AECS has developed as set of very practical training courses. The content is adjusted to the actual needs of modern garages and specialists. The training system is tiered and caters for all levels form the experienced mechanic upwards.
In this world of ever changing technologies, the need to keep up is particularly important.
AECS as an institute is therefore an important business partner.
is using its own developed teaching methods in a way that makes, for you locating and repairing faults in electronic systems efficient and effective.
We made this summer (2012-2013) a lovely new seminar the EMS 1-3. It is a real worthwhile seminar, dealing with diagnostics on variable valve lift, variable cam timing, Direct injection (late model and early technologies), multiple ECU systems, ECU reflashing, etc. Its a real usefull training to get ready to diagnose faults on what comes into your workshop already.
The intended target group for the AECS seminars is the (highly) experienced Automotive repairer and auto electrician. The people that have been in the industry for years and know from experience and feeling when something is not 100% right : The main stays of the industry of whom most feel uncomfortable with computer controlled electronics.
After Wayne from Barrett Auto Electrical attended the EMS1-1 training seminar in Invercargill (17-May-07). Wayne wrote as comment in the evaluation form that as most value to him was: "Ignition pattern testing and O2 sensor testing were of great value. ."
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