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This five-day program develops deductive reasoning abilities in Heavy Equipment Technicians that can be applied to complex electrical and mechanical systems. It is guaranteed to significantly reduce equipment downtime and costs.

Over 1,000 lbs of project equipment is trailered to your site. This enables participants tospend 90% of their time troubleshooting realistic faults utilizing both hardwired (including CAN Bus) and software simulators under the guidance of a Master Troubleshooter.

Based on Canada Training Group's proprietary Deductive Reasoning TM methodology, this program is flexible enough to develop strong processes in younger troubleshooters and still challenge experienced troubleshooters to fine-tune their skills.

Another major outcome from this training will be a huge increase in job satisfaction. Your troubleshooters will be keenly aware of their increased competence and feel capable of extraordinary achievement. The natural result is a dramatic increase in productivity; your people will see the impact of a job well done and will want to do more.

Any troubleshooter determined to improve their game will be able to apply our Deductive Reasoning TM methodology to electrical, mechanical and other systems, collectively saving you hundreds of thousands of dollars in downtime during their career with your company.

Our instructors have 30-40 years of electrical troubleshooting experience, including 15-20 years as troubleshooting instructors. Our maximum class size of 8 students allows the instructor to work closely with each student to improve every aspect of their troubleshooting skills and ensure their maximum learning.

Past participants continue to make especial reference to the measurable increase in their safety by following our proprietary Deductive Reasoning TM methodology.

Who should attend: Heavy Equipment Technicians, Millwrights, Mechanics, Technicians, and any other worker who must be relied on to quickly and accurately diagnose and fix electrical and mechanical systems.

You will be able to: Significantly reduce equipment downtime by rigorously applying our proprietary troubleshooting process

Next Electro-Mechanical Deductive Reasoning for Heavy Equipment Technicians Courses
March 2 – 6, 2020 Edmonton, AB OR20109 $2499.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
May 25 – 29, 2020 Halifax, NS OR20110 $2499.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
August 10 – 14, 2020 Surrey, BC OR20112 $2499.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
October 26 – 30, 2020 Mississauga, ON OR20113 $2499.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
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  • Michael Downing, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
    “I was very happy with the course. I learned a lot. My troubleshooting skills have improved more than what I was expecting. The teacher was awesome and very knowledgeable.”
  • Brent Green, Newfoundland Power
    “The instructor Ed Rideout, presented the course content in a clear efficient manner. New troubleshooting techniques were well presented and received. By the end of the course I had noticed overall improvement in circuit troubleshooting ability.”
  • Johnny Quayson, Syncrude
    “He was amazing from the beginning till the end for his in-depth knowledge of the course materials. He speaks in a tone that could be understood. If you call his attention on any topic, he spent time with you and made sure you got it. I loved the course.”
  • James Churchill, Cameco Corporation
    "I liked this course as there were good fault/circuit boards to work on. I liked the heater simulator as it related to a lot of what I would do on a regular troubleshooting day. (A lot of propane furnaces, which are similar) Also, the timing circuit was great, a lot of knowledge came out of that one...
  • Brian Weir, Suncor
    "Great instruction, I learnt a lot of troubleshooting skills. It was a very informative course!!"

Course topics

1. INTRODUCTION

Objective:

I. EVALUATE AND COMPARE REASONING METHODOLOGIES

Objective: Determine the most efficient and effective reasoning methodology to employ while troubleshooting

II. DEDUCE FAULT TYPE

Objective: Isolate the root cause using deduction.

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1. INTRODUCTION

Objective:

  • Course Introduction
  • Student Introductions

I. EVALUATE AND COMPARE REASONING METHODOLOGIES

Objective: Determine the most efficient and effective reasoning methodology to employ while troubleshooting

  • Review Analytical Thinking
  • Review Divergent Thinking
  • Review Convergent Thinking
  • Review Inductive Reasoning
  • Develop a Troubleshooting Procedure Applying Deductive Reasoning
  • Compare Deductive Reasoning to Analytical Thinking
  • Review Deductive Reasoning
  • Develop an Electrical Troubleshooting Procedure Applying Deductive Reasoning
  • Practical Projects

II. DEDUCE FAULT TYPE

Objective: Isolate the root cause using deduction.

