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Now on to the business of teaching students vehicle electrical-electronics troubleshooting! There is a critical shortage of properly trained automotive and diesel technology students graduating from tech schools today that have the proper skills in troubleshooting electrical and electronic systems found on today's vehicles. Vehicle industry employers know this well because they live with the problem every day.

Teach your students how to troubleshoot auto and truck electrical and electronic circuit problems with the Hands-On Electrical - Electronics Troubleshooting Training Programs outlined below on this web page.

Teach your students the simplicity of electrical troubleshooting on-the-vehicle with our books "Vehicle Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS" and "FIRST THINGS FIRST."

We have the electrical training answers for teachers who want to solve the industry wide problem of electrical troubleshooting incompetence at surprisingly reasonable cost per student.


Turn out students with superior electrical and electronics troubleshooting skills that will put them in high demand.
And, our low electrical trainer & book prices will surprise you.

Read this if you are interested in attending our
Teacher's Only Summer Workshop entitled -
"The Art of Teaching Auto/Truck Electrical/Electronic Systems Troubleshooting"
The next summer workshop in Dallas
August 2015
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Auto/diesel technology instructors, school teachers and industry trainers need to know how to teach electrical/electronics troubleshooting. After 5 days of intensive hands-on training, teachers will be better prepared to effectively teach students the critical skills of troubleshooting auto/truck electrical/electronic systems.
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CAN Bus Network Troubleshooting
Training available in PDF format by email.
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Read about two CAN Bus Training Options Here
This link includes information and pictures of our hands-on CAN Bus Troubleshooting Trainer H-200(S) including school pricing.

Here's what fleet managers and shop owners are telling us about your graduates:
We hear over and over from fleet managers, service managers and shop owners that students fresh from technical schools lack sufficient or real world electrical troubleshooting training and they need extensive on-the-job training that they don't have time for or can afford to give them.

They tell us tech school graduates cannot answer simple electrical troubleshooting questions during a job interview. Graduates are not competent using a DMM, do not understand DMM readings in live circuits and, for one prime example, many graduates do not understand voltage drop measurements, what voltage drops are, what voltage drops indicate and have never done much if any voltage drop measurements while in tech school or used voltage drops to troubleshoot vehicle electrical system problems.

VEEJER'S "HANDS-ON" TROUBLESHOOTING TRAINING PROGRAMS ARE THE SOLUTION! Give your students a solid foundation in electrical & electronics troubleshooting training involving troubleshooting training with a DMM and all it's features in the hands-on electrical troubleshooting training program outlined on this web page.

This "hands-on" training program not only covers voltage drop testing but teaches students how to measure voltage, resistance and electron current in vehicle circuits and understand good DMM readings from bad DMM readings and what to do if a DMM reading is too high or too low.

This type of training will make your graduates sought after by employers looking for those skills in vehicle electrical-electronic systems troubleshooting.

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This auto/truck hands-on electrical & electronics troubleshooting training program is designed for
Automotive Technology Students
Diesel Technology Students
Heavy Equipment Technology Students

1. Now you can show your students "how to" rather than just tell them about it!
2. Guide students step-by-step as they learn how to troubleshoot electrical circuit problems using this "hands-on" training program.
3. Students follow along with you step-by-step in interesting repetitious exercises that keep them involved until they can troubleshoot a circuit alone.
4. The result! Your students will meet the needs of the vehicle service industry in electrical-electronic circuit troubleshooting skills.
5. Don't be surprised when the service industry beats a path to your school door to hire your students after you graduate your first class with this electrical troubleshooting training and employers see what they can do with electrical problems.

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Here's what we have to offer your students!

 We offer a unique Hands-On Vehicle Electrical and Electronics
Troubleshooting Training Program comprising 4 troubleshooting trainers plus two electrical training programs with Power Point presentation and workbooks. Both are explained at the bottom of this web page; FIRST THINGS FIRST and "Electrical SHORTCUTS."

First we present the hands-on troubleshooting training program!

IT'S A FACT! Once the word gets out in the vehicle service and repair industry that you are turning out students with superior electrical troubleshooting skills (as teachers have been telling us), employers will start calling in advance of class graduation because they want first crack at hiring more of your students who have the electrical troubleshooting skills taught in this program because many of their working techs on their service and repair staffs don't have these skills.

