Fleet Management Techniques and Keys for Success

David Renschler, City of Fairfield- This course will provide a comprehensive look at the Fleet Manager role,  and best practices. Learn to enhance decision-making and techniques for improving fleet strategies.  

 Location: TBD

 

  • 95: Tuesday, June 19- 8 hr. class  8-4 pm

  • Lunch and networking 11:30-12:30

GAINING INSIGHTS FROM DATA ANALYTICS FOR FLEET MANAGEMENT

Dominic Meroux, Ford Greenfield Labs. and Ernesto Martinez, PEMA. "How can data analytics help with cost-effectively meeting sustainability goals? The intention of this session is to provide resources to fleet managers, including considerations like fuel price fluctuation, collecting the right data, and a hands-on example of building a spreadsheet and techniques to get buy in from stakeholders." 

  • 42: Tuesday, June 19- 2 hr. class

  • Data Driven Fleet Manager Tract  9 - 11 am

MME KONI Lift Maintenance & Troubleshooting

KONI- Demonstration and basic overview while lifting a HD vehicle for the BOSS PTO Multi-Drive (compressor , generator, hydraulic ) system class. Learn to properly setup and use wireless lifts. Questions answered. Location: Shop Bay

 

  • 96: Tuesday, June 19- 1 hr. class demo and display 7-8 am

Heavy Equipment- John Deere Hydraulics Overview and Diagnostics

Tom Beck and Erik Moak, PAPE Machinery- This course will cover troubleshooting the latest John Deere Electronic Components, Fuel Systems and Tier 4 Emissions After Treatment devices with the use of the printed Diagnostic Test Manual and On Board Diagnostic Module.

Location: North Training Room

  • 98: Tuesday, June 19 - 4 hr. class 

  • Morning class  8-11:30 am

  • Afternoon class 12:30-3 pm

MME Sewer Combination Truck Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Tim Powers, VACCON – The session will cover preventative maintenance prognostics and troubleshooting basics.  Learn to properly diagnose sewer truck issues as well as understand and implement a proper maintenance program.

Location: North Training Room

  • 101: Tuesday, June 19 - 2 hr. class troubleshooting 8-10am

  • 102: Tuesday, June 19 - 2 hr. class electrical (multiplexing) 10-11:30am

  • 103: Tuesday, June 19 - 2 hr. class troubleshooting 12:30-2 pm

  • 104: Tuesday, June 19 - 2 hr. class electrical (multiplexing) 2-4pm

 

Refuse body Electrical and Hydraulics

Phil Hoffman, LaBrie and Arata Equipment -This course will cover multiplexing and electro-hydraulic control systems.  Modern safety interlocks, troubleshooting and adjustment strategies Topics include function and operation of mechanical side loaders, and hydraulic cylinder systems.  Also discussed are diagnosis and repair techniques, including servicing, a review of basic engine mechanical testing.

Location: North Training Room

 

  • 105: Tuesday, June 19- 4 hr. module one electrical (multiplexing) 8 - 11:30 

  • 106: Tuesday, June 19- 4 hr. module two Hydraulics 12:30 pm - 4pm

 

 

Altec Industries – Aerial Hydraulics and Hybrid JEMS Overview

Sam McClellan, Altec Industries – This course will cover multiplexing and electro-hydraulic control systems.  Modern safety interlocks, troubleshooting and adjustment strategies topics include function and operation of aerial buckets, and hydraulic cylinder systems.  Also discussed are diagnosis and repair techniques, including Hybrid JEMS systems overview.

Location: Main Room

 

  • 115:  Tuesday, June 19 4 hr. class 8 – 11:30am

 

Heavy Duty Truck Hitch Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Premier Truck Hitch Maintenance & Troubleshooting

  • 107: Tuesday, June 19 2 hr. class for Heavy Duty Truck Hitch Maintenance and Troubleshooting 8-10am                Location: Shop Bay

  • 108: Tuesday, June 19 2 hr. class for Heavy Duty Truck Hitch Maintenance and troubleshooting 1-3pm         Location: Shop Bay

A1 Alt Fuels Installation Overview and Benefits

Sonny Leal, A1 Alt Fuels– The session will cover preventative maintenance prognostics and troubleshooting basics.  Learn to properly diagnose CNG delivery issues as well as understand and implement a proper maintenance program.

Location: Main  Room

  • 113: Tuesday, June 19  4 hr. class Afternoon 12:30-4pm

Allison Transmission Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Ron Pasquetti, Cummins – The session will cover preventative maintenance prognostics and troubleshooting basics.  Learn to properly diagnose transmission issues as well as understand and implement a proper maintenance program.

Location: Computer Room

  • 100: Tuesday, June 19 - 4 hr. class 

  • Morning class  8-11:30 am

  • Afternoon class 12:30-3 pm

Welding and Fabrication 

AJ Hardesty, Enoven- This course will cover safety, welding and fabrication best practices, metal selection and prep, equipment setup, welding techniques and inspection.

Location: Welding Room

  • 109: Tuesday, June 19 - 4 hr. class 

  • Morning class  8-11:30 am

  • Afternoon class 12:30-3 pm

 

Wattco Whelen Lighting Systems  

Location: Main Training Room

  • 111: Tuesday, June 19 - 4 hr. class 

  • Morning class  8-11:30 am

  • Afternoon class 12:30-3 pm

NG Engine Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Shannon Kelly, Cummins – The session will cover NG Engines preventative maintenance prognostics and troubleshooting basics.  Learn to properly diagnose engine control issues as well as understand and implement a proper maintenance program.​

Location: North Training Room

  • 103: Tuesday, June 19 - 4 hr. class 

  • Morning class  8-11:30 am

  • Afternoon class 12:30-3 pm

Trailer Design and Best Practices

Location: Shop Bay

 Victor Takehara,TPD-This course will cover best practices used for trailer design 

  • 221: Tuesday, June 19 1 hr. class for Trailer design 10-11 am

 

After Combustion Sensors

Marlon Kunz, GM. Your scan tool shows the Heated Oxygen Sensor voltage stuck under 500mv. Should the fuel trims be positive or negative? After combustion sensors course uses real world scenarios based on vehicles from several vehicle manufacturers to focus on the relationship between Heated Oxygen Sensor, Fuel Trims and Catalytic Converters. We will examine OEM supported techniques and tools to diagnosis Heated Oxygen Sensor, Fuel Trims and Catalytic Converters.

Location: Computer Room

222: Tuesday, June 19 - 8 hr.

  • Module A  8-11:30 am

  • Module B 12:30-3 pm

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