  • Differentiate Between Electrical and Mechanical Faults
  • Differentiate Between Electrical and Fluid Faults
  • Differentiate Between Power and Control Faults
  • Differentiate Between Electrical and Electronic Faults
  • Identify Black Box Faults
  • Practical Projects

III. PLAN YOUR TROUBLESHOOTING APPROACH

Objective: Use empirical evidence to plan your steps.

  • Evaluate Hazards
  • Select Starting Point
  • Plan Minimum Troubleshooting Steps
  • Deduce Test Results
  • Practical Projects

IV. PREPARE TO TROUBLESHOOT

Objective: Develop preparatory skills.

  • Select Troubleshooting Tools
  • Make Factual Observations
  • Plan Your Tests
  • Gather Empirical Evidence
  • Practical Projects

V. TROUBLESHOOT THE SYSTEM

Objective: Apply a non-redundant series of minimum tests supported with documentation of the process.

  • Control Hazards
  • Conduct Tests
  • Record Tests and Results
  • Practical Projects

VI. INTERPRET DATA

Objective: Utilize results of troubleshooting to both fix the current problem but to also deduce root cause.

  • Evaluate Test Results
  • Eliminate Non-Problem Areas
  • Identify True Cause of Failure
  • Practical Projects
  • Isolate Cause of Failure

VII. TROUBLESHOOT 12/24VDC SYSTEM PROBLEMS

Objective: Apply deductive reasoning skills to identify and isolate constant and intermittent DC system problems with the fewest tests

  • Open Circuits
  • Short Circuits
  • Voltage Drops
  • Voltage Loss
  • Grounded Circuits
  • Crossed Circuits
  • Sensor Faults
  • Actuator Faults
  • ECU Faults
  • Practical Projects

VIII. UNDERSTAND HEAVY EQUIPMENT CAN BUS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Objective: Identify and relate the individual components of a CAN Bus system and how they are integrated into a system

  • CAN Protocols
  • CAN Networks
  • Electronic Control Units
  • CAN Bus
  • Nodes
  • CAN Message
  • CAN Logging
  • Diagnostic Trouble Codes
  • Sensors
  • Actuators
  • CAN Customizing
  • Practical Projects

IX. TROUBLESHOOT HEAVY EQUIPMENT CAN BUS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Objective: Apply deductive reasoning skills to identify and isolate constant and intermittent CAN Bus system problems with the fewest tests

  • Test Instruments
  • Electronic Control Unit Problems
  • BUS Problems
  • Sensor Problems
  • Node Problems
  • Actuator Problems
  • Open Circuits
  • Grounded Circuits
  • Hi - Lo Short Circuits
  • Practical Projects

X. TROUBLESHOOT HEAVY EQUIPMENT CAN BUS SENSORS

Objective: Apply deductive reasoning skills when testing sensors

  • Sensor Types
  • Sensor Calibration
  • Liquid Level Sensors
  • Position Sensors
  • Pressure Sensors
  • Speed/Timing Sensors
  • Temperature Sensors
  • Other Sensors
  • Practical Projects

XI. TROUBLESHOOT HEAVY EQUIPMENT CAN BUS ACTUATORS

Objective: Apply deductive reasoning skills when testing actuators

  • Actuator Types
  • Actuator Calibration
  • Engine Actuators
  • Brake Actuators
  • Steering Actuators
  • Transmission Actuators
  • Chassis Actuators
  • Other Actuators
  • Practical Projects

XII. CONCLUSION

Objective: Conclude course and evaluate troubleshooting skill progression in both speed and accuracy.

  • Evaluation of Learned Skills
  • Review of Course Goals
  • Review of Student Goals
  • Evaluation of Course

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    Joe Kiceniuk was educated at University of Alberta and University of British Columbia and has technical training in electronics with over 40 years experience in electronic circuit construction, troubleshooting and service. Joe has a working knowledge of multiple programming languages and extensive experience with quality control in analytical systems. He has designed and built equipment and is the...