5 tips on how you can accomplish this . . . . .

1. Don't overload students in the beginning with too much lecture time on electrical theory -or worse yet - expose them to electrical training more advanced than they can confidently handle so that they lose interest or get discouraged with electrical training!

2. Get students involved from the first day of electrical class teaching them how to troubleshoot electrical circuits using our first hands-on Troubleshooting Trainer, H-111A(S) to engage them in learning electrical troubleshooting. Watch their interest rise using these troubleshooting trainers as they begin to test and measure the circuit with a DMM on the first day of electrical class before they have learned any theory!

3. Once students begin to discover they can troubleshoot an electrical circuit, using our troubleshooting training program, you will be able to reach them with everything else electrical you have to offer them!

4. Keep our Troubleshooting Trainers available to your students in the classroom throughout the school year so they can continuously practice electrical troubleshooting and build their self confidence! A lot of varying, yet interesting troubleshooting repetition is built into this hands-on training program to increase student troubleshooting skills and keep students interested!

5. Students build self-confidence and get comfortable with electrical troubleshooting during many repetitions of detailed electrical troubleshooting procedures as they successfully complete each exercise. So keep your students involved with electrical troubleshooting using this training program throughout the school term.

Do this by providing electrical problems all year long even after students have completed all troubleshooting problems. They need the repetitious practice to keep their electrical troubleshooting skills sharp. It won't take up much class time and it can fill in activities to keep students busy when they are standing around!

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 Read teacher testimonials about using our Hands-On Electrical-Electronics Troubleshooting Training Program:


"I feel like I was finally able to get through to most of my students teaching them about electrical circuits and troubleshooting using your program." Jeff C., WA

A teacher (Jay L. in Oregon) got a thank you letter from a former student who was successful repairing a wiring problem the first day in his new job that he never would have done without this training program.

Another teacher tells us: "People call me when I have another class ready to graduate because they want first opportunity to hire my students who can troubleshoot electrical problems better than their experienced techs."

A teacher, Bill, in Florida said on the first day using our Troubleshooting Trainers that students stayed in their seats practicing troubleshooting when the bell rang instead of running for the door as they normally do. He said students were so engaged he had to interrupt them to get them to leave the classroom. He said in the next few days they devoured the training. AT THE END OF THE FIRST SCHOOL YEAR HE TOLD US HE HAD MORE STUDENTS PASS THE ASE A6 ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS CERTIFICATION TEST THAN STUDENTS IN ANY OF THE OTHER AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS AT HIS COLLEGE. Bill W., FL

A teacher Emailed us this note: "I taught an electrical diagnostics class for all automotive instructors in the state (Utah) this year. I used the Veejer boards for the hands on part. We had instructors working all over the room with them. I also wrote the state electrical portion of the Skills USA test for high school students two years ago and used the Veejer boards for the hands on skill test. I especially like the option of using the lamp board, fan motor, or fuel pump circuit. You have a great method for students and instructors to learn theory and the application of diagnostic concepts in a classroom setting. I have checked out many different systems to help students learn --- as for me, yours is the best. Other systems use actual components which is a nice touch, but the cost is very prohibitive. In my opinion your system helps drive home theory and application in a practical manner with students using their own meter to prove electrical theory plus the hands on learning is great! The students love it." Stan M., Utah

A teacher, Jay Yinger in MO, said he would be glad to talk with other teachers about using this training program and including it in VICA contests. Call Jay at 417-447-8140.

Read these teacher's comments and other comments on our web site Testimonials. You can get these results too!


Here's the details of the Hands-On Electrical Troubleshooting Training Program we're talking about!
5 Troubleshooting Trainers . . . . 

1. The Starter Kit, H-111A(S)
The first step of this hands-on electrical-electronics troubleshooting training program is called the Starter Kit, Part Number H-111A(S). The "(S)" identifies school packaging arrangement. It's the first troubleshooting trainer to use and begins the process of teaching electrical-electronic circuit troubleshooting. This module provides 32 practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side and shorts to ground problems.

