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Service Training

Caterpillar Service Training covers Systems Fundamentals, Preventative Maintenance, Walk-Around Inspections, and various service related curricula.

7 Systems Fundamentals
  • Air Conditioning
  • Brakes
  • Electrical
  • Engine Repair
  • Engine Performance
  • Hydraulics
  • Brakes
Preventive Maintenance and TA1 Walk-Around Inspections
  • Off-Highway Trucks
  • Articulated Trucks
  • Backhoe Loaders
  • Commercial Engines
  • Hydraulic Excavators
  • Motor Graders
  • Skid Steer/Multi-Terrain Loaders
  • Track-Type Tractors
  • Wheel Loaders
  • Wheel Tractor-Scapers
Curricula covering
  • Petroleum Industry
  • Marine Industry
  • Large Bore Engine
  • Tier 4
  • EPG
  • 3500 Diesel
  • On Highway & Vocational Truck

All training materials (STMG & ITTP) for dealer instructors worldwide
Worldwide machine family web-based training

Course Title Course Description Course Duration
Marine Engine Diagnostics This course is an in-depth study of marine engine diagnostic and troubleshooting techniques. The majority of class time is spent with iron activities, diagnosing and correcting engine problems. Participants learn proper selection and use of Caterpillar diagnostic tools. The four major systems studied are lubrication, air, cooling and fuel.  
AFA I AFA I focuses on the basic principles of wear and fractures, and on managing the failure analysis process itself to arrive at the most probable root cause of failure. After instruction in these basics, students then learn to apply the fundamentals to major components of diesel engines. The course consists of classroom instruction and laboratory exercises, and concludes with case studies of failures that have occurred in the field. 36:00:00
AFA III AFA III provides students with failure analysis instruction on lubrication, welds, shafts and communications. An understanding of these subject areas gives students insight into multiple components and product lines. The course consists of classroom instruction and laboratory exercises, and concludes with case studies of failures that have occurred in the field. Students are expected to report the results of one case study. 36:00:00
AFA II AFA II begins with a review of basic principles covered in AFA I, following which students learn to apply the failure analysis process to gears, anti-friction bearings, threaded fasteners, and hydraulic pumps and motors. The course consists of classroom instruction and laboratory exercises, and concludes with case studies of failures that have occurred in the field. 36:00:00
MineStar Health Universe Training SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Required Prerequisites: BusinessObjects Desktop Intelligence Report Design (Full Client) (QA230R2) BusinessObjects Desktop Intelligence Advanced Report Design (Full Client) (QA330R2) This course will focus on the MineStar Historical Universe as it relates to Health. It will help an individual understand how the Health data within MineStar is organized and give them the ability to create custom Health reports. 45:00:00
MineStar 2.1 New Feature Training This course is designed to explain the new features of MineStar 2.1 Release. These features include: Advanced Production Plans, Messaging, Shift Change, Employee Licensing & Safety Checklist, Fueling, Dynamic Travel Times, Radio Coverage, RAC, Event Based Position Plotting. 45:00:00
Cat Electric Power Analyst This course is an in-depth study of the installation requirements of Caterpillar electric power sets. Students will be taught the installation requirements for engine and generators. They will also learn the proper sizing of generators to meet the demand. Students will perform a commissioning exercise. Hands on training will include product troubleshooting, lab exercises and determining proper installation requirements for a given genset. OTHER PREREQUISITES: CAT Switchgear (Powerlynx®) Level I as offeredby ISO Experience in AC power generation SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Students are asked to bring with them to class a scientific calculator (LESQ5193 or equivalent) and be knowledgeable in the use of the calculator. Students are asked to bring safety glasses and hearing protection. 72:00:00
D3500 A/B/C Engine Master Mechanic Mechanical & Electronic Unit Injectors (MUI/MEUI) This course covers system operations and adjusting, troubleshooting techniques, and repair of Caterpillar 3500 A,B,C Engines, with a primary emphasis on planned maintenance and repair. There will be many hands-on-iron activities including head and piston disassembly and assembly, and all performance and iron adjustments and procedures. Note: This course is for diesel engines only. Furthermore, the effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be discussed. (Especially SOTA D&A and OMM manuals) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Students are asked to bring a calculator and safety glasses to class. 36:00:00
MineStar Advanced Reporting for Health and FleetCommander This class reviews the components of the MineStar Historical Universe as it relates to reporting. It will help an individual understand how the data within MineStar is organized and give them the ability to create advanced reports. 27:00:00
Cat Electric Power Modules This course provides an in-depth study and hands on activity in application, startup, operation, and troubleshooting of Caterpillar Power Modules. Students will be provided instruction in engine and generator performance, switchgear, and Paralleling Applications. The participant should have a minimum of 3 years experience in generator set applications. Students must bring electrical safety gloves rated at 1000vac (or higher) and are asked to wear electrical arc flash rated or cotton cloths. Suitable clothes should be worn for weather conditions according to the seasons. The Power Module will be located outside while simulators will be located in the classroom. 24:00:00
Caterpillar UPS 1000/1200 This course provides an in-depth study and hands-on training for installation, start-up, maintenance and repairs on the current production Caterpillar UPS 1000/1200 Uninterruptible Power Supply systems. RECOMMENDED: Students should have experience and knowledge of power electronics operation, repair procedures, and basic electrical theory. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Students are asked to bring a calculator and safety glasses to class. 72:00:00
D3600 Engine Master Mechanic This course covers system operation and teaches service procedures unique to 3606, 3608, 3612, and 3616 Engines. Special tooling is used, which includes hydraulic tensioning equipment, to disassemble, assemble and adjust various engine components. 36:00:00
Cat Electric Power III This course provides an in-depth study and hands-on activity in delivering, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing current and legacy production Caterpillar Generator Sets operating in parallel. Caterpillar legacy switchgear and transfer switches are also covered. The participants will successfully perform key tasks selected from topics presented in the course including parallel operation and necessary adjustments. Special Instructions: Participants are asked to bring a calculator to class. Also required are safety glasses, minimum 600 Volt rated gloves, and natural fiber clothing (cotton). Helmet with shield and outerwear are provided. Leather shoes are required. EH (electrical hazard) rated shoes are recommended. 36:00:00
On-highway Truck Configuration This course is an in-depth study of Caterpillar on-highway truck engine parameters, truck specing and their resulting operational effects on engines and vehicles. The class is a balance of classroom lecture and practical application lab sessions. This course will give the student the knowledge required to correctly spec a truck chassis, engine and driveline according to Caterpillar’s recommendations and then understand and program all applicable parameters in support of the customer’s application. Additionally, this course will give the student the knowledge necessary to talk with owner/operators, fleet management and OEM personnel about the performance of Caterpillar Truck Engines in relation to the other equipment in the heavy-duty commercial vehicle chassis. Students should have a basic understanding of on-highway truck engines and electronics. A working knowledge of Caterpillar Electronic Technician is preferred This class is for Caterpillar Dealer sales staff, TEPS dealer sales staff, Caterpillar Dealer and TEPS technicians, Technical Communicators, Training Instructors, and Caterpillar field representatives. The following topics will be covered in class and their practical application will be discussed with relationship to the truck engine business: Engine selection Truck performance Fifth wheel and trailer impact on performance Transmission and rear axle gearing Electronic Parameter programming Practical application of electronic parameters Diagnosis of problems caused by improperly programmed parameters PTO parameter setup 40:00:00
Cat Switchgear Level II SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Level II Service Tools required (cost $3,500.00, or $1600.00 if Level I tools were purchased) and Laptop must be brought to class. This course provides instruction on System Operation; Running, paralleling and tuning engine generators as well as System troubleshooting. 40:00:00
Natural Gas Engines Tech 1 Natural Gas Engines Tech 1 course covers: · Natural Gas Engine Operation and service · Natural Gas Engine Diagnostics that includes Symptoms and System Relationships along with basic diagnostics that help the technician locate malfunctions at the system level. · Natural Gas Engine Tool Useage. · Natural Gas Engine Fuel and Air System Troubleshooting and repair · Fuel system, the air intake system and the exhaust system of the natural gas engine and we will also cover the general maintenance of the Air/Fuel System. 36:00:00
Foundational Basic Preventive Maintenance This program covers several Caterpillar Product Line Families. Each Product Line Family is covered by its own course. Each family-specific curriculum is available in two versions: Standard version – is a 2-day course for those participants who have not completed a previous 2-day product course. Abbreviated session – is a 1-day course for students who have completed and shown competency in another 2 day product course. The abbreviated sessions concentrate on the unique aspects of a specific machine family.The goal of this program is to provide Preventive Maintenance Technicians (PM Techs) with the skills and knowledge to perform the tasks in the PM4 Maintenance Interval Schedule (MIS) and in the Technical Analysis (TA1) Walk-Around Inspection. During the lab portion of the course, participants will be expected to demonstrate competency in the tasks presented. This course is not specific to one machine but is designed to cover the entire product family such as Track Type Tractors, Wheel Loaders, Motor Graders, Excavators, Backhoe loaders, Off highway Trucks Skid Steer loaders and industrial Engines. For scheduling information contact:Jeffry PaynePayne_Jeffry_E@cat.com(309) 698-5958 16:00
C175 Fuel System Awareness The C175 Fuel System Awareness Class teaches the following aspects of the fuel system: flow of fuel, sensor/component identification and location, and engine management of the fuel system and components. The class also covers basic principles in leak detection and troubleshooting and hands-on-training in fuel system reuse and salvage. The classroom portions of properly removing and installing an injector/quill tube/flow limiter/high pressure fuel pump also focus on eliminating contamination when performing the service procedures. 8:00
