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ACDelco Training

ACDelco’s 100 years of OEM brand heritage combined with their Professional Service Centre (PSC) technician training program, make it the product demanded by the technicians of today. The PSC program is the fastest growing installer based program in Canada, that offers comprehensive technical training with both internet based and hands on abilities. It also offers a technical support hotline, exclusive rewards program and many other features.

Virtual Classroom Training

Virtual classroom training is a live, Internet-based and highly interactive Training class. It connects technicians to trainers, experts and peers. Training sessions last approximately 3 hours and cover a number of technical topics. VCT sessions allow an instructor to show live demos, go through course material, ask questions, quiz technicians and answer live questions immediately – all in a live setting.

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Web Based Training

Web based courses allow for self paced training. Instruction is delivered over the internet and is just in time, specific, job-focused and practical. It is multi-sensory as it presents instruction verbally, in writing, and through graphics and animation Web based training allows technicians to review sections of the course component as many times as they need to feel confident with the content. Technicians can log in and start and stop the course at their own convenience.

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ACDelco announces 2 New Web-Based Training courses for ACD and PSC Members!

Log on to take the brand new courses that are being offered, from the comfort of your computer chair.

 

For June we’ve launched 2 new ACDelco web-based training courses  to the ACDelco training web site.  The Course codes and outlines are below:

Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicles – S-EL06-58.01WBT
This course introduces the concept, design, and a brief history of hybrid and electric vehicle technology within General Motors. It also discusses electrical energy storage, transfer, and general concepts commonly used. Lastly, this course discusses the characteristics of hybrid controls. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•    Recall the history and design of Hybrid and electric vehicles
•    Recall the characteristics of electrical energy
•    Identify electrical storage, delivery, and transfer
•    Identify the characteristics of Hybrid control

GM Global Electrical Systems – S-EL06-52.02WBT
The GM Global Electrical Systems course familiarizes the service technician with the global format of service diagnostic procedures, including the common circuit types and functions used in GM electrical architecture and the types and characteristics of serial data circuits. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

•    Recall the types of electrical and ground circuits
•    Recall the types of voltage circuits and their characteristics
•    Identify the types of signal circuits
•    Recall the types of control circuits
•    Identify the types of serial data circuits
•    Recognize how to troubleshoot electrical systems using a systematic process

Instructor Led Training

Instructor Led Training courses incorporate hands-on practice and recognition of vehicle component functionality and would cover diagnostics and repair procedures.

Current courses being offered are:

S-EP08-07.01ILT-CA -After Combustion Sensors: What is in the exhaust making your engine run rough?

S-MT03-01.01ILT-CA – AWD/4WD Systems: It’s all about gaining traction

S-DS11-15.01SEM-CA – Real-world Service Programming: The Dealer isn’t the only game in town

S-EP08-17.01SEM-CA – Emissions Readiness: How do you get there after the repair?

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Registration required for participation for all ACDelco Training. PSC and ACE members receive additional discounts. Contact Jeff Graham [jeffgraham@canusa-cdc.com] for more details.