package training program. How to use FIRST THINGS FIRST in the classroom to
teach students how to test a vehicle's electrical system in 5-8
minutes and find electrical problems in the vehicle's primary
electrical system. This includes a review of the FIRST THINGS FIRST School Presentation
Package. Teachers then perform
THINGS FIRST on a
day concludes with a time for open discussion and critique as
to the dedicated "Teachers" web page.
Print out registration form.
and Instructions for teachers planning to attend.
PLENTY OF HANDS-ON PRACTICE
PROVIDED IN FIVE DAYS SO TEACHERS DEVELOP TROUBLESHOOTING SKILLS
TO SUCCESSFULLY TEACH ELECTRICAL SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING TO THEIR
All test equipment and troubleshooting trainers are provided.
Student manuals total over 550 pages including several step-by-step
troubleshooting procedures to take back to the classroom and
a copy of
"Vehicle Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS
and FIRST THINGS FIRST.
Class size limited.
Continental Breakfast provided by hotel.
Lunch included for first four days.
Check out the Guest
Book on Veejer's web site and see what other teachers have
to say about our hands-on teaching troubleshooting workshops!
Call 972-276-9642 to register by
phone or fax a registration form which also shows cost to attend.
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 of the tuition
in advance is required. As soon as tuition payment is received,
or a copy of school purchase order, 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 Reservation: Book a flight ASAP after having confirmation
to qualify for a reduced airfare. Include a Saturday night stay
over (the Sat. night before) which can result in significant
savings on some airfares. Students fly in to DFW Airport (Dallas-Fort
Worth and take a SuperShuttle Van to the hotel (about $40.00
one way). If arriving at Love Field a SuperShuttle Van is also
available. When you check in at the hotel, your training manual
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. ASK FOR THEM! All workshop classes are held in the
same hotel where you stay. SuperShuttle Vans will return you
to the airport (about $40.00) for your return flight home.)
(2) Hotel Reservation:
We recommend you stay at the workshop hotel -
Fairfield Inn by Marriot
9230 LBJ Freeway, Dallas TX 75243. Call direct 972.437.9905 and
mention you are attending Veejer Summer Workshop.
Ask for Veejer Enterprises's special rate of $69.00 + tax per night
Lunch for first four workshop days at local
area restaurants is included in the workshop tuition. Students
are responsible for their own evening meal.
CANCELLATION POLICY: If canceling more than 10 days before
the first class day - 75% refund. If canceling in less than 10
days before the first class day - 50% refund. Canceling within
3 days before the workshop first day or failure to attend
- NO REFUND.
Fax or mail your registration to us with payment to confirm your seat.
We accept school purchase orders to reserve your seat.
We will bill your school.
Lane, Garland, Texas 75042-5419