July 15 - 18, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta
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2019 Seminar Descriptions

Below you will find a topically outlined, alphabetical (last name) presenter based listing of the titles and descriptions of seminars to be given at NACAT 2019. You may click on the following headings to skip to the topical list: INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES or VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY

Click the presenter's name to see their background information. Please note that this is just the beginning of the list of seminars which will be available.  Check back as we update the information.


Instructional Techniques

David Boyes, President - Today's Class

Automotive Instruction via a Smartphone-based, Adaptive Learning Platform

This presentation will provide an overview of the Today's Class adaptive learning platform and describe how learners can engage with automotive content via smartphones. It has become common for students and adults to acquire information via their smartphones and this platform provides comprehensive, adaptive automotive training through these devices. During this presentation we'll share:

(1) How this adaptive platform works and why it makes automotive learning more accessible than ever before – it requires only 3 - 5 minutes per day and is delivered via smartphone anywhere you have wifi or cellular service. The platform uses algorithms to progressively challenge the learner and reduce their knowledge gaps.

(2) The benefits of micro-learning and how learning in bite-sized chunks over time can improve knowledge retention.

(3) The insightful data we've captured regarding knowledge gaps in the transportation space and how we have been closing them.

All attendees of this presentation will be eligible for a 30-day free trial to test out this platform on their own.

Mary Clyne, Learning Designer - Cengage

Preparing Students for the Workforce

Join Cengage’s product team for our “Preparing Students for the Workforce” focus group to share your feedback around various digital tools geared to help your students become job-ready. Topics will include:

  • ASE Education Foundation Job Sheets.
  • S/P2’s Safety and Soft Skills Modules in the Classroom.
  • Simulations.
  • Online Repair Databases.

Supporting Your Transportation Program: ASE Education Foundation Accreditation

How do you record and track data to maintain ASE Education Foundation accreditation? Join Cengage’s product team for our “Supporting Your Transportation Program: ASE Education Foundation Accreditation” focus group to share feedback around the tools you need to organize your ASE Education Foundation accreditation materials. We will:

  • Review tracking challenges.
  • Share best practices on the tools and processes you use to prepare for ASE Education Foundation accreditation.
  • Uncover time-saving techniques for more efficient record-keeping.

Sergio Fernandez - BOSCH

Enhance Your Training Content with Photoshop

Taking pictures for training presentations can be challenging. The picture is too dark, too bright or maybe the picture background is too distracting or the wrong size. This seminar sponsored by Bosch and presented by Sergio Fernandez Adobe expert will provide the essential skills needed to start using Adobe Bridge and Photoshop. In Adobe Bridge you will learn how to organize your pictures and perform basic corrections like adjusting color balance, over and under exposed pictures and crop the picture before opening in Photoshop. In Photoshop you will learn how to remove unwanted background elements and highlight areas to keep the audience focused during a presentation. The final step is learning how to properly format and save the picture for final usage in your presentation.

No experience is required to attend this seminar.

Topics Covered:

  • Learn how to import and organize images.
  • Adobe Bridge Basics.
  • Learn how to adjust image content.
  • Adobe Photoshop Basics.
  • Learn how to remove unwanted background.
  • Information on how to continue your picture editing education.

Tony Martin -

Technical Education in Private Industry

Tony Martin taught automotive and diesel technology at the post-secondary level for 17 years. In 2013, he left public education to take a job as an industrial trainer at a large open-pit gold mine in Fairbanks, Alaska. During this seminar, you will hear of the challenges he encountered as he made the transition to education in private industry, e.g., a student population made up of experienced workers as well as being confronted with a sea change in the workplace culture.

Major points of discussion:

  • Compare/contrast post-secondary education with industrial training
  • Recognition that safety has risen to become the predominant concern in industry

Anna Matisak, Program Director - B'laster Corporation

Welcome to B'laster University

The seminar will consist of three parts:

  1. Introduction to B’laster University: general overview including core values, mission statement, features/benefits of enrolling and how to implement it in the classroom.
  2. Product Knowledge: NEW & UPDATED VIDEO to show in-depth analysis of 15 products, hands-on product demonstrations and detailed explanation of the importance of product knowledge.
  3. Safety Data Sheet: the importance SDS, how to read an SDS and how to use the Pro-Tip video: How To Read an SDS in the classroom.