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The illustration at the left shows the two Troubleshooting Trainer circuit boards (PCBs) in the Starter Kit, H-111A(S). The top PCB is the Power Board, H-PCB01A providing power (B+) and ground (B-) to all circuit boards connected at the C700 connector. The Lamp Board, H-PCB02A, is shown connected at the bottom of the Power Board. The Student Manual shown is the home study version but there is a school work book version, S-SM01/02A, for students in tech schools. The Instructor Guide, H-IG01/02A is also shown.

With the Starter Kit, students learn how to test circuits and how circuits fail through a series of hands-on exercises inserting open circuits, voltage drops & shorts-to-ground at various points in the circuit on the top of the troubleshooting trainers. Then students measure the effects each problem has on the circuit using a DMM to measure voltage drops and take circuit voltage readings to evaluate the circuit problem. Specific instructions in the work book show students step-by-step what to do and diagrams illustrate how the DMM test leads are connected to the troubleshooting trainers for each exercise.

Student practice troubleshootingStudents practice troubleshooting with hands-on application and learn the correct ways to test and measure live circuits. Students learn how to recognize when a circuit is operating correctly, using only their DMM, and what is wrong if the circuit is not operating correctly. Once students have mastered circuit measurement and troubleshooting procedure, the teacher inserts a series of 32 programmed troubleshooting problems on the bottom of the circuit boards. Students troubleshoot from the top of the circuit boards to locate the problem just as they would in an actual circuit on a vehicle.

Students learn how to read and use schematic diagrams provided throughout the Student Workbook. They learn how to interpret DMM readings to distinguish between good DMM readings and bad DMM readings; too high or too low DMM readings and what to do next based on the readings obtained. Students practice over and over the best ways to trace voltage and resistance measurements through the circuits of the troubleshooting trainers to find circuit problems.

TroubleshootingThis is really what "TROUBLESHOOTING" is all about. Students learn troubleshooting principles on live circuit board troubleshooting trainers before they ever tackle a problem on an actual vehicle. Students develop electrical troubleshooting skills to use on a vehicle before they ever touch a vehicle. Now "time spent on the vehicles" is much more productive.
Students should work on the circuit boards independently for best results or they may work in teams to help weaker students catch up with students who quickly adapt to electrical troubleshooting.

Students love the troubleshooting challenge this training program provides because they come to quickly understand how to successfully troubleshoot live circuits. Students develop self-confidence by troubleshooting 32 individual live electrical problems - one at a time - to perfect their troubleshooting technique with The Starter Kit, H-111A. This training offers many opportunities for students to learn to troubleshoot electrical circuits with minimum teacher interaction.

Starter Kit circuit board

Above is a close up view of the bottom (copper side) of the Starter Kit circuit boards showing all "U Jumpers (U1, U-NO1, etc.) locations. This is where the teacher inserts electrical problems. Problems are created on the voltage side or the ground side of the circuit from the bottom of the circuit boards so problems are hidden from the student's view.

Inserting a problem takes 5 seconds then several students can troubleshoot the same problem. Each U Jumper contains a "zero-ohm resistor" that is the same as a wire jumper. Simply unplugging a zero ohm resistor creates an OPEN circuit problem. Replacing a zero ohm resistor with a fixed carbon resistor supplied with the program creates a specific value VOLTAGE DROP problem. A SHORT-TO-GROUND is created by putting a zero ohm resistor into a U-NOxx location. Full instructions for inserting problems are provided in the TOP SECRET Instructor Guide along with all the step-by-step troubleshooting answers. All the curriculum development work is done for the teacher.

Suggestions on implementation of this training program
This troubleshooting training program is easily integrated into already jammed packed school programs because exercises can be accomplished in short time periods.
Got students standing around? Make this troubleshooting training program available all the time in the classroom during the school year with boards previously "bugged" with a problem. Students go to these boards often and practice troubleshooting while they are waiting for their turn at some other activity. Then watch them as they gravitate to the "electrical problems of the day" you have set up for them because they enjoy the challenge as the competition begins to build between students.