     
    • Stephen Young, Shell Canada
      "Joe Kiceniuk is very knowledgeable and very personable. He is a very good instructor."
    • Andrew Sheaves, Suncor
      “I think it was a great course. I haven’t done a lot of troubleshooting up to this point but certainly feel better prepared to do so now. Joe Kiceniuk is a great instructor and very knowledgeable.”
    • Ivan Holderness, Suncor
      "The instructor, Joe Kiceniuk was very knowledgeable, patient and helpful with all of the course content. Adequate time was always given and I felt free to ask questions. It was a great program all around. (How to Analytically Troubleshoot Electrical Systems)"
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  • “This course helps to improve troubleshooting skills by starting with the basics. Shows the importance of documentation for helping you and your coworkers. By planning your testing, you will be more efficient. Course was thorough and well instructed. The instructor made sure everyone was at the same...

    David Brown, Barrick – Williams Operating Corporation
  • Excellent course, Joe Kiceniuk did a great job presenting the material. This was a very good refresher for those of us who have experience troubleshooting electrical/electronics and excellent foundation for those us who did not.

    Rick Farrington, Velco
  • "This is an excellent course. I learned a lot of valuable information, especially regarding the application of thinking and learning patterns. Draw out your problem area and focus on the underlying issue."

    Steven Crane, Substation Electrician, Newfoundland Power
  • “I was very happy with the course. I learned a lot. My troubleshooting skills have improved more than what I was expecting. The teacher was awesome and very knowledgeable.”

    Michael Downing, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • "Course teaches and dictates the importance of keeping focused on issue and document info. Plan a strategic execution of analyzing data, record info, isolate problem areas and control amount of excess testing with meter to minimize false readings.

    Todd Giesbrecht, Agrium
  • "Joe Kicenuik left lots of time to review all the classroom material. He was very helpful in answering any questions and was effective in explaining what troubleshooting techniques work best for each particular problem. This course will improve your way of approaching future problems in your job field."

    Colwyn Meredith, Suncor
  • “The instructor was knowledgeable on course content. He kept everything in informal and made it fun. Emphasized the process on how to solve problems.”

    Daryl Magerl, TransAlta, TransGas
  • "Very good tips on how to break down a problem into manageable steps. And on eliminating problem areas to break down problems. Good teaching."

    Karsten Harms, Agrium
  • “The first day I thought I should get a little more instructions, but I got into it and I started to see the objective, what the objective was to get me thinking and figuring out methods to improve my troubleshooting. In the beginning I was frustrated but as my troubleshooting improved, frustration...

    Terry Wardrobe, Weyerhaeuser
  • The props/test equipment makes it easier to understand and learn. Computer apps were an interesting challenge. Even with years of experience, it is helpful to see troubleshooting from another structured perspective.

    Dennis Riesterer, Velco
  • "Course was beneficial in that it shows if you take a complex problem and break it down, document the information you have and come up with a plan, it makes troubleshooting the problem easier."

    Martin Fleming, Irving Tissue
  • “My troubleshooting skills are better after finding a method to break apart electrical problems. This course shows you efficient ways to analyze information and plan tests.”

    Landon Walker, CO-OP Refinery Complex
  • I think the course was useful because it taught me how to plan my troubleshooting. It was a lot of hands on tasks which was good. It gave me a lot of testing experience and the ability to experiment, going about problems in a different way. The instructor, Terry Yonkheym was knowledgeable and kept the...

    Mike Sliva, Agrium
  • “I found this instructor to be very knowledgeable and engaging. He presented the course material in an organized manner, making it easy to follow. The concepts presented will be of great benefit to troubleshooting. I would recommend this course and instructor.”

    Bruce Starkes, Barrick - Williams Operating Corporation
  • “I really enjoyed my practical class. Thank you for sharing your expertise, I hopefully will be able to implement it further into the field. Thanks.”

    Sergei Martynenko, Winnipeg Airport Authority
  • I enjoyed this class a lot. I liked the use of the different boards and how hands-on the class was.

    Matt Hawkins, Velco
  • “This was a very good course that I will recommend to other electricians that I work with. The instructor was very personable and knowledgeable. This course helped me to analyze and understand circuits that I will come across without seeing them beforehand.”

    Aaron Belanger, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • "The hands on work was well organized and the computer word was a nice change from the norm, both of which made you think. This is a must have course for technologists."

