Technical Training Lab for Automotive Technology

/Technical Training Lab for Automotive Technology

Technical Training Lab Details

This training lab combines theoretical lessons and action-based technical training of automotive mechatronics. While using training systems and specialised training vehicles, this technical training lab implements theory and practical exercises in measuring, troubleshooting and diagnosis with modern automotive training equipment.

Our Modules:
  • Requirements analysis
  • Planning and consultation
  • Conceptual design
  • Implementation
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Learning Outcome Test
The Christiani Technical Training Lab for Automotive Technology offers you the following:
  • Theory and practice from a single source
  • Motivation to learn and sustainable learning success
  • Didactic diversity and practically oriented training media
  • Strong partnerships with industry
  • Professional consulting – from the planning stage, all the way up to implementation
Example Configuration for 16 Workplaces:
  • Training Stands Sensors/Actuators
  • Basic electrical equipment, Comfort systems and CAN/LIN Bus data systems
  • Training Stands Common-Rail Injection Systems with Solenoid or Piezo Valve Injectors
  • Training Stands Direct Petrol Injection Systems FSI/TSI
  • Training Stands Functional Petrol or Diesel Engines
  • Vehicle with Integrated Fault Circuit
  • Student working stations
  • Measuring and Diagnosis Equipment
Suitable for:
  • Automotive technician with focus on passenger car technology
  • Automotive mechatronic engineer with a focus on passenger car technology
  • Service technician
Topic/Learning Objectives:
  • Working with maintenance schedules, wiring diagrams, symbols, terminal designations, wires and wiring connections
  • Naming mechanical, electrical and electronic components, assembly groups and systems
  • Checking and repairing mechanical, electrical and electronic circuits and systems
  • Selecting and using mechanical and electrical measuring and testing equipment
  • Measuring and evaluating electrical variables and signals
  • Documenting work results and evaluating by comparing with calculated variables and manufacturer specifications
  • Making use of the possibilities offered by commonly used workshop diagnosis testers
  • Making use of problem resolution strategies and/or alternatives during diagnosis
  • Documenting, analysing and evaluating measured values, signals and error protocols
  • Presenting results of fault localisation and identifying suitable repair strategies and measures

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