Electronics & Software Boot Camp - Why You Should Say YES!
The automotive service and diagnostic industry is experiencing a head-on collision with the convergence of Vehicle Electrification, ADAS/Autonomous systems that are riddled with advanced software systems to control components. Mastering electronic devices, circuits and writing & coding software that controls these systems is essential to understanding how to build a deeper diagnostic skill set. Why not update or enhance your skills to master this convergence. Join in Las Vegas in March 2019 for our Electronics and Software Boot Camp.
Are there any plans for this course in other locations?
Hi Chris: We are planning for this course to be held only in two locations: Portland, OR (Portland Comm College) and Las Vegas. There are no plans to hold the course in other locations. We chose Las Vegas for its classification as a "destination location", the associated low travel costs for those attending, and a geographic location that mitigates weather issues (ice, snow, tornadoes…
I am a long way away. However I can see the need to be ahead of the curve with this so If i can grasp some of your online training you provide, I will be flying from Australia to attend the November boot camp. Looks very interesting. Thanks.
Chad: Glad to hear you're going to attend! We'll have a great time! Getting ahead of the curve is a prudent move and will serve you well. If you haven't been to the site, here is the link/address to the OnDemand Training: access-ondemand.com Also, I reviewed the schedule for the Electronics and Software Boot Camp and we don't have a November date. We have a March 4-8, 2019 (Las
Yes sorry, it was the December 2-6 dates in Las Vegas with the venue to be decided. Will this still be happening?
Hi Chad: The December 2-6, 2019 is one year from now and will not know if it will be running for at least another 8 months. The March 4-8, 2019 class is running for sure. Hope this helps. Mark
This is what is missing .. training on this topic without having to go to a university for electronic engineering.
Hi Adrean: This was out intent: offer technicians a "short course" process to gaining additional electronic and software skills without requiring long college/university courses. We understand that technicians are pressed for time and training dollars are limited so, we compressed the topics in this course into what is absolutely necessary to permit technicians to have flexible skills (i.e…