Whether you are a new mechanic or working to become a master tech,
AVI's Coaching program will help improve your diagnostic skills and take you to the next level.
Can’t find good techs? Make the ones you already have better. Get your technicians up to speed.
6 Week Sessions:
- Online Assessment
- 6 Online Group Sessions (2 hours each)
- Post Test
- Certificates of Session Completion
An ASE Master Certified instructor will help enhance your skills over a wide range of industry topics.
Technician Training Program
Purpose: To Improve technician diagnostic problem-solving skills and technical aptitude.
6 Week Session: $300 Per Technician for All Access Pass Subscribers
February - March: Diesel
This course will consist of six (6) weekly zoom meetings with our registered attendees. They will be held Thursdays on Zoom. There will be an online orientation and an online assessment provided to take before the first meeting.
This coaching session, consisting of six webinar meetings, is full of information on Ford Powerstroke diagnostics covering extensive 6.7 Powerstroke repair information and select tips on 6.4, 6.0, and 7.3 engines. The coaching sessions will demo actual testing and practical service demonstrations along with helpful tips and tricks from our ASE Master Technician Instructor Tom Rayk. The instructor will also furnish the participants with detailed handouts and recommend other materials for additional participant self-study. If you service Powerstroke Diesel vehicles, this program is a must!
- Review of the high-pressure oil system, leak checks, and components
- Discuss fuel system updates and common issues
- Evaluate PCM connectors, wiring diagrams, and common communication issues
- Illustrate fuel injector operation
- Diagnose engine oil issues and evaluate causes for aeration
- Procedures for inspection of injector sleeves and list issues found with coolant and diesel contamination
- Outline turbocharger testing, including boost vs. backpressure
- Discuss engine oil pressure diagnosis and how it affects the ICP pressure
- Analyze common rail information and care
- Investigate fuel contamination and fuel injection pump diagnosis
- Interpret fuel trim stability, analyzing fuel adjustments made by the PCM
- Relate turbocharger issues, including oil and boost issues
- Generalize causes for oil dilution and premature engine issues such as broken rocker arms
- Describe turbocharger/wastegate equipped systems vs. non-wastegate equipped
- Communicate on cooling systems, primary and secondary/service
- Demonstrate proficiency in scan tool use, PIDS, and data
- Generalize aftertreatment systems and the associated data
What to Expect:
Orientation is on January 28 @ 6:30 pm- 7:30pm EST
- Meet your instructor and get familiar with the upcoming sessions.
Before your first class:
- Take the online assessment – link to assessment will be provided
- Attend orientation on Jan 28th at 6:30 pm EST
Schedule Option 1: Day Session
- Feb. 4: 11am-1pm EST – Session 1
- Feb. 11: 11am-1pm EST – Session 2
- Feb. 18: 11am-1pm EST – Session 3
- Feb. 25: 11am-1pm EST – Session 4
- Mar. 4: 11am-1pm EST – Session 5
- Mar. 11: 11am-1pm EST – Session 6
Schedule Option 2: Evening Session - SOLD OUT
- Feb. 4: 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 1
- Feb. 11: 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 2
- Feb. 18: 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 3
- Feb. 25: 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 4
- Mar. 4: 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 5
- Mar. 11 6:30pm-8:30pm EST – Session 6
Future Session Topics:
STEERING & SUSPENSION
HEATING & A/C
HYBRID / ELECTRIC VEHICLES