Double Conversion UPSB 125/130 This course is an instructor lead training for Dealer Electric Power Service Technicians responsible for commissioning, repairing and providing preventative maintenance for the Caterpillar Double Conversion UPS. This course will provide training on the product as well as the tools used to support the product. This course is designed for someone with a strong electrical background and an understanding of UPS systems. Participants will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of installation, operation and service of the UPSB130 product upon completion of the course. Upon successful completion of this course the participant will have completed the prerequisite for the Double Conversion UPS Field Observation Lab DLMS Course # 33861. Equipment that is recommended to be provided by participant includes laptop computer, certified voltage rated electrical gloves and electrical hazard rated safety shoes. 50:00:00
AccuGrade GPS – Basic – Excavator & Motor Grader This class will cover the AccuGrade® GPS Grade Control System for Excavators and an overview for Motor Graders. The AccuGrade® system can automatically adjusts blade height to improve efficiency of the machine for rough and final grade work. The course will also include GPS Troubleshooting. Version Firmware and display upgrade will be included in this class. THE LATEST VERSION ON THIS PRODUCT WILL BE TAUGHT. 28:00:00
AccuGrade® GPS – Basic – Track-Type Tractor This class will cover the Accugrade GPS grade Control system for Track Type Tractor. The AccuGrade® system can automatically adjusts blade height and tilt to improve efficiency of the machine for rough and final grade work. Version Firmware and display upgrade will be included in this class. THE LATEST VERSION ON THIS PRODUCT WILL BE TAUGHT. 28:00:00
Switchgear EMCP 3.S Level II This course provides a detailed review of EMCP 3.S switchgear applications, hardware components, and editing capabilities. Troubleshooting of switchgear and related components are also included in the course. Estimated time 40 hours. Course price is $5400 which includes training and software (Software includes GAP editor and one Kiel compiler floating license with the ability for two separate computer installations). 40:00:00
Olympian LTA and LG Model Gas Gensets This is an Intermediate level pilot course on Olympian LTA and LG model gas generator sets. This pilot course will prepare the participating Electric Power Generator Technician to set up, adjust, troubleshoot and maintain Olympian LTA and LG model gas generator sets and the H-100 control panel product and Genlink DCP fundamentals. Students will learn to read and utilize Olympian LTA and LG series schematics and drawings and the functions of remote annunciators and remote relay panels. Students will develop skills in testing and adjusting Olympian LTA and LG model generators, gas trains and associated equipment. The pilot course will include classroom presentation/discussion and supervised specific hands on skill development. Students attending this class should have 1 year experience with gensets, 1 year experience with engines and have at least one year on the job AC electrical experience. They should be able to: correctly wire a generator to a motor to make it rotate in the proper direction, properlyuse a multi-meter and read electrical schematics and wiring diagrams. They should have basic algebra and computer skills. Note: Students must have completed employers Electrical Safety training within the previous 12 months. 36:00:00
G3500B Petroleum Gas Engine This course will address the operating strategies of Caterpillar’s G3500B petroleum engine. This is a low compression, 0.5 to 1 gram NOx engine with a “smart” fuel valve replacing the “traditional carburetor”. The course content includes analyzing examples of the control strategies utilized in the ADEM 3 Electronic Control Module fitted to this engine. Hands on training will include: engine troubleshooting, engine set up, evaluation and adjustment of engine emissions, and lab exercises using Cat ET anddata logger to maximize engine performance and reliability. To be successful, students will have to perform key tasks selected from the course, as well as pass examinations designed to determine their understanding of the course content. 36:00:00
Accugrade GPS – Compactor The class will cover Accugrade GPS system for Compactor,Wheel Tractor Scraper 613G and Small Excavator with Site and Laser Reference from 319D to 314D machines. The Accugrade GPS system for Compactor and Wheel Tractor Scraper enhances the productivity of the machine by providing Northing, Easting and Elevation ordinances to a know position on the machine. The Accugrade Excavator Site reference provides real time position guidance to the bucket tips. The Accugrade Laser Reference uses a stick mounted laser catcher receiver and a off board laser transmitter to re-establish grade when the excavator is moved. The class will also include display troubles shooting, version firmware and display upgrades THE LATEST VERSION ON THIS PRODUCT WILL BE TAUGHT. 24:00:00
Tier 4 Interim Engine and Aftertreatment Systems Diagnostics A LAPTOP COMPUTER IS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS, MAKE SURE THAT YOU BRING ONE. The Tier 4 Interim Engine and Aftertreatment Systems Diagnostics course is intended for Cat Dealer service training instructors, technical communicators, and service technicians. This course focuses on Cat solutions to meet EPA Tier 4 Interim, EU Stage IIIB, and equivalent Japan MLIT nonroad diesel engine emissions regulations. This course provides advanced systems operation information with an emphasis on hands-on diagnostic andrepair techniques. Topics include the air systems, aftertreatment, fuel systems, selective catalytic reduction, engine to aftertreatment connection requirements, and the operator interface. 40:00:00
Universal Tracking Systems – D Series Excavators, Track Type Tractor & M Series Motor Grader The course will cover Universal Tracking System (UTS) for generation one and generation two ARO Excavators, Track Type Tractor and Motor Grader. The system gives 3D guidance to the bucket tips with the same look and feel as GPS. The UTS is still and indicate only system for excavators. The course will also cover using UTS for Excavator measure up. 24:00:00
