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Diesel engine training gets hi-tech boost

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Thomson Delmar Learning has designed a new computerized training course to assist in the education ...


ALBANY, N.Y. — Thomson Delmar Learning has designed a new computerized training course to assist in the education of diesel engine truck technicians.

The Computer Based Training (CBT) course focuses specifically on medium- and heavy-duty truck diesel engines; utilizing an interactive, self-paced learning approach to cover the theory, operation and knowledge assessment components required for new and existing truck technicians.

The content of the CBT course is broken down into 12 areas. Each section of the course is designed to systematically provide the theory, diagnosis, service and repair of medium- and heavy-duty engines. The course also includes end of section and an end of course assessment.

“This training product is the perfect solution for individuals seeking to increase their knowledge and understanding of diesel engines,” said Kristen Davis, product development manager for the technology professional business unit of Thomson Delmar Learning. “As a self-paced course, this CBT integrates the latest in training technologies to ensure the learner is kept interested while they progress through the course material.”

For more information visit www.trainingbay.com/truck/tech/diesel_cbt.aspx.


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