    Jason Dalton, Substation Electrician, Newfoundland Power
  • “The instructor did a great job, very informative, very helpful, lots of knowledge. This is one of the best courses I have ever been involved in; I learnt a lot from this experience.

    Shannon Park, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • “I thoroughly enjoyed this course. It had lots of hands on exercises, which is the best way to learn. Ed Rideout was very knowledgeable and obviously had a ton of practical experience. Great instructor!”

    Dan Rogers, Newfoundland Power
  • “This was a great course; I had no experience on troubleshooting prior to the start of this course. Now I feel comfortable. I'm glad it was available for me and it will greatly help me in the future.”

    Alan MacDonald, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • “This course is the best I've ever done. Lots of hands-on which is the best and fastest way to learn. This course is making me feel more comfortable in troubleshooting; the instructor was a great teacher and a nice person.”

    Darren Buckle, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • "This course was fun and challenging at the same time. Instruction was clear, done in a comfortable environment."

    Vanessa Baker, Suncor
  • “Instructor was very knowledgeable and the course was great. The course was very hands on which made it easier to learn.”

    Blake Martel, City of Ottawa
  • "Thought the course was very informative. It taught extra ways of thinking to use for problems. The instructor, Ed Rideout was very experienced and showed poise when asked to go over/show different ways of explaining a problem to the class."

    Alex McKee, Suncor Energy
  • “I found that I should be able to find faults much, much faster now. Thank you tremendously.”

    G. Armstead, Co-Op Refinery Complex
  • “I found this course to be very precise and to the point, teaching an effective and expedient means to troubleshoot a system that is more or less universal. I found the method this course taught to even be effective on systems I was not familiar with; using this method I was able to successfully troubleshoot...

    T.W. Garvey, Department of National Defence
  • "Very good. Good amount of hands on mixed with a good amount of theory. The workload was perfect, any more would have been rushed or not understood by the end of the day. My brain was tired. Any less would not have forced me to push myself. The hands on laptops were perfect."

    James Larsen, City of Red Deer
  • “ How to analyze, document and test efficiently... this course is for anyone who works on electrical systems.”

    Michael Irving, Maintenance Electrician, Shell Canada
  • “Very fun course with a wide variety of equipment. Good practice for troubleshooting, unfamiliar equipment also good practice for using your logic for solving unknown electrical problems. The instructor was very helpful and made the course very interesting.” Roch Lavergne, Norbord

    Roch Lavergne, Norbord
  • "This course will pay for itself the first time a critical motor is down. If it saves one hour of downtime that is $100,000.00"

    Patrick Kachur, Electrician, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor was extremely helpful, knowledgeable, friendly and understanding of the student’s different levels of experience. The course was probably one of the best I've done to date. I feel more confident when approaching equipment to repair with either experience or little experience working...

    Philip Roberts, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • "Although I experience many similar troubleshooting scenarios at work, this course helped develop the proper way. Planning, diagrams, a proper course of action that could help me be more effective in the field."

    Dustin Yarosh, Imperial Oil Ltd.
  • "This course gets your mind working so you can look at a problem in a different frame of mind."

    Kirk Barron, Shell Canada
  • “ A good variety of content, and a well informed and open instructor. I will be teaching this method amongst my apprentices and co-workers.”

    Ed Wilhelm, Station Electrician, SaskPower
  • “Introduction was good, well-paced and concise. This course had the perfect proportion of lecture vs hands on. It had a good variety of troubleshooting diagnostic boards/software, an excellent course for apprentices.”

    Troy Gold, Co-Op Refinery Complex
  • “The instructor, Terry Yonkheym sure knows his stuff which helps a lot. I think in time I will surely benefit from this course (once I make what I learnt common practice). Class size was perfect and overall experience was good.”

    Daniel Goebel, Argus Machine Co. Ltd.
  • “The course was useful in the sense that it teaches the importance of finding your starting point and staying calm while troubleshooting. The course would be best suited for apprentices, journeymen with little or no troubleshooting experience. There are lessons to be taken from it and about the mental...

    Tristan R, LP Peace Valley OSB
  • “This course was a great eye opener on how planning before troubleshooting, will save you a lot of pain and time. As anew worker to the industrial workplace it is a great way to boost my troubleshooting skills. The instructor was great and made sure we all got the points before we moved on and gave...