Laser Control System – Track Type Tractor & Motor Grader The class will cover Laser Control System for ARO Track Type Tractor and Motor Grader. Motor grader with Cross Slope and Sonic will be covered. The class will use the CD700 and CD610 display. Laser transmitter will also be cover in this course. The Accugrade Laser control system automatically adjusts grade height and tilt to improve the efficiency of the machine for final grade. 24:00:00
RDLC – Cat Electric Power I This course is designed to prepare the electrical power generation technician with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the theory and principles of electricity and power generation. This course also meets the prerequisite course requirements necessary for enrollment in the Caterpillar Electric Power Basic. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Students are asked to bring their safety glasses with side shields, Safety Electrical Hazard rated shoes and a scientific calculator. Work clothing, Electrical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Gloves and Volt Ohm Meter. 36:00:00
Cat Product Link Off-Board: VisionLink and Supporting Applications This two-day session prepares dealer personnel to utilize VisionLink, the next generation front-end application for Cat Product Link and supporting software applications. The course is designed to Train the Trainer, focusing on the web-based applications required to view and analyze Product Link data, to build and maintain the dealer database, and to purchase Product Link hardware and subscription plans. Topics include VisionLink, Trimble Store for VisionLink, UCID and Equipment Data maintenance and the use of instructional materials. The target audience for this course includes Product Link Dealer Administrators, Product Link Dealer Champions and Dealer Instructors or Technical Communicators who are tasked with training other dealer personnel on these applications. 16:00
Dealer Warranty Training Dealer Warranty Managers and Warranty Analysts will review the warranty process at dealership from sale of product to point of claim settlement to understand and improve warranty process efficiency. 32:00:00
Accugrade Site Reference Laser Reference – D Series ARO Excavators The course will cover Site Reference on generation one and generation two excavator. The system uses sensors to calculate bucket tip location. The Laser Reference system uses a laser catcher sensor mounted on the left side of the stick and a laser transmitter to maintain grade. The course will cover firmware upgrades and displays upgrades. 24:00:00
Cat Electric Power Compact / Olympian Gensets This is an Intermediate level course on Caterpillar Compact / Olympian Generator Sets and related products. This course will prepare the participating Electric Power Generator Technician to set up, adjust, troubleshoot and maintain Cat Compact / Olympian generators, engines and control panels product. Students will learn to read Cat Compact / Olympian schematics and the functions of 2001, 4001, 4001E, Access 4000 controls, EMCP3, EIM and EIM+ modules and Remote Annunciators. Students will develop skills in testing and adjusting: Cat Compact / Olympian Generators, voltage regulators, gas trains and electronic governors. The course will include classroom presentation/discussion and supervised specific hands on skill development. Students attending this class should have 2 years experience with gensets, 2 years experience with engines and the ability to adjust hydra-mechanical governors. Additionally, the student should have at least one year on the job AC electrical experience and have completed EMCP3 training. They should be able to: correctly wire a generator to a motor to make it rotate in the proper direction; properly use a multi-meter and read electrical wiring diagrams. They should have basic algebra and computer skills. Note: Students must have completed employers Electrical Safety training within the previous 12 months. 38:00:00
Cat Product Link On-Board: Satellite and GSM Versions This two-day session prepares dealer service personnel to install, support and troubleshoot the hardware used in next generation Product Link. This includes the new PL522 and PL523 cellular-based system, as well as the PL121 and PL321 satellite-based system. The course combines technical background on components, installation, activation and configuration with hands-on lab exercises that develop and reinforce skills with both Cat ET and VisionLink. The course is intended to Train the Trainer and includesinstruction on the use of the ITTP materials, which are designed to be used in subsequent training within the dealership. The target audience for this course includes Dealer Service Training Instructors or Technical Communicators. 12:00
D3500 A/B/C Series Electronics/Diagnostics This course will teach the maintenance, repair, and programming of the Cat 3500 diesel engine electronic system and related wiring harness and component hardware. An in depth study of effective electronics and diagnostic troubleshooting techniques for engine electronic control systems will be taught. Emphasis will be placed with hands-on electronic diagnostic repair procedures on an operational 3500 diesel engine. Furthermore, the effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be discussed, especially Troubleshooting Guides and Schematics. Note: This course is for diesel engines only. NO PREREQUISITES REQUIRED 36:00:00
