Presented by Automotive Educational Services AES
By Ron Alexander
Feb. 17, 2018 : SRC Arena
“Technical Training for the real world”
This class is for any technicians looking for information on the service and best practices of today’s modern air conditioning systems. This class will explain the operation of current refrigeration systems including the new R-1234yf refrigerant, repair techniques and diagnostic approaches. Flushing procedures and compressor failure prevention will be covered.
This class will also cover the EPA 609 requirements on refrigeration handling and offer 609 certification exam at the end of the class. All technicians servicing mobile air conditioning systems are required to be EPA 609 certified.
Course Length: 3 hours and includes MACS Certification. Test will be give at the end of the class.
New Restrictions for Selling R-134a Commence in January 2018
Register Now. Limited space available.
Dan Foster, General Motors/ACDelco
Diagnosing complex network system failures is a challenge even for experienced technicians. In this seminar, technicians will focus on diagnostic strategy to hone their problem solving skills for serial data failure modes in multiplex networks. Included network protocols: CAN, LIN, GMLAN, MOST®, and repair methods will be covered.
Course Length: 3 hours
This seminar covers emission systems and components found on modern diesel-powered vehicles. Changes to fuel injection, glow plugs, Intake Air Heaters (IAH), intake swirl valves, and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) will be discussed. Exhaust aftertreatment components discussed include: Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC), Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), Nitrogen Oxides Adsorbing Catalyst (NAC), NOx Storage Catalyst (NSC), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). Diagnostic strategies, known malfunctions, real-world case studies, and diagnostic exercises in the class will prepare the technician to repair these systems.
Course Length: 3 hours
Instructor John Gillespie
Language: EN, ES, FR
Essential Electronics is the first course in a series of classes exploring electrical system diagnosis and testing. This course is the foundation of the series dealing with problems relating to electrical connections and wiring. This course covers electrical theory as it applies to electrical diagnosis along with the how to properly perform a voltage drop test as well as when and why to perform this essential test. The "next steps" of the electrical diagnostic process will also be introduced. Establishing a thorough groundwork in the essentials of electronics leads to further problem solving skills that will better equip you to manage electrical problems as they occur. All future essential electronics courses will build upon the information contained in this course.
Duration: 4 hrs ILT-1200
Language: EN, FR
Duration: 4hrs ILT-1315
Evaporative Emission Systems can be difficult to properly diagnose. In Part 1 of the 2 part series on EVAP, we will cover the essential theory of fuel vapor storage systems and their design characteristics. With an emphasis on the more complicated systems such as those from Honda and Toyota, CTI will give you the information you need to understand the on-board diagnostic logic. CTI will provide must have diagnostic insight to allow any technician to use the tools available to quickly and accurately diagnose the most stubborn DTCs from the largest leaks to the smallest intermittent leaks. Learn tips and techniques for using smoke machines and other pressurizing equipment.
Presented by CTI
John is an ASE CMAT L1 A9 certified technician, shop owner, instructor with forty years of experience in the trade. When not out on the road sharing cutting edge information and diagnostic routines he emphasizes diagnostics and electronics both in his shop and as a mobile diagnostic technician. This Evaporative Emissions class will teach your techs how to troubleshoot most evaporative emissions failures in under fifteen minutes without ever grabbing the smoke machine.
Class is Only Offered on Friday, Feb. 16th at 6437 Collamer Rd. Ste. 2, E. Syracuse, NY 13057 (will be AMI Certified)
How many classes have you attended
thinking, “they don’t know what it’s really like out there”. Each topic seems extremely
myopic – perfect if you work in a vacuum. But in the “real world” customers walk in,
the phone never stops ringing, employees don’t stay forever and potential customers
always want the price first… right? Well this is the class for you! This
class spends a day in an advisor’s shoes from the key in the lock in the morning to locking
the door behind you at night. We will show you how to be successful as a service advisor in an
environment of problems, price shoppers and constant interruptions. This class will arm you with
tools to use to ensure success during each sales situation.
This workshop is presented in four modules throughout the day:
Connecting for Cash
Obstacles to Opportunity
Presenting for Profit
Length of Presentation: 8.0-hour format ONLY
You just finished another GREAT seminar weekend with lots of ideas on how to improve your
business. Back to the shop you go…ready to implement all that you have learned. Next thing you
know you are back to firefighting and babysitting. What went wrong?
This class in intended to provide the owner/manager with practical tools that they can fall back on to
not only introduce new practices and processes into their shop but to make sure that they are
implemented successfully and for the long term.
This class will help you to:
Length (hours) of Presentation: 3.0 Hour Format
The stress level of shop owners and managers is at an all-time high. Pressure from customers,
vendors and employees are just a few of the stressors affecting owners on a daily basis. In this
class we will deal with THE number one cause of stress – an overall lack of accountability.
In an easy to follow format we will show shop owners and managers how to eliminate this
business killing disease once and for all creating an increase in sales as well as a pleasant work
environment for all.
Join us for a Town Hall Meeting with Carm Capriotto and our three member panel of experts:
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Saturday, February 17, 2018
Exhibit Floor Open:
9:00am - 5:00pm
SRC Arena in Syracuse, NY
4585 West Seneca Turnpike,
Syracuse, NY 13215