Troubleshooting notes are recorded in a Student Workbook which can be graded later. It's a great way to maximize a student's time in the classroom and at the same time perfect his electrical troubleshooting skills and build self confidence all through the year. This training program will make your students highly sought after technicians because they will know how to troubleshoot electrical circuits with a DMM.

For current pricing of these 5 hands-on troubleshooting training programs for schools, including troubleshooting trainer circuit boards, student workbooks, instructor guides and a list of teaching aids such as Power Point presentations click on this link.

Three more advanced Troubleshooting Trainers are next to connect to the Starter Kit's Power Board to develop a student's advanced hands-on electrical-electronic circuit troubleshooting skill.
 


2. DC Motor Troubleshooting Trainer H-113(S)
Add another circuit board to the Starter Kit's Power Board and continue developing student electrical-electronic troubleshooting skills by learning to troubleshoot brush less DC Motor circuits and brush-type DC Motors with the first add-on Troubleshooting Trainer, The DC Motor Board Kit Part Number is H-113(S). The "S" is the school package version of the program. Each Troubleshooting DC Motor Circuit Kit, H-113(S) contains the following:
1 ea. DC Motor Circuit Board H-PCB03 and 1 ea. Resistor Bag H-RB03.
Student Workbooks S-SM03 and the Instructor Guide, H-IG03 are ordered separately as needed.
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This module provides a total of 42 practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems. 
DC Motor Circuit Board Troubleshooting Trainer, Part # H-PCB03This add-on module consists of a DC Motor Circuit Board Troubleshooting Trainer, Part Number H-PCB03, plugged into the Power Board from the Starter Kit, as shown at the left. Once the DC Motor circuit board is connected to the Power Board, students are ready to immediately explore with hands-on exercises the testing and troubleshooting of live DC Motor circuits. A dedicated Student Workbook, Part Number S-SM03, walks a student through the theory, operation and troubleshooting techniques of brush less DC Motor Circuits and discusses testing common brush-type DC Motors used as starter motors and a/c-heater blower motor circuits. After 30 pages of self-paced step-by-step instruction, students begin troubleshooting 37 electrical problems in the DC Motor circuit which are inserted one at a time by the teacher. The DC Motor circuit is described as an engine-cooling fan circuit to add realism to the 37 troubleshooting problems. The circuit problems inserted are OPEN circuits, VOLTAGE DROP problems on either the voltage side or the ground side of the circuit, SHORT-TO-GROUND problems, and with this module SHORT-TO-VOLTAGE problems with some added written material.
Several troubleshooting DC motor circuit problems deal with more advanced failures on the ground side of the circuit. Students learn to quickly troubleshoot and identify major or minor ground side problems. After following the troubleshooting procedures in this module, students will breeze through ground side problems in any vehicle circuit.

Performance testingThe DC Motor Circuit's 37 troubleshooting problems are described as "engine running too hot" or "engine gradually overheating" due to a failure of the cooling fan circuit (DC Motor acting as the cooling fan), that is visually obvious from the performance of the DC Motor fan in each problem. Some problems simulate battery drain problems because the cooling fan runs all the time when the ignition switch (on the Power Board) is switched OFF. This realism added to the troubleshooting problems helps to maintain interest and relate the troubleshooting problems to real world vehicle failures. After mastering the first 37 DC Motor circuit problems there are 5 advanced problems to present additional challenge to students who are ready for more of a test of their troubleshooting ability. That's a total of 42 troubleshooting problems covering DC Motor Circuits.
The DC Motor Instructor Guide, H-IG03, provides answers to all review exercises and complete instructions for inserting circuit problems on the bottom of the Troubleshooting Trainer. Step-by-step answers to each troubleshooting problem are included.

 

For current pricing of these 5 hands-on troubleshooting training programs for schools, including troubleshooting trainer circuit boards, student workbooks, instructor guides and a list of teaching aids such as Power Point presentations click on this link.

3. Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer H-115(S)
Troubleshooting Relays is a difficult task for technicians given all the possibilities of how a relay or a relay circuit can fail especially when replacing the relay does not fix a relay circuit problem. Then it's time to start troubleshooting the relay circuit. Each Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Kit, H-115(S), contains the following: (1 ea.) Relay Circuit Board-Part Number H-PCB05 and (1 ea.) Resistor Bag H-RB05. Student Workbooks and Instructor Guides are ordered separately.
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This module provides a total of 75 relay practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems. Students will never be stumped by a relay circuit problem after completing this troubleshooting trainer. It covers everything that could go wrong in a relay circuit.

 

The Relay Circuit Troubleshooting Trainer, H-PCB05 shown at the left, is connected to the Starter Kit's Power Board. A student learns about relay circuits and practice troubleshooting live relay circuit problems of all types.

Hands-on practice exercises are embedded in the Student Workbook S-SM05 text (over 110 pages) with extensive instructions covering relay operation, characteristics, and troubleshooting. Students learn how relays are used in vehicle circuits but more importantly how relay circuits fail and the troubleshooting techniques to find relay circuit problems when the relay itself is not the problem.

The relay troubleshooting training program contains extensive step-by-step instruction and hands-on exercises in relay circuit operation. Students learn to analyze relay circuits by measuring voltage, voltage drops, resistance and current in relay circuits to identify relay circuit problems.

Hands-on practiceThese exercises are followed by hands-on practice in relay circuit troubleshooting technique as students troubleshoot 75 individual live relay circuit problems one at a time with the relay being called the Fuel Pump Relay and the Lamp simulating fuel pump operation. This adds fuel management system realism to the relay troubleshooting as students learn to interpret a fuel pressure problem in relation to relay circuit operation when a circuit problem is present. Students develop troubleshooting skill and self-confidence through repetitious hands-on troubleshooting practice of 75 relay circuit problems.

The Relay Instructor Guide, H-IG05, provides answers to all review exercises and complete instructions for inserting relay circuit problems on the bottom of the Relay Troubleshooting Trainer. Answers to each troubleshooting problem are included in the Instructor Guide.

For current pricing of these 5 hands-on troubleshooting training programs for schools, including troubleshooting trainer circuit boards, student workbooks, instructor guides and a list of teaching aids such as Power Point presentations click on this link.

Please Note: The Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer should be used only after completing the first three hands-on troubleshooting training modules of the Starter Kit, DC Motor Circuit and Relay Circuit. All four circuit board trainers are required to assemble the Mini-Electrical System (or M.E.S.) to complete this advanced module. Please read on!

4. Wire Harness Troubleshooting H-116(S)
Troubleshooting wiring harnesses can be a difficult task given all the possibilities of how a wire harness can fail with broken wires (open circuits), corroded wires & connections (voltage drops), shorts-to-ground and shorts-to-voltage problems on the voltage side versus problems on the ground side. Never replace a vehicle's wire harness again because of an open circuit, bad connector, voltage drop problem, short-to-ground or short-to-voltage in a wiring harness. With this program students will know how to troubleshoot a wire harness and repair it on any vehicle.
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This module provides more than 100 practice electrical troubleshooting problems including OPENs, Voltage Drops, on the voltage side and ground side, shorts to ground and shorts-to-voltage problems. Students will never be stumped by a wire harness problem after completing this module. It covers everything that could go wrong in a wire harness circuit.

Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer Program H-116

The Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer Program H-116 shows you how to troubleshoot, identify and repair any type of wire harness problem. Learn to troubleshoot electrical "system" problems when a circuit in the "electrical system" is not functioning correctly or when one problem affects more than one circuit. Is it a problem in the wiring on the voltage side? Is it a problem in the wiring on the ground side? Is it a problem isolated in only one circuit? Is it a problem in a part of the wire harness common to more than one circuit? Answers to these questions and how to troubleshoot these types of wiring harness problems are covered in this troubleshooting trainer module, H-116.

Starter Kit H-111, DC Motor Circuit H-113 and Relay Circuit H-115 connected togather through the Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer H-116Connect The Starter Kit H-111A, DC Motor Circuit H-113 and Relay Circuit H-115 together through the Wire Harness Troubleshooting Trainer H-116 and create a Mini-Electrical System (or M.E.S.) for advanced level auto/truck electrical-electronic troubleshooting training that relates specifically to wire harness problem troubleshooting. Training includes troubleshooting voltage side and ground side wiring problems, open circuits, voltage drops, shorts-to-ground and shorts-to-voltage in the wiring harness.

