• ""Solving Diagnostic Repair Issues"

    ""Solving Diagnostic Repair Issues"

    Description:

    "Solving Diagnostic Repair Issues "

    Using Critical Thinking Skills

     

    This seminar will focus on developing a critical thinking process for approaching automotive repair and diagnosis.This seminar will discuss how to use mind mapping and other techniques to solve those difficult diagnostic repair issues.The critical thinking process development will use actual case studies.Technicians will be given a workbook that they will use to develop their own mind mapping and critical thinking skills and strategies.

    David Crippen:

     Dave’s automotive experience, during the past 30 years, has included working as a repair technician, and a test engineer in an EPA certified vehicle emissions laboratory. He is ASE certified in A6, A8, L1, and holds a California Smog License. Dave graduated with an AA degree in Automotive Service and Repair from Fullerton College. Continuing his education, and graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial Education, and a Vocational Education degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.

    His experience includes training for Allen Test products and Snap-On Tools Corporation. I also trained for Mitchell International from 1988-1990. Instructional experience also includes Vocational Automotive education through the California Community College system and high school industrial arts. He was also an application’s engineer with Edge Diagnostic Systems where I was one of the original designers of Simu-Tech.

    Members - $30.00
    Non-Members - $40.00