    Robbie Bath, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • “ Excellent, an invaluable troubleshooting tool.”

    Jim King, Electrician, Williams Operating Corp
  • “The course was challenging and effective in teaching the intended skills. As long as one keeps in mind its intent which is to focus on a troubleshooting system rather than the particular equipment, I think anyone would find it an excellent learning experience.”

    Peter Pavich, Weyerhaeuser Canada
  • “This was a really good course and instructor(Ed Rideout). I found great improvement in troubleshooting procedures and documentation. It also reduced number of steps to find faults by 50% to 75% (more efficient). I recognized different ways to troubleshoot (both open circuits and short circuits). I...

    Tony Cranford, Newfoundland Power
  • “Good hands on training in a controlled setting. Trains you on an approach to troubleshooting. Proves that the importance of documenting your finding, shows how to divide and conquer the problem. Lots of different troubleshooting problems to work on so there is something for everyone.”

    Russell Penson, Weyerhaeuser
  • “ I enjoyed it. It was very mixed. You were not overdoing just one aspect but always covering something new. I like the troubleshooting tools…thinking, observing, analysis, then test!”

    Wade Harrogate, Maintenance Supervisor, Molson Breweries
  • "The contents of this course will be an invaluable asset to me and I would recommend that other technicians also take this course."

    John Taylor, Ontario Power Generation
  • “This is an excellent course for giving troubleshooting procedure. Shows how to breakdown and analyze a problem so with minimal tests you are able to find the problem. The instructor, Terry Yonkheym was very knowledgeable and has extensive knowledge in the troubleshooting and electrical systems. Recommended...

    Tyler Dobbie, Department of National Defence
  • “This course was very beneficial in helping you to think about how to breakdown problems to reduce troubleshooting time. The idea of documenting everything so that others can pick up where you left off will help with cross shift issues.”

    Darcy Orthner, Cameco
  • “The course was well thought out, had good equipment, good pace, and relevant training material. The instructor was friendly and relatable, good instruction, good at presenting ideas in different ways to help with understanding.”

    Justin Power, BC Hydro
  • “I would recommend this course to my co-workers. I learnt how to document everything and how to approach and solve problems in a different way.”

    Kris Samociuk, City of Ottawa
  • “The instructor Ed Rideout, presented the course content in a clear efficient manner. New troubleshooting techniques were well presented and received. By the end of the course I had noticed overall improvement in circuit troubleshooting ability.”

    Brent Green, Newfoundland Power
  • “This was a well paired course with plenty of time and exercises to complete, very knowledgeable instruction for planning.”

    Andrew Luxton, LP Peace Valley OSB
  • “Using logic and better testing (meter) techniques, I am now a much more effective and efficient trouble-shooter.”

    Colin Lynn, Co-Op Refinery Complex
  • “I personally enjoyed this course. It helps me a lot when troubleshooting any electrical system. How to break down a circuit and where to pinpoint a problem, it was challenging at times, but that's the valuable part of the course. It really makes you think. The instructor was very informative and knowledgeable...

    Alex Hansen, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • This course is an excellent learning tool for troubleshooting. The way it was taught was excellent for getting though the information. For personal gain this was a very good experience. The hands on showed me a ton of new useful information. Ed Rideout was a great teacher, clear and thorough.

    Rob Gaudreau, Argus Machine Co Ltd.
  • "The best off-site training I have been to..."

    Lee Morsette, Boeing
  • "The course was effective at teaching the importance of proper documentation of problems and how to narrow down a problem area."

    Mike Gallant, Irving Tissue
  • “He was amazing from the beginning till the end for his in-depth knowledge of the course materials. He speaks in a tone that could be understood. If you call his attention on any topic, he spent time with you and made sure you got it. I loved the course.”

    Johnny Quayson, Syncrude
  • The course was effective at teaching the importance of proper documentation of problems and how to narrow down a problem area.

    Mike Gallant, Irving Tissue
  • "I liked this course as there were good fault/circuit boards to work on. I liked the heater simulator as it related to a lot of what I would do on a regular troubleshooting day. (A lot of propane furnaces, which are similar) Also, the timing circuit was great, a lot of knowledge came out of that one...

    James Churchill, Cameco Corporation
  • “This course and the instructor were both exceptional and I highly recommend this course to anyone in the electrical trade.”

    Travis Cluett, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • “Course overall is very good. A lot of good, on topic information. Very beneficial to anyone having to troubleshoot systems. The instructor was excellent. Very versed at delivering the information at an in depth but widely understood method. His knowledge with the process of troubleshooting is very...

    Dave McDonald, Canada Training Group
  • “The course was very effectively laid out and the use of the training aids made the course much easier to stay engaged. The instructor was very knowledgeable and was able to steer you in the proper direction without making you feel stupid. Excellent course overall.”

    Stuart Yemen, City of Ottawa
  • "Great instruction, I learnt a lot of troubleshooting skills. It was a very informative course!!"

    Brian Weir, Suncor
  • “The course was very helpful in developing a better technique to approach troubleshooting faults, thinking more about the test you are going to perform. I would recommend this course.”

    Jake Couture, Syncrude
  • “I thought this course was a great approach to improving troubleshooting skills. Ed Rideout did a great job instructing, was very knowledgeable and easy to understand. I could see my skills improving as the week went on. The test sets used for the course were great, as well as the software. All in...

    Neil Woodman, Newfoundland Power
  • "This is the first time I have been trained in a step by step approach to troubleshooting. I feel, this will make future troubleshooting and breakdown issues in the future a lot safer and problem solving a lot easier. Increased production, increased safety means...WIN, WIN!!"

    Eugene Comeau, David Bell Mine
  • “The instructor explained the material very well; he was very knowledgeable of the equipment, material and software. He was able to break down problems to a level anyone could understand. I noticed improvement day to day in my troubleshooting abilities.”

    Steve Terry, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • “I found the course and the instructor challenged me in ways that revealed my weaknesses and provided the skills and system to overcome them. Well worth it!”

    Mike Ferguson, Ainsworth Engineered
  • “Very good to think of troubleshooting in a more effective manner and safer to record results and findings for information sharing’s and recording. WebCAT will send all people to course in electrical field.”

    Tom Rustige, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • “The course will help me a lot in troubleshooting. It made me learn to troubleshoot quicker and able to split the problem in half the time. The instructor was really good at what he teaches and that made the course better. Thanks.”

    Jeremy Buchart, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • "The props and test equipment make it easier to understand and learn. Computer apps were an interesting challenge. Even with a lot of years experience it is helpful to see troubleshooting from another structured perspective."

    Dennis Riesterer, Velco
  • “I thought the course was very well done. I liked the hands-on approach. The instructor was very knowledgeable. I would recommend to coworkers. We work on generator systems, kitchen equipment, industrial, overhead crane VFD’s, HVAC Systems on the base, overhead doors, fire pump diesel and electric.”

    Jeff Bird, Department of National Defense
  • "I gained the ability to take my troubleshooting to the next level by doing it faster and safer. I believe I have the ability to troubleshoot any problem by applying the steps that I learned in this course."

    Dustin Kavanagh, Husky Energy
  • "I enjoyed the troubleshooting and especially the methodology"

    Dave Cox, Koch Fertilizers
  • “Very good training, very much like back to the trade school. Best training I have been on in a long time. It really helped with logical process for troubleshooting. Example, more analysis less testing.”

    Drew Cameron, City of Ottawa.
  • “The information was good. There was lots of hands on, which was excellent. The instructor kept things moving at a good pace. He was knowledgeable about aspects of the course material. The equipment used worked well with the troubleshooting objective. Definitely learnt something.”

    Bruce Bell, Winnipeg Airport Authority
  • “I learnt more than I thought I would have learnt. I’ve learned that having more information and being organized is the key to the problem solving. Having a place to start is better than staring at the wall. The instructor was informative and explained things so I could understand them. Definitely...

    Ron Barrett, Otis
  • “The instructor is very patient and knowledgeable, offered assistance and gave time to help me understand the task at hand.”

    Bob Young, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper
  • The course was very informative and taught us a good way on how to troubleshoot. The teacher, Terry Yonkheym was good at getting his points across and always had time for each person.

    Dave Smale, Agrium
  • "This course was excellent overall. The equipment and tools provided were excellent. The instructor Ed Rideout, was clear and made you feel comfortable with the material."

