Diesel Laptops develops training program

By |  May 15, 2018

Program participants will work with real electrical circuits from diesel trucks. Photo courtesy of Diesel Laptops.

Diesel Laptops opened enrollment for its hands-on, in-classroom diesel technician training program. 

The first course offered is a basic electrical course designed to get new technicians familiar with electrical theory, terminology and diagnostics of electrical circuits. The course will be half classroom lecture and half hands-on training, as students will work with real electrical circuits from diesel trucks. 

Diesel Laptops launched these courses to assist technicians in dealing with today’s complex engines and vehicle systems. Each course offered will be held at Diesel Laptops’ training facility in Gilbert, South Carolina.

“Proper training is essential for technicians to be proficient on today’s advanced equipment,” says Dustin Carnes, training coordinator at Diesel Laptops. “We are proud to add this component to our ever-evolving ecosystem of complete diagnostic solutions.”

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Zach Mentz is the managing editor for Pit & Quarry magazine. He also serves as the managing editor for Portable Plants & Equipment magazine. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University, where he served as editor in chief for the university’s student newspaper, The Carroll News. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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