Track-type Tractors: D7E Score at least 90% on: – Graphic Fluid Power Symbols Pretest – (SEBV0556) – Machine Electrical Pretest – (SEBV0558) – Basic Hydraulic Pretest – (SEBV0557) Other materials available on DLMS for download: – Fundamentals of Mobile Hydraulics – TEMV9001 – Fundamentals of Electricity -TEMV9002 – Fundamentals of Drive Trains – TEMV9004 Classroom discussion will explain systems operation, systems testing and adjusting, systems monitoring, and machine features. Machine safe shutdown and electrical power train components and service will be explained in detail. Lab exercises will be used for skills development and knowledge check on the engine, cooling systems, electrical power train, implement system, and monitoring system. Students will be expected to demonstrate understanding and proficiency in each major area of instruction. Major systems to be explained will be: – Machine Safety and Safe Shutdown – Machine introduction and orientation – Operator environment and operator controls – Caterpillar® Message Display monitoring system – C9.3 Common Rail engine – Engine cooling systems and hydraulic demand fan – Separate Circuit cooling system – Electric drive power train systems with EH controlled differential steering – Electro-hydraulic implement system 36:00:00
Gas Engines I (2900) Gas Engines I students study the basic operating principles of gaseousfueled engines. Emphasis is on fuel, horsepower calculations,maintenance, fuel system, intake and exhaust system, and the timing andignition system. In addition, the students learn some of the mediaresources that are available from Service Information System. Labengines are a G3406 and a G3512. 36:00:00
AccuGrade® GPS This class will cover the AccuGrade® GPS Grade Control System for Track-type Tractors and Motor Graders. The AccuGrade® system can automatically adjusts blade height and tilt to improve efficiency of the machine for rough and final grade work. 36:00:00
Off-highway Trucks: 793D Model The 793D Truck will include the following systems: * Vital Information Management System (VIMS) * 3500B EUI Engine * Transmission/Chassis Electronic Control System * ICM Hydraulic Transmission Control * Steering/Hydraulic System * Electronically Controlled Hoist System * Suspension System * Air System and Brakes * Brake Electronic Control System ** Auto Retarder Control (ARC) ** Traction Control System (TCS) Systems Operation and Testing and Adjusting of the 3500B EUI engine, ICM transmission hydraulics and Transmission/Chassis Electronic Control System, torque converter, steering system, electronic hoist system, air system and brakes, suspension charging procedure and the electrical system are covered in detail. Electronic Systems such as the VIMS, ARC and TCS will also be covered. Students will perform tests and interpret results on the various systems using the latest diagnostic tooling. The course content will be modified based on the machine model available for lab work. Lab sessions will be 50% of the class. The last 1/2 day is optional and will be used to cover any information and/or Testing and Adjusting that was not covered during the 4 days. 20:00
Electronics Troubleshooting ILT This course consists of a WBT and Hands-On component. Intended for Caterpillar service technicians, this course will familiarize the learner with specific electrical/electronic troubleshooting and repair techniques to supplement information covered in the WBT component of this training. Topics include diagnosing electrical/electronic concerns, demonstrating diagnostic procedures, and repair techniques. This program is intended for Caterpillar Service Technicians who have completed the WBT prerequisite component of this course. This Hands-On component allows Caterpillar Service Technicians to practice and demonstrate lessons learned throughout the course. This component focuses on the inspection, service, and equipment required to perform electrical/electronic repairs. 36:00:00
C175 Engine Training The C175 Engine Training Course provides a comprehensive overview of engine operation. The course will take a detailed look at all engine systems including air intake & exhaust, lubrication, cooling, and fuel. Utilizing hands-on training students will follow set-by-set procedures to remove and replace quill tubes, flow limiters, injectors, piston packs, main bearings, connecting rod bearings, and a high-pressure fuel pump. This course also includes basic principles in leak detection and troubleshooting of the fuel system. 36:00:00
AQUILA Drill Systems: Introduction to AQUILA Drill Systems for Service Personnel This course is designed for service personnel who: 1) Have little or no experience installing or supporting AQUILA Drill Systems 2) Will be involved with the installation and basic support of AQUILA Drill Systems 3) Will be This course provides service personnel with in-class, hands-on training of installation, calibration and troubleshooting for AQUILA Drill Systems. Students must bring a laptop computer equipped with a Serial port or USB to Serial adapter to the course. Learning objectives will be achieved through the use of hardware and software simulation tools. 40:00:00
Cat G3500 C and E Engine Course This course is an in-depth study of the performance of Caterpillar G3500 C & E genset engines with emphasis on engine set up & troubleshooting. Students will be taught the engine package commissioning. Hands on training will include product troubleshooting, lab exercises using Cat ET and data logger to maximize engine performance for the application. To successful, students will have to perform key tasks selected from the course, as well as pass examinations designed to determine their understanding of the course content. 40:00:00
Hose and Coupling Assembler Training This program provides thorough training on Caterpillar hose and coupling assembly. Training will be conducted at the Caterpillar Service Training Center (BLD LC) in Peoria, Illinois, to ensure all Caterpillar hose assembly machines are available in an environment conducive to hose training. The course will begin with the basics of hose and coupling identification and standards, operator safety, and hands-on training for all Cat hose assembly machines. Hands-on will include assembly and disassembly techniques of reusable couplings as well as crimping of permanent couplings. The student will be trained in all new products and reference resources including H.I.S. The session will wrap up with instruction on quality inspection processes and contamination control techniques. The attendee will be designated a Caterpillar Hose and Coupling Assembler after passing the exam at the end of the 4 1/2 days. Special Instructions: The attendee should have the ability to instruct others effectively at the dealership, target accounts and redistributors. 36:00:00
Optimization and Troubleshooting of Computer Aided Earthmoving System (CAES) in Landfill and Industrial Applications for Service Personnel This class is designed for experienced service personnel who: 1) Have a minimum of 3-6 months experience installing or supporting CAES on a regular basis 2) Will be able to applied the skills learned in the course within 60 days This class provides experienced service personnel with a hands-on opportunity to work with the CAES Machine Configuration file in a classroom setting to enable advanced features of CAES including: a) Advanced screen configuration and customization b) Avoidance zones and surfacesc) 3rd party Ethernet-based GPS corrections d) Automatic Ore Status e) Buzzers f) External Switch Inputs (Send truck, etc.) g) Coverage Mapping (Radio Coverage, GPS Coverage, etc.) h) Multiple File Activation Buttons i) Operator Login j) Operator Checklists k) Enhanced Point Options l) Multiple Fluid Entry 40:00:00
AQUILA Drill Systems: Commissioning, Optimization and Troubleshooting of AQUILA Drill Systems for Service Personnel – for Dealers Only This course is designed for service personnel who: 1) Have 3-6 months experience installing or supporting AQUILA Drill Systems on a regular basis 2) Will be involved with the installation, software set-up, and advanced technical support of AQUILA Drill Systems 3) Will be able to applied the skills learned in the course within 60 days Students will develop expertise on the use of AQUILA Drill Systems in the mining process. Students must bring a laptop computer equipped with a Serial port or USB to Serial adapter to the course. The learning objectives will be attained through hands-on training using hardware and software simulation tools. 40:00:00
Wheel Loaders: 992G This course covers the current 992G machines. Classroom work will cover the system operations of the power train, electronically controlled implement hydraulics, steering, brake and VIDS/VIMS monitoring system panel basics. Students will identify components, state the component function(s) and trace flow (oil, engine coolant fan, brakes, electricity, etc.) through the various systems. Students will perform testing and adjusting procedures on the power train, hydraulic implement, engine coolant fan, steering, brakes and electrical systems. The class will discuss how each procedure relates to the proper operation of the machine. Lab sessions will be 50% of the class. 36:00:00
Wheel Loader: 988H This course covers the current 988H Wheel Loader. Classroom work will cover the C18 ACERT™ Technology Engine fuel system, basic component locations, and derates specific to the 988H. Classroom work will also cover the systems operation of the power train, electronically controlled implement hydraulics, steering, brake and Caterpillar monitoring system panel basics. Students will identify components, state the component function(s) and trace flow (oil, engine coolant fan, brakes, electricity, etc.) through the various systems. Students will perform testing and adjusting procedures on the engine, power train, implement hydraulic, engine coolant fan, steering, brakes and electrical systems. The class will discuss how each procedure relates to the proper operation of the machine. Lab sessions will be 40% of the class. 36:00:00
Certified Marine Analyst (Field School) PLEASE CLICK MORE DETAILS TAB AT THE TOP FOR ATTACHMENT Please contact Terry Cordis Ph.:309 494 5398 E-mail: Cordis_Terry@cat.com to enroll in this course. This course is an in-depth study and hands-on activity for the troubleshooting and repair of Caterpillar Marine engines and support systems. Students will also be taught how to perform a marine Performance Analysis Report (PAR) test. The students will analyze the data from the PAR test and make recommendations to the customer. To become certified, students will have to successfully perform key tasks selected from the course, as well as pass daily quizzes designed to determine their understanding of the course content. The host dealer must provide a boat for the PAR test, all of the diagnostic tooling required for the PAR test, and daily lunches for all of the students during the course. 80:00:00
Introduction to Computer Aided Earthmoving System (CAES) in Landfill and Industrial Applications for Service Personnel This class is designed for service personnel who: 1) Have little or no experience installing or supporting CAES 2) Will be involved with the installation or support of CAES within 60 days This class provides service personnel with a hands-on opportunity to install and commission a CAES system utilizing hardware and on-board software in a classroom setting. Students will then practice their newly acquired skills through performing an installation on a D9T. Students will install CAESoffice and METSmanager office software on the training PC’s, and receive instruction on the basic operation of on-board and office software. Common issues and troubleshooting activities are built into each learning module. The class culminates in the students operating the on-board system while managing and monitoring the machine in the office software. 32:00:00
Wheel Loader: 994F This course will cover the following systems of the 994F Wheel Loader: engine, power train, implement hydraulics, steering, brakes, fan system, air and lubrication systems, and VIMS monitoring system panel basics. Students will identify all components, state the components function(s), and trace flow through the various machine systems. Students will also perform testing and adjusting procedures on the following machine systems: engine, power train, implement hydraulics, steering, brakes, fan system, air and lubrication systems, and VIMS monitoring system. The class will discuss how each of the procedures relate to the operation of the machine. Lab sessions will be 40% of the class. 36:00:00
Gas Engines II (G3300, G3400, G3500 Stoichiometric & Lean Burn Gas Engine Principles) This course covers electrical systems and special considerations necessitated by lean burn low emissions gas engines – specifically the G3500 Engine families. One day is spent in review of stoichiometric principles. The remainder of the class is spent discussing principles of lean burn engines, the advanced wiring associated with the accompanying control systems, and doing tests and adjustments on running G3512 Lean Burn Natural Gas air/fuel ratio controlled engines. The effective use of Caterpillar service literature will be practiced. Prerequisites Gas Engines 1 Complete the Basic Electricity programmed instruction training course (Form SEBV0534) Special Instructions: Students are asked to bring a calculator and safety glasses to class. Students should bring their Basic Electricity training booklet ($10) or they will be charged for duplicate. Order from the Caterpillar Media Logistics System Safety Students should also bring work clothes for the lab and are required to wear work shoes(leathersoles) in the building and lab area. No shorts or open-toed shoes are allowed in the building at any time. 36:00:00
Certified Truck Engine Analyst (Field School) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Please schedule class through Steve Bedwell @ (309) 636-5794 This course is an in-depth study of truck engine performance and all factors that contribute to the performance and fuel economy of an on-highway chassis. This course is based on chassis dynamometer Performance Analysis Report (PAR) testing and concentrates on the diagnosis of performance and fuel economy complaints. Special Instructions: Students are asked to bring a calculator to class. Participating dealers should have a computer controlled chassis dynamometer that meets factory recommendations. This class is for Dealer Technicians, TEPS Technicians, and Dealer Training Instructors. Please contact Matthew Delzell at by email or at 309-636-5795 to set up a class at your dealership. 36:00:00
G3600 Gas Engine Master Mechanic This course covers mechanical service procedures unique to the G3600 gas engine. Special tooling, which includes hydraulic tensioning equipment, is used to disassemble, assemble, and adjust various components. The disassembly and assembly part of this course is similar to the 3600 Diesel Engine Master Mechanic Course (2820). However, the service and adjustment procedures apply only to the gas engines. 36:00:00
Cat Electric Power II This course provides an in-depth study and hands-on activity in delivering, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing current and legacy production Caterpillar Generator Sets operating as single units, equipped with or without a control panel. To become qualified, the participants will successfully perform key tasks selected from topics presented in the course. After completion, the participant will be able to: Properly recognize generator actual and apparent power loading. Understand the effects of power factor and reactive loading on the engine and generator. Recognize different circuit breaker types. Test, adjust, and troubleshoot current production and legacy generator sets, generator mounted control panels, engine-mounted junction boxes, Electronic Modular Control Panel II, II+, EMCP3, VR3, VR6, DVR, and the Caterpillar Digital Voltage Regulator. Perform the proper voltage and frequency adjustments at delivery. Perform proper planned maintenance on generators. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Students are asked to bring a calculator to class. Also required is appropriate PPE to include safety glasses and minimum 600V rated gloves. Helmet, and outerwear are provided. Leather shoes are required. EH (electrical hazard) rated shoes are recommended. 36:00:00
Motor Graders: 14M/16M Models The 14M/16M Motor Grader course will include the following systems: Tier III ACERTTM Engine Cat Messenger System ECPC Hydraulic Transmission Control Steering/Implement Hydraulic System Implement Pilot Hydraulic System Fan and Brake Hydraulic System Machine Electronics Systems Operation and Testing and Adjusting of the C11 ACERTTM Engine, ECPC transmission, steering and implement hydraulic system, fan and brake hydraulic system, and the electrical system are covered in detail. Electronic Systems such as the Cat Messenger System will also be covered. Students will perform tests and interpret results on the various systems using the latest diagnostic tooling. The course content will be modified based on the machine model available for lab work. Lab sessions will be 50-60% of the class. The last 1/2 day is optional and will be used to cover any information and/or Testing and Adjusting that was not covered during the 4 days. Prerequisites Score at least 90% on: Graphic Fluid Power Symbols Pretest – (SEBV0556) Machine Electrical Pretest – (SEBV0558) Basic Hydraulic Pretest – (SEBV0557) Complete the following self study courses or equivalent courses: "Fundamentals of Mobile Hydraulics" – (TEMV9001) "Fundamentals of Electricity" – (TEMV9002 36:00:00
MineStar Fleet Commander Training Combined Basic & Optimized Training consisting of the fundamentals of MineStar for the beginning user as well as the experienced user. 48:00:00
Cat Switchgear Level 1 Training This course provides an overview and hands-on activity on pre-startup inspection, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of the XLM, LM, and EPG Switchgear. The participants will successfully perform key tasks selected from the topics covered in the course including paralleling generators OTHER PREREQUISITES: Experience in AC power generation 36:00:00
EMCP 4.3 / 4.4 Controls The EMCP 4.3 / 4.4 Controls Class, provides an in-depth study and hands on activities for installation, start-up, tuning, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the EMCP 4.3 and EMCP 4.4 controls.  
