The course explains vehicle electrics and electrical theory, circuit operating principles and circuit functional requirements.
During the course, you will learn about series, parallel and compound electrical circuit types.
Vehicle electrics module 1 explains the relevance of these principles to understanding how vehicle electrical systems work.
The course explains Ohms Law and Watts law, highlighting CAN bus and lighting systems as practical examples of where these two laws of physics are relevant to modern vehicle electrics and electrical
The Vehicle Electrics Module 1 course shows you how to make best use of the key functions of a digital multi meter to take accurate, reliable test readings for volts, amps and ohms measurements.
The course comprises a range of classroom based guided practical study tasks.
Tasks are carried out using course workbooks in conjunction with electrical test kits, digital multi meters and a range of useful test leads and accessories.
These tasks are further supported by hands-on vehicle demonstrations, all designed to enable you to gain a detailed working knowledge of modern vehicle electrics.
An important part of the vehicle electrics module 1 course explains how to read wiring diagrams.
Here the course focuses on use of Autodata wiring diagrams and technical information.
You will identify electrical symbols, wiring colour codes and DIN number references.
You will learn how to follow a wiring diagram when carrying out circuit testing routines.
Vehicle electrics module 1 explains ISO and DIN standard relays and electronic relays. During this part of the course, you will learn about relay types and relay controlled circuits.
You will put into practice what you have learnt to build and test relay circuits using actual relays in conjunction with test kits, test leads and accessories and digital multi meters.
The course moves on to explain battery technologies and starting and charging systems. Vehicle Electrics module 1 explains modern pulse/maintenance battery chargers, digital battery analysers and explains lead/acid, AGM and EFB battery types.
You will learn about stop start systems and alternator management systems including the battery monitoring sensor and LIN bus controlled alternators – now a standard feature on most modern vehicles. Here, the vehicle electrics module 1 course explains important considerations when testing and charging modern vehicle batteries and charging systems.
At the start of the course, you will receive a fully illustrated set of course reference notes to use during the course and which are yours to take away at the end.
By the end of the course, you will have gained the knowledge required to carry out accurate test measurements of vehicle electrical circuits.
Assessment is on going throughout the course and at the end of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Professional Development from AK Automotive in recognition of your attendance on the Vehicle Electrics Module 1 training course.
£390.00 + VAT (total £468.00)
Lunch and refreshments included.
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To book a place on the next available Vehicle Electrics Module 1 training course, please contact Tony Kitchen at AK Automotive directly.
After successfully completing Vehicle Electrics Module 1 training course, you may like to progress to the following courses: