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Course 202 Troubleshooting Electrical/Electronic Systems

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This course presents a comprehensive overview of troubleshooting concepts and methods for electrical and electronic systems. The course is designed for technicians who already have a good understanding of DC and AC fundamentals. Emphasis is placed on thinking systematically about determining the cause of electrical problems, and selecting and using the correct meters and tools to obtain needed information.

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Course 210 Escalator Step Installation & Maintenance

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Course 210, Escalator Step Installation and Maintenance, assists the participant in demonstrating proper safety procedures and a working knowledge of the functions of various escalator and elevator components, controls, and assemblies.

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Course 211 Escalator-Specific Handrail Installation & Maintenance

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Course 211, Escalator-Specific Handrail Installation and Maintenance, assists the participant in demonstrating proper safety procedures and a working knowledge of the functions of various escalator handrail components, controls, and assemblies.

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Course 215 Elevator-Specific Mechanical Drive Systems

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Course 215, Elevator-Specific Mechanical Drive Systems course, assists the participant in demonstrating a working knowledge of the way drive machines for various types of elevators work and are configured. This course demonstrates the differences in elevator drive technology that is in common use in a public transit system.

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Course 216 Elevator-Specific Door Operation and Maintenance

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Course 216, Elevator-Specific Principles of Door Operation and Maintenance, assists the participant in demonstrating a working knowledge of the function of various elevator door configurations, including their components and how they should be inspected and maintained.

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Course 250: Principles of Troubleshooting

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Course 250, Principles of Troubleshooting, provides an overview of the troubleshooting process along with related general strategies, tips and pitfalls. Troubleshooting in the context of transit escalator and elevator systems will also be discussed.

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Course 302: Advanced Electrical Printreading

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302, Advanced Electrical Printreading, assists the participant in building on previous knowledge of reading prints, particularly ladder diagrams, towards understanding how electrical devices are represented on prints and how advanced printreading skills are essential for troubleshooting common electrical circuits found on escalators and elevators in a transit environment.

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Course 301: Troubleshooting Track Circuits

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​The purpose of the Track Circuits Troubleshooting and Repair course is to assist the participant in gaining in troubleshooting and repairing track circuits and their associated components.

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Course 304: Troubleshooting Highway Grade Crossings

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​The purpose of the Highway Grade Crossing Troubleshooting and Repair course is to assist the participant in gaining in troubleshooting and repairing highway grade crossings and their associated components.

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Course 302: Troubleshooting Switches and Derails

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​The purpose of the Switches and Derails Troubleshooting and Repair course is to assist the participant in gaining knowledge in troubleshooting and repairing switches, derails and their associated components.

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Course 304: Troubleshooting APS and Battery Systems

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Course 304, Troubleshooting and Repair of Auxiliary Power Supply and Battery Systems, is a two-module course that provides participants with the essential steps in approaching troubleshooting and repair of APS and battery systems on U.S. transit light and heavy rail cars.

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Course 306: Troubleshooting of HVAC Systems

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Course 306: Troubleshooting of HVAC Systems provides an overview to troubleshooting HVAC systems on railcars within the context of general troubleshooting and best practices. There is only one module for Course 306.

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Course 307: Signal Power Distribution Troubleshooting and Repair

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​The purpose of the Signal Power Troubleshooting and Repair course is to assist the participant in gaining working knowledge in troubleshooting and repairing signal power distribution systems.

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Course 303: Troubleshooting Propulsion and Dynamic Braking Systems

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Course 303, Troubleshooting Propulsion and Dynamic Braking Systems, is a one-module course that provides participants with the essential steps to approach troubleshooting propulsion and dynamic braking systems on U.S. transit light and heavy rail vehicles. NOTE: This course can be taught with focus on AC traction motors or as DC traction motors. The course instructor can choose to use one or both of these sections depending on their training needs. As such, this course has pre-course and post-course assessments for either of the two topics. Please contact Xinge Wang at the Transportation Learning Center for more information regarding the delivery of this course

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