Bob McGinn, Account Rep - CCAR

Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Battery Safety

As an Automotive Instructor, you are likely teaching your students safety best-practices as part of your regular curriculum. But what about you? Wouldn't YOU like to have credentials to back up your knowledge of safety best-practices as they relate to hybrid and electric vehicle battery safety? In this session, you will learn:

  • safety best practices for evaluation and handling of possibly compromised high voltage batteries.
  • a closer look at the hazardous processes that can occur in lithium ion power systems.

Successful completion of the final exam (which is given at the conclusion of the session) will generate a Certificate of Completion credential for each instructor in the session.

CCAR (The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair) and Electude have partnered to deliver a new online safety curriculum and credential designed for today’s generation of automotive learners.

CCAR E-Safety engages and guides learners to an understanding of automotive safety best-practices, preparing them to receive the CCAR’s automotive student safety course completion certificate.

Yves Munger, Automotive Instructor - CFP Training Centre

How I Developed Training to Meet Individual Needs

Decrease in students, motivation problems, low graduation rate and cost of operation. So many difficulties to settle for the continuity of the training. The only way to succeed in getting through this is to develop individual-type training. My training is so inspiring that many other schools use it.

First, let me explain my experience in developing a whole new type of individual apprenticeship in auto mechanics. See the results after two years of implementation and comments from teachers, principals and especially my students.

Second, discover the advantages and disadvantages of online training of an individual type.Learn when, what, who, and how to build an individual type of training.

Merle Saunders, Instructor - ATech Training, Inc.

The Shocking State of Electrical Training in the Classroom

The real question is, do our students have the basic electrical/electronic foundation they will need to become successful in this industry?

Exploring the need for “Structured Skilled Development” can still be one way to approach training; by building from fact to understanding, working from simple to complex, learning through discovery, and then transferring knowledge to problem solving. While taking this approach we will explore teaching methods to incorporate more hands-on activities into training, using electrical system trainers with hands-on activities. Focusing on teaching from basic electrical to advanced electrical diagnostics and troubleshooting systems while training in the classroom.

Michael Smith, Global Technical Training Coordinator - Bombardier Recreational Products

BRP's evolving model for using emerging technology for technical training

Applying a startup mentality is allowing us at BRP to re-evaluate our technical and non-technical training delivery model and its value proposition to our global network of dealers and distributors. We're tailoring the online experience to the behavioral approach. Revamping our online training so that it is task-relevant and delivered right before the audience needs the information. We're also focusing our instructor-led training to align with the humanistic approach that focuses on the individual, their experience, and building a solid diagnostic soft skill-set. Join in and:- Learn from how we failed at migrating to a fully digital delivery model- Discover how a name and a sense of humor changed everything- Explore a vehicle as you have never seen before in virtual reality.

Michael Smith stays awake at night thinking about what makes training effective. A seasoned auto-mechanic who holds journeyman certification in Quebec, Canada and ASE certification in the USA, Michael considers how changes in traditional curriculum structure can improve motivation for all learners. He calls his approach: "Simple, Fun, For Everyone." Using these three essential criteria allows the most seasoned veteran to open up and explore something new, all the while providing a novice with the opportunity and safety to build confidence. Using emerging technology for training isn’t just about reducing costs it’s about leveling the playing field and maximizing engagement through all levels of a career in the repair industry.

Michael Smyth, Acting Director - National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium

Turnkey Alternative Fuel Vehicle Training for your School

With our nation rapidly moving toward energy independence, the implementation of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) is quickly growing. Electric vehicles alone are projected to have double-digit growth through 2025. The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), a not-for-profit program of West Virginia University, offers turnkey alternative fuel vehicle curriculum for community and technical colleges across the nation and world. Available as a member service, the NAFTC offers complete classroom materials and training for all the major alternative fuels, including electric drive, propane, natural gas, ethanol, hydrogen, and biodiesel. This seminar will describe the NAFTC's services and how y our school can benefit from membership to complement your AFV program, or to start one from scratch.

Each of the NAFTC's courses includes instructor manuals, participant manuals, lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, videos, web links, recommended tools, sand shop configuration guidelines.