G3600 ADEM III Controls The purpose of this course is to train technicians on the proper set-up and operation of the G3600A3 ECM controlled engine. Numerous engine systems or functions will be taught during this course and will include: · Proper Engine Start Up procedure including validation of correct engine operation · The role of the ICSM (Integrated Combustion Sensor Module) in the engine control strategy · Calibration of the Air/Fuel Pressure Module · Understanding the role of an entering ECM Configuration parameters using Cat ET · Understanding how to modify the Programmable Monitoring System Values, if required · Proper setting of Combustion Cylinder Burn Times to determine correct operating emission levels Students will utilize service manuals, GERP, SIS and various other forms of media to properly troubleshoot and diagnose engine and control fault codes. Students will use powered desktop ECM’s to view and configure the Configuration Parameters and to set the programmable Monitoring System values of the ECM. Running engine labs will be conducted and students will utilize the Cat ET service tool to create, log and troubleshoot engine anomalies using data logger methods. Students will receive education in the use of electrical schematics associated with the ADEM 3 ECM control systems and perform test and adjustment procedures on a G3600 ADEM 3 engine. A final exam will be administered to confirm student success upon completion of this course. 36:00:00
Optimization and Troubleshooting of Cat Terrain for Drilling for Service Personnel This course is designed for service personnel who: 1) Have 3-6 months experience installing or supporting AQUILA Drill Systems on a regular basis 2) Will be involved with the installation, software set-up, and advanced technical support of AQUILA Drill Systems 3) Will be able to applied the skills learned in the course within 60 days Students will develop expertise on the use of AQUILA Drill Systems in the mining process. Students must bring a laptop computer equipped with a Serial port or USB to Serial adapter to the course. The learning objectives will be attained through hands-on training using hardware and software simulation tools. 36:00:00
Introduction to Cat Terrain for Drilling for Service Personnel This course is designed for service personnel who: 1) Have little or no experience installing or supporting Terrain for Drilling 2) Will be involved with the installation and basic support of Terrain for Drilling 3) Will be This course provides service personnel with in-class, hands-on training of installation, calibration and troubleshooting for on board drill systems. Students must bring a laptop computer equipped with a Serial port or USB to Serial adapter to the course. Learning objectives will be achieved through the use of hardware and software simulation tools.  
Petroleum Transmission This class will cover understanding and demonstrating the petroleum transmission  
Double Conversion UPSB505 Field Service Training ILT This course is an instructor lead training for Dealer Electric Power Service Technicians responsible for commissioning, repairing and providing preventative maintenance for the Caterpillar Double Conversion UPS. This course will provide training on the product as well as the tools used to support the product. This course is designed for someone who has completed Double Conversion UPSB125 Field Service Training ILT with a strong electrical background and an understanding of UPS systems. Participants will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of installation, operation and service of the UPSB505 product upon completion of the course. Equipment that is recommended to be provided by participant includes laptop computer, certified voltage rated electrical gloves and electrical hazard rated safety shoes.  
Double Conversion UPSB220 Field Service Training ILT This course is an instructor-led training for Dealer Electric Power Service Technicians responsible for commissioning, repairing and providing preventative maintenance for the Caterpillar Double Conversion UPS in the 150-225 KVA range. This course will provide training on the product as well as the tools used to support the product. This course is designed for someone with a strong electrical background and an understanding of UPS systems. Participants will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of installation, operation and service of the UPSB220 product upon completion of the course. Equipment that is required to be provided by each participant includes laptop computer, certified voltage rated electrical gloves (600 volt minimum) and natural fiber clothing (e.g. cotton). Electrical hazard rated safety shoes are recommended.  
EMCP 4.1 / 4.2 Controls The EMCP 4.1 / 4.2 Control, provides an in-depth study and hands on activities for installation, start-up, and maintenance of the EMCP 4.1 and EMCP 4.2 control. The class will also focus on the application and programming of the EMCP 4.1 and EMCP 4.2 and peripheral modules. 24 hours

 


 

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