Student shown troubleshooting wire harness problemsA group of students are shown here trouble-
shooting wire harness problems using only their DMM following the information in their work book. Students record their trouble- shooting steps, voltage and resistance readings in their work book for grading by the teacher. More than 100 electrical problems take students through a wide variety of voltage side and ground side problems in the wire harness. Voltage drop problems are thoroughly covered as students troubleshoot large voltage drops as well as those subtle little voltage drops that can affect a circuit but be so hard to see with a DMM UNLESS you know what to look for and where to look. It's all there for students troubleshooting the
Mini-Electrical System, or "M.E.S." as we like to call it.

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Click here for a full schematic diagram of the "M.E.S."


 5. CAN Bus Troubleshooting H-200(S)
Click Here to see pictures and read a description of our CAN Bus Troubleshooting Trainer H-PCB200 included in H-200(S). Then click the BACK arrow on browser to return to this page for school pricing.


For current pricing of these 5 hands-on troubleshooting training programs for schools, including troubleshooting trainer circuit boards, student workbooks, instructor guides and a list of teaching aids such as Power Point presentations click on this link.

Listed below are two additional electrical training programs developed by Vince Fischelli which are of high value to any automotive or diesel technology training program in developing students with superior electrical - electronics troubleshooting skills.

"On-The-Vehicle" Electrical System Training!

Auto/Diesel Technical School Teachers
Here is some solid "hands-on-the-vehicle" Electrical Training using FIRST THINGS FIRST
TM in the classroom and in the shop!

This electrical training program covers about 1/2 the A.S.E. and N.A.T.E.F. task lists for electrical by simply teaching this electrical program and then having students perform the electrical tests on vehicles. Then review with students the test readings they recorded in their student workbooks for a follow up review.

GET STUDENTS INVOLVED WITH THE FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM PROGRAM AFTER THEY HAVE COMPLETED THE STARTER KIT, H-111A PROGRAM SO THEY GET SOME VALUABLE VEHICLE TESTING EXPERIENCE EARLY ON.

THEN CONTINUE WITH H-113, H-115 AND H-116 AND WATCH STUDENTS GROW IN ELECTRICAL EXPERTISE AND SELF CONFIDENCE IN THEIR ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS TROUBLESHOOTING ABILITIES!

FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM
Teacher Presentation Pkg. Part Number FTFSCH05

Teacher Presentation Package # FTFSCH05 

FIRST THINGS FIRST Teacher Presentation Package contains the following three items and quantity:

(A) 1 copy of CDROM-FTF05
Includes the technical presentation on CDROM and illustrations of FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM 15 step tests in 70 slides. Suitable for classroom instruction as students follow along in their individual workbooks. Once you have the CDROM you can download the Instructor Guide.

(B) 6 copies of Student Workbook, Part Number FTFSWB05
Students follow along step-by-step taking notes as you cover the material using the Instructor Guide with all the technical explanations you need. The student workbook also contains test results forms for students to use when performing FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM on vehicles in the shop using one of the six copies of the laminated professional version of FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM included in this school package. Purchase additional copies of the Student Work Book as needed.

(C) 6 copies of FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM
laminated professional flip-chart used by professional technicians since 1991 to uncover electrical system problems most often overlooked and the causes of no-code driveability problems. These heavy weight laminated flip-charts show students how to perform FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM. Purchase additional copies of FIRST THINGS FIRSTM as needed.

Total FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM School Package Cost $695.00
(plus shipping and handling)

NOTE: CDROM-FTF05 must be licensed (authorized) by Veejer Enterprises. Licensing requires user to contact Veejer Enterprises after inserting CDROM into computer. CALL 972-276-9642 to authorize your CDROM-FTF05. The same teacher may purchase a second computer lifetime license (2nd License) to use the same FIRST THINGS FIRST CD in another computer for $99.00. If teacher or school desires a second CDROM-FTF05 only, the cost is $225.00 per CD for a lifetime license to use the curriculum. CDROM-FTF05 can only be used in the computer in which it is licensed (authorized).