Darcy Wedel, North American Sales Manager - Electude USA

Adaptive Intelligence - year 2030

So what skills must today's students acquire to prepare themselves for working on cars in the year 2030?

In this session we will discuss:

  • Future of electrification, the connected car, and automony.
  • Adaptive Intelligence.
  • Strategies for teaching diagnostics.
  • Activities to prepare students for the challenges of tomorrow.

Euan White, Marketing Manager - Pearson Education

Engage your Students - Revel for Automotive Technology/strong>

Imagine what you could do if all your course content for students was in one place?

Revel for Automotive Technology replaces the traditional texts with an affordable, seamless blend of author-created digital text, media, and assessment based on learning science. Your students will be able to read, listen, practice, and study in one continuous experience — anytime, anywhere, on any device. Revel is also flexible – it allows you to add your own comments, or links to documents, websites, and videos, directly into the text for all students to see and access.

The assignability and tracking tools in Revel let you gauge your students’ understanding and engagement in and out of the classroom. This visibility, paired with your students’ renewed energy for the material, empowers you to spend your class time on the meaningful instruction that only you can deliver. The inclusion of ASE worksheets allows students to download content, complete the worksheet, and then upload for instructor grading – saving you and your students time.

With the Revel app, students can read, listen, practice, and study anytime and anywhere—and set notifications so they never miss a due date again. Students can access course materials, including the full text, on their tablet or mobile phone, offline and online. Progress automatically syncs across all devices (including laptop or desktop computer), so students can learn as they move throughout the day — on the train, on the bus, or whenever you have a moment—without breaking stride.


Vehicle Technology

Varant Basmajian, President - Megatech Corporation

CAN Bus Network Workshop

The flexibility and power of the CAN standard brings many advantages to modern automotive systems. This small, hands-on workshop uses popular MIAC controllers to construct and test four ECU nodes, wire these nodes together to create a single CAN bus system, and carry out a range of tests on the system as a whole.

Sensors and Controls Workshop

This is a hands-on workshop using digital mutlimeters and a unique demonstration board that will take and instructor from analog to digital to pulse width modulated controls. This is the same kit that Peterbilt USA is using in their Denton, TX training center and what Hyundai of Canada has in their national training complex in Ontrario, Canada.

Geoff Brown, Automotive Service Instructor - SAIT

New Ford Scan Tool, 5 Channel Oscilloscope and Software

Ford has recently released a replacement for their aging Vehicle Measurement Module and MTS 4000 diagnostic testers. The new combined tool features the VCM2, VMM and the MTS 4000 into one package. This session will concentrate on the VCMM's capabilities as a scan tool and a 5 channel oscilloscope. Time will also be spent to talk about the changes in Ford diagnostic equipment due to the new Right to Repair legislation.

New Ford Scan Tool and NVH Diagnostics

Ford has recently released a replacement for their aging Vehicle Measurement Module and MTS 4000 diagnostic testers. The new combined tool features the VCM2, VMM and the MTS 4000 into one package. This session will concentrate on the VCMM's capabilities as it pertains to an NVH diagnosis.

David Buttars - CARQUEST Technical Institute

Educator Think Tank: Preparing Your Students for ADAS

Technology is advancing as never before and ADAS is leading the way. What do we have to do as educators to prepare our students for services that can affect Advanced Driver Assist Systems . We will explore what ADAS is but, more importantly, how general services can change the accuracy of ADAS systems. Discussion will include how we need to change the service mindset and approach today’s vehicles in a more holistic way.

Jeff Curtis - ConsuLab

Air Brake Electricity: ABS ATC ESP

This class will utilize an air brake driving simulator to show the operation of current heavy duty braking systems including: ABS, ATC, and electronic stability control. This is a complete operating system that various traction conditions can be simulated on to see the operation of the valves, actuators and electronics in the system. This system includes Bendix components on the tractor and WABCO components on the trailer.

Faults will be inserted for hands on troubleshooting of over a dozen real-world scenarios, and each participant will participate in the identification and repair of those faults in the system.

Takeaways: The participant will walk out the door with skills and information to troubleshoot air brake systems on the most advanced heavy duty vehicles on the roads today. Be prepared to participate. This will not be a slideshow, PowerPoint, style class.

Daryl Drummond, Service Training Instructor - Ford Motor Company of Canada

Changing Face of Ford Diesel

Ford has been pushing to meet the needs of todays customer. There has been a desire for a long time to have smaller diesel options through out the product line. This seminar will take a high-level look at these options for the Ford customer today.

Whats New with Ford

With the rapidly changing automotive sector new technology has had to be developed to allow for the next chapter. The focus of this seminar is to overview some of the new technology's that have been introduced within the Ford product lines. topics to be covered: SENT sensor technology, Ford Dual Fuel System, Emission Controls Systems and highlights of new product lines.

Sergio Fernandez - BOSCH

Essential Skills for Vehicle Sensor Diagnostics (2 parts: 3 hours)

The check engine light is on and you’re following a diagnostic flow chart with a series of yes or no options and at some point in the process, it recommends replacing a part or repairing a circuit. Are you 100% confident the flow chart has pointed you in the right direction? How many of you have followed the diagnostic process only to find the known good part or repair did not fix the problem? This seminar will provide a solid diagnostic validation process, with a specific focus on common sensors, which will ensure you diagnose the vehicle right the first time.

Topics Covered:

  • Electrical circuit analysis for common sensors.
  • Review of 2-wire, 3-wire, multi-wire and networked sensors.
  • Learn how to create a baseline for circuit diagnosis and validation.
  • Develop a diagnostic plan after researching the issue.
  • Learn how to get the most out of your diagnostic tools.

Steve Gibson, Program Coordinator - K&N Engineering

Choosing the right air and oil filters for a vehicle

Filter replacements are one of the basic elements of preventative maintenance for any vehicle. With many different brands, types, and prices of products to choose from, are you sure the parts you are installing are the best choice available?

In this seminar, we will take an objective look at the common air and oil filters available for popular vehicles today. After attending, instructors will be able to: 1) explain how different air filter materials capture particles in different ways, and 2) identify the different methods of evaluating the quality of an oil filter before purchasing, and how that quality relates to engine protection.

Jim Halderman, Author - Pearson Education

Brad Halderman, Engineer - Hankook Tire Company

Tire and Wheel Update

Brad Halderman, a tire engineer, will join me to answer all your questions about tires such as: :

  • What is the correct inflation pressure? The placard?
  • The “quarter” test instead of the “penny” test?
  • What do those painted dots on the sidewall mean?
  • What does “MO”, “TPC”, “NO” and a star on the sidewall mean?

A FREE copy of the presentation will be posted to my website.

Jim Halderman, Author - Pearson Education

Curt Ward, Automotive Professor - Joliet Junior College

Teaching Advanced Engine Performance

This fast-paced technical presentation will cover the entire diagnostic procedures and will answer the following questions:

  • What are the eight steps in the typical diagnostic process?
  • Why is a funnel used to help illustrate the diagnostic process?
  • What is “total fuel trim” and how does this information help pinpoint a drivability fault?
  • What is the difference between pinpoint tests and general tests?
  • Why module reprogramming has become a “must teach” topic!
  • What is meant by the “five whys”?
  • Why should DTCs be checked before checking for TSBs?
  • Are you teaching “old school” or “new school” diagnosis and what is the difference?
  • What pitfalls to avoid

A copy of the Power Point presentation will be posted on a website so it can be used in the classroom to teach students advanced engine performance.

Dave Hobbs, Senior Technical Trainer - Delphi Technologies

48 Volts and Beyond; Advanced Hybrid Tips

Delphi Technologies, a leading OEM supplier of power electronics for hybrid electric and electric vehicles, brings you this exciting brand new service training course on HEVs. 48-volt systems will become a new normal as OEMs bridge the gap between more expensive higher voltage hybrid and electric vehicles and older conventional gas engine powertrains. This course will bring you up to date with the DC and AC side of 48-volt and higher electrification. We'll go through how they work, common failures, and diagnostic tips to help you master the variables of hybrid systems. Using hands-on real world testing with meters and scan tools, this class brings a practical side to hybrid electric vehicle training

  • Diagnosing System Main Relays & High Voltage Interlock Circuits (P0A0D).
  • HV Isolation Fault Circuits & Battery Pack Data PIDs / Load Tests.

Sean Lannoo, Sales Technical Training Specialist - Continental Automotive Systems

TPMS Holding Up the Bay? Learn the VDO Way!

Attend this training class to learn:

  • How TPM Systems operate
  • Proper sensor installation
  • System identification
  • Differing system and sensor types
  • Vital TPMS service tools and functions
  • Correct maintenance and service techniques
  • Importance of the Relearn procedure

Rick Martineau, Director of Education - ConsuLab

ICE as an emission control device

This seminar will cover the systems incorporated into a direct injected internal combustion engine to meet ever more stringent emissions standards.

1. Exploring the combustion event and the supporting technology utilizing a gasoline engine bench.

2. We will also look at the after-treatment system operation using a cutaway Diesel Exhaust After-treament system.

John Myers, HD Business Development Manager - Prestone Products

Light & Heavy Duty Antifreeze/Coolant Technologies

This seminar will cover light, medium & heavy duty antifreeze/coolant (AFC) technologies used in today’s vehicles.

  • AFC chemical contents.
  • Chemical differences between AFC technologies.
  • Differences between light duty & heavy duty AFC technologies.
  • Present day AFC factory fill.
  • What should be used in older vehicles.
  • Myths behind AFC technologies.
  • Present and future changes in AFC technologies.

Alan Nagel, Director - International Training - Sun Country Academy

Fundamentals of EV Battery Pack Design & Construction

In this seminar you will earn how EV battery packs vary greatly based on the type and form factor of the lithium ion cells that are used in its construction. Modern EV packs utilize a complex architecture of series and parallel connected cells to obtain both the required energy storage as well peak power levels required for electric propulsion over a meaningful distance. How is this accomplished and how do we quantify and utilize the root cell specifications to construct and achieve a useful pack design? Why does the Tesla S60 (60kWh) pack need 5,376 cells of cells and the 60kWh Chevrolet Bolt pack only 288 cells? Let’s sort this all out!

Understanding and Diagnosis of "Loss of Isolation" DTCs

Just what is “Loss of Isolation”(LOI) and how are these DTCs triggered? What is the difference between the passive and active tests used to detect and measure the levels of isolation in the high voltage system? How can improper service result in losses of isolation? What are the the risks involved while diagnosing a loss of isolation scenario and how best should we mitigate these risks? These questions and more w ill be answered during this seminar. We will also examine logical and systematic diagnosis of LOI faults and the use of isolation testers or “meggers” (such as the Fluke 1587). This discussion and techniques are an especially important after an electric vehicle has been involved in any serious accident or collision.

Al Santini, Technical Trainer - ConsuLab

Teaching CAN Bus Hands-on with Data Mostly Available at the DLC

Within our classes we are constantly faced with how to teach a hands-on topic. CAN Bus is no different than any other topic but has the added difficulty of multiple groups connecting and disconnecting modules. After a few groups have done a diagnosis lab, the connectors go into failure mode. This class will show how to teach diagnosis of a CAN Bus system with most of the information available at the DLC using a breakout box to protect connections. This simple procedure will insure that students understand how CAN Bus functions and how diagnosis can be done using a multimeter and a 2 channel DSO. This is a popular technician CAN Bus class, but has been adapted for educators. After wiring up CAN Bus trainers, attendees will practice the diagnostic procedure. The ConsuLab sponsored seminar will include a comprehensive handout.

This class will be spread out over 2 time slots in order to cover the material. All attendees must be at both sessions.

Using Cause and Effect to Teach the Basics of Computer Control.

In this seminar, we will use three basic and important tools: the DMM, the Scanner and the DSO. We will make and show various adjustments, as the cause, and look at the effects of the adjustment using one of the three devices available in most schools. The intent is to allow the participant a better understanding of just how a sensor functions and the effect it has on the fuel and ignition system. The seminar will be based off generated live data that will be shown on the classroom screen and will allow for some hands-on training of the DMM, the Scanner and the DSO. If Instructors want, they can bring a DMM, a scanner or a DSO that their school uses to the class. There will be a comprehensive handout for participants.