    Tyler Romanchuk, Suncor Energy
  • “This course was very beneficial, learning and brushing up on old skills. The testing boards/equipment is all set up very well. I would certainly suggest this to any and all colleagues. Two thumbs up.”

    Marris Romaniuk, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable in troubleshooting and course content very interesting and worthwhile course.”

    Mark Johnstone, Syncrude
  • “Was a good course. Enjoyed the challenges of troubleshooting with a different method. Would highly recommend.”

    Laurie Tischler, TransGas
  • “The instructor has lots of experience and demonstrated the information very well. I will make use of the information presented. Great course.”

    Byron Olsen, Olsen Audio
  • "I think this was a great course. I haven't done a lot of troubleshooting up to this point but certainly feel better prepared to do so now. Joe Kiceniuk is a great instructor and he is very knowledgeable."

    Andrew Sheaves, Suncor
  • “This course was very informative and makes you think outside the box. It was challenging troubleshooting. The instructor was knowledgeable and showed you safe troubleshooting techniques. It was a positive atmosphere, effective meter placement, reduced troubleshooting times, visual troubleshooting...

    Taylor Angers, Barrick – Williams Operating Corporation
  • "I believe this course will help decrease downtime if we document, analyze and have a plan before we start arc testing."

    Aaron Staudinger, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor was knowledgeable about the content of the course, which helps explaining how to dissect and troubleshooting electrical problems and prints. This course is a valuable asset. It's provided knowledge on how to become quicker and more efficient at recognizing the problem in an electrical...

    Jim Ellis, Barrick – Williams Operating Corporation
  • “This was an excellent course with a great layout of the material. It starts with a learning process of systematically breaking down the circuits to narrow down the focus area. By doing this, you have a smaller focus area and less testing, making you more efficient. Also learning the importance of...

    Rich Norman, Syncrude Canada
  • “I think that after taking this course, I will become a faster and better trouble-shooter. The instructor was very well informed and came across so that I could understand it easily.”

    Neil Felt, Weyerhaeuser Canada
  • “Enforced the importance of good documentation, know what to expect from meter readings before the readings, understanding the problem, get all the available info, if stuck on a problem, take a short break.”

    Tom Fischer, Weyerhaeuser Canada
  • “ Good course content and lots of hands on to solidify the theory. This course will pay for itself in two weeks”

    Dion Antle, Electrical Supervisor, Kruger Pulp and Paper
  • "I liked this class a lot. I liked the use of the different boards and how hands on the class was. The instructor, Joe Kiceniuk was very knowledgeable and clear on his points."

    Matt Hawkins, Velco
  • Although I experience many similar troubleshooting scenarios at work, this course helps develop the proper way. Planning, diagrams and a proper course of action that could help me be more effective in the field. I found the last few days interesting as well as being related to electronic systems, some...

    Dustin Yarosh, Imperial Oil
  • “I would recommend this course to all electrical workers. This course helps you go through the process on what and how to troubleshoot electrical systems. I believe that this would help people troubleshoot electrical problems faster.”

    Ryan Sernecky, TransGas
  • "Terry Yonkheym was very patient with our lack of technical "expertise". This was a good course to show us methods to practice in future activities to analyze and plan a method to put into practice."

    Scott Cooke, Agrium
  • “Wish I had been given the opportunity to take this training years back. Learning in the classroom, rather than learning in the field, costs the company less down time. This easily pays for the training. Thanks for letting me attend. I will be promoting this to have our 9 control techs take the training.”

    George Fischer, TransGas
  • “ Excellent content with plenty of hands-on troubleshooting and demo-circuits to use/test the techniques.”

    James Froese, Instrumentation Tech, Abitibi Consolidated
  • I enjoyed the course. It refreshed things that I have not had to troubleshoot in a long time. I will recommend this course to everyone in my shop. Thanks for the knowledge Joe Kiceniuk.

    Scott Felton, SaskPower
Day 1
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch Time 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by Afternoon Break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 2
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch Time 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by Afternoon Break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 3
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch Time 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by Afternoon Break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 4
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch Time 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by Afternoon Break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 5
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch Time 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by Afternoon Break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
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