To Purchase a FIRST THINGS FIRST School Package for $695.00 CLICK HERE

To Purchase additional student classroom workbooks at $12.95 each
CLICK HERE

To purchase additional copies of FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM at $70.00 each CLICK HERE



Electrical System "On-The-Car" Troubleshooting Book by Vince Fischelli
"Vehicle Electrical Troubleshooting SHORTCUTS"

Show students how to save time performing vehicle electrical testing on-the-car and getting it right the first time. All a student needs with SHORTCUTS is a DMM and a Current Clamp!


SHORTCUTS contains 250 pages, with over 100 illustration and schematic diagrams divided into seven sections. The first three sections cover essential electrical principles, using a DMM with do's and don'ts, and how electrical circuits work. This is followed by Section 4 covering battery circuit troubleshooting on-the-vehicle including how to test a battery to determine if it caused a generator (alternator) failure. Section 5 covers how to test the cranking circuit on-the-vehicle and separate a battery failure from a starter motor circuit problem. Section 6 covers troubleshooting the charging system on-the-vehicle including how to test a generator (alternator) controlled by computer on-the-vehicle to determine if the problem is in the vehicle computer or the generator (alternator). Section 7 is a tutorial on reading schematic diagrams. Each section has its own review test questions. Answers are provided in the back of the book which can be removed before the book gets to the student.

Guide your students in the techniques of vehicle electrical troubleshooting without the burden of having to teach them a lot of electrical theory that just confuses them. It's not about theory; it's about how to do electrical troubleshooting that reveals what is wrong with a circuit by testing the circuit with a DMM and Current Clamp. Students have to know what the correct readings are supposed to be and what to do when a reading is too high or too low. SHORTCUTS shows them how as you lead your students through this electrical program. SHORTCUTS includes work sheets so students get hands-on training practice in the shop.

A "SHORTCUTS" Power Point presentation is available for $495.00 with a lifetime license to use it in the classroom. A second lifetime license for a second computer is $99.00.

"Electrical SHORTCUTS"
Quantity Packages For Tech Schools, Colleges and Career Academies, only.....

"SHORTCUTS" CDROM with lifetime license and 6 copies of "SHORTCUTS" Books is $963.00 plus shipping/handling

"SHORTCUTS" CDROM with lifetime license and 12 copies of "SHORTCUTS" Books is $1,431.00 plus shipping/handling

"SHORTCUTS" CDROM with lifetime license and 18 copies of "SHORTCUTS" Books $1899 plus shipping/handling

Quantity Pricing of "SHORTCUTS" Books after initial purchase.....
1 copy $78.00 each
2-11 copies $70.00 each
12-17 copies $66.00 each
18 or more copies $62.00 each

This price structure is not available through our shopping cart. If you need a quote, or have any questions, call us at 972-276-9642 or email us


 Another training program to help your students

 "The" Vehicle Electronics Training Course is a 60 lesson (home study) course with in depth instruction in vehicle electrical-electronic circuits and troubleshooting. This program is ideal as a back-up to our other programs. Many of the lessons are referenced in the student's work books if students want to seek additional or more in depth information at various intervals in the hands-on troubleshooting training program. We suggest you place the lessons in a large 3-ring binder in the classroom or shop area or another designated study area to make it available to students. When students encounter a suggestion in their student work book to refer to a lesson for more information they can seek out the 3-ring binder and get more in-depth information. Lessons can be ordered in printed booklets or on CDROM. See this link for more information and an outline of the topics in each lesson of the "The" (60-lesson) Vehicle Electronics Training Course.

Check out our Testimonials and see what successes other teachers have achieved using our hands-on troubleshooting training programs, 60 lesson home-study course and FIRST THINGS FIRSTTM.

If you have any questions at all please give us a call.
We would be happy to discuss how best we can help you
meet your classroom needs and turn out students with electrical-electronic troubleshooting skill that employers seek to hire.

What greater benefit can you be to your students than to prepare them for a meaningful career troubleshooting electrical-electronics in the vehicle service industry where electrical troubleshooting skill is in such great demand?

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