Keith Santini, Author - CDX Automotive

What's New in AWD / 4WD Systems

In this session we will look at some of the new AWD / 4WD technology being installed on vehicles. We will also look at the various torque vectoring systems that are becoming more common. Teaching techniques for these topics will also be covered. Group discussion is also encouraged.

Karl Schneider - BOSCH

ADAS Diagnosing & Servicing

Imagine this, a vehicle comes into the shop for routine service and part of the service is a module scan. Fault codes for the BSI (Blind Side Infomation) radar sensor under the left rear quarter panel are found. Customer states the vehicle was recently repaired for body damage. How difficult can this be right, maybe the body shop left the sensor unplugged or forgot to clear the fault code. Before you take this job, you will need to do some research. Looking deeper you find out hundreds of dollars worth of tools and equipment are needed. The area required is 40‘ x 26‘ with a level floor (1 degree maximum pitch), no floor drains or obsticles anywhere. The bumper cover also needs to be removed to gain access to sensor.

ADAS complexity is increasing, with many integrated options available. The most important question, who will be capable of repairing these systems when needed? Body and mechanical shops need to gear up for servicing these systems or find a shop capable of performing this service.

This seminar sponsored by Bosch will provide an overview of the variety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) found on vehicles today and what it takes to service these complex systems.

Topics Covered:

  • ADAS – What are the levels set by SAE.
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – Why this is an important safety feature.
  • Night Vision System – How system determines warm objects.
  • Lane change assist – What type of sensors are used.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) – How is distance determined from other vehicles.
  • Special Service Tools – Sensor replacement tools needed.
  • Drive Assistance Calibration – Types of different aligning systems.

Bosch Common Rail Diesel (CRD) Seminar (2 parts: 3 hours)

This seminar will provide a high level overview of Bosch CRD systems with a focus on the various low and high pressure fuel delivery methods. You will learn how to accurately diagnose no start and driveability conditions with confidence.

Topics Covered:

  • CRD Theory and Operation.
  • Fuel Delivery Methods.
    • Low Pressure.
    • High Pressure.
  • Piezo and Solenoid Injector Overview.
  • Overview of Typical Sensors and Actuators.

Donny Seyfer, Executive Officer - National Automotive Service Task Force

Information "You Can't Fix a Car Without It "

The National Automotive Service Task Force fields hundreds of calls that focus on one topic, “Where do I find information to ____________”

The NASTF mission is to identify and fill gaps in service information, education and tooling. Join Donny for pointers on how to access automaker and aftermarket information faster, better and even things you did not know were available. The information and tool landscape has changed dramatically in the last year are you tapping into what is available to you?

  • Tours of new website features for automakers and 3rd party information providers.
  • How scan tools can have their capabilities extended by integration with web content.
  • How cloud based data can be utilized by technicians to diagnose intermittent drivability issues while the customer drives the car.
  • Tips for identifying what you will need before the vehicle arrives.
  • What does service ready mean in 2019 and beyond?

District Sales Manager - Snap-on Tools

Intelligent On-board Vehicle Diagnostics

A true train-the-trainer experience. Our two qualified diagnostics experts will show tips and ideas on how to properly perform basic to advanced OBDII diagnosis.

Craig Van Batenburg, CEO - ACDC Hybrid / EV Training

Advanced EMV Technology

We will discuss Electric Motors, CVT, DCT, Regenerative Braking, Inverter Control, Hybrid / EV Battery Packs, Heat Pumps and more. Before the class starts we will ask “what do you need help with” and focus on that. We will have many prepared classes to choose from. Come learn the latest technology or get straight on a subject you are not sure about. ACDC is here to learn as well.

Introduction to HEV / EV Technology

This class is designed as a Train-the-Trainer for those new to teaching HEV and EV. This class will introduce you to the 4 types of hybrids and 2 types of EVs on the roads today. You will learn what a HEV-PHEV-EV are and what makes them different. High voltage safety will be taught, Safety equipment will be shown and used. An overview of HEV components will discussed. The goal is to get you started in the field of hybrid and electric cars.

*144 sessions is our goal. More or less may occur based upon the training facility. An attendee will always have the opportunity to earn 20 hours of Technical Update Training at the NACAT Conference.
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