Welcome to the New CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom. Over the last several months we have delivered nearly 100 virtual sessions allowing us to test our technologies and fine tune our team and system as we prepare to bring the CTI+WTI Live classroom to you no matter where you are. Beginning Monday August 10, 2020, CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom live events became available for our paying members through the CTI+WTI Learning Center. For help accessing Virtual Classroom, click on the video links below for step by step instructions to find, enroll, attend and subscribe to our Live Virtual Classroom events. To reach our support team for assistance please send us a message a email@example.com
|How to Find a Live Virtual Classroom Event: Easily search for Virtual Classroom events with options to filter by date range, instructor or keyword. Class listings will include a description of the class content, printable flyer and soon will also include a video link to a brief preview of the class presented by the instructor.|
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|How to Enroll in a Virtual Classroom event: You must be logged in to the CTI+WTI Learning Center and have a valid subscription to Virtual Classroom to enroll in an upcoming class. From the course detail page, simply click enroll. You will receive a confirmation email and a reminder with a link to join the class at the scheduled date and time. Use these videos as your step by step guide to subscribe, enroll and attend Virtual Classroom.
|How to Attend a Virtual Classroom event: After you subscribe and enroll in a Virtual Classroom event you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the class at the day and time you selected. You can also access your Virtual Classroom event by logging into the CTI+WTI Learning Center under the Courses > My Classes menu. Watch the video for more detailed instructions.
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Virtual Classroom Recorded Events
|Recording Date||Course Name||Description||Instructor||Recording Link|
|04/10/2020||HVAC Data Analysis||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents HVAC Data Analysis.|
As HVAC systems have added features and new technologies, the
cost of service and repair has grown. Our clients appreciate the accuracy
and value provided by a well trained and equipped service facility. Especially
in the era of R1234yf, the use of a refrigerant recovery
and recharge as a “diagnostic step” may not offer the best value.
Today’s systems offer more data, utilities and tests through the scan tool.
This webinar will introduce some of these tests and data along with the
diagnostic direction that can be gained from their use.
• Develop solid diagnostic strategy
• Identify and utilize specific scan tool PIDs
• Verify post-repair operation
|04/15/2020||ADAS Problems and Solutions||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents ADAS Problems and Solutions.|
ADAS equipped vehicles are now common in many shops. If you do repair and calibrations of these systems eventually you will find a problem child. In this event Keith will show you how to weed out the root causes by using a repeatable, systematic approach.The discussion will revolve around an actual multi symptom problem vehicle including a solid foundational solution.
|04/24/2020||Application of Electrical Test Tools||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Application of Electrical Test Tools.|
Ever grab an electrical test tool and doubt the results? Understanding electricity and electrical circuits is becoming the ultimate quest for the future automotive technician. Understanding what methods work, what tools are available and what test to perform will make every technician more valuable and profitable for many years to come. In this webinar we will explore the tools that enable us to visualize what is happening on a circuit. With the right tool, a technician can predict the outcome of a circuit and compare the measurements obtained during testing to the expected values.
|04/29/2020||HVAC Enthalpy Chart Exploration and Application||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents HVAC Enthalpy Chart Exploration and Application.|
Experts in Automotive HVAC systems have long understood the importance of using temperature and pressure together to assess condition. Access to vehicle data has made this process easier yet vehicle designs have made physical verification of the data more challenging in some cases. We are always looking for tools to give our clients a reliable assessment and recommendation. This webinar topic introduces the use of Enthalpy Charts to gather and evaluate system data. Whether it is added to your diagnostic toolbox or not, it is a solid tool for better understanding the refrigerant cycle at a diagnostic level.
|05/8/2020||Advanced Alignment Diagnostics||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Advanced Alignment Diagnostics.|
Getting the alignment close to the preferred specifications is important. But what happens when something changes that creates tire wear and handling issues even after a great alignment? The answers may be related to unintentional changes in scrub radius and toe out on turns. Join us to discuss the idea of the static vs. dynamic alignment as we uncover the root cause of many unsuccessful repeated alignment attempts.
|05/15/2020||Pressure Waveform Acquisition & Analysis From the Inside Out||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Pressure Waveform Acquisition & Analysis From the Inside Out|
Technicians with a good understanding of labscopes and engine mechanical operation can learn to leverage the power of pressure transducers in their diagnostic routine by attending this webinar. Pressure waveform readings from the intake manifold, combustion chamber, and the exhaust stream can provide a wealth of information that can make difficult problems easy to find. The diagnostic approach will be demonstrated using real world-examples and actual case studies.
|05/24/2020||Foundational PICO Functionality||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Foundational PICO Functionality|
Just got your PICO and can't capture that waveform you saw in class? Join Adam and team to lock down solid foundational scope skills for the PICO platform. Learn how to select probes, voltage and time scales, use cursors and much more. Triggers and filters got you down? The solutions are here. The sure footing you will gain in this webinar will allow you to successfully implement the features of this fantastic tool.
|05/28/2020||Behind the Scenes||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Behind the Scenes|
We are preparing to take the next steps in rolling out our new Virtual Classroom platform and want to share some of the cool tools we have available to make this a unique interactive training experience.
|CTI - Raleigh Development Team||Video|
|06/03/2020||Advanced PICO Math Channel and Reference Waveform Techniques||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Advanced PICO Math Channel and Reference Waveform Techniques|
Even if you are a long time PICO user chances are you may not regularly use Math Channels and Reference Waveforms. Learn how to create and save Math Channels in a way that will turn your PICO into almost any electrical test tool, even a misfire detector. As Adam says, “If it involves math, your imagination is the only limiting factor”.
|06/12/2020||Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 1||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 1.|
Part 1 of our 4 part series. It's been proven that effective diagnostic techniques only come from a solid grasp of the application of physics for the system you are testing. In this webinar Jim and Rich will demonstrate how voltage and current behaves in working circuits and those that aren't working so well. Learn why your testing is giving the results you get.... IT'S ALL ABOUT THE LAWS! This session will utilize both illustrations and software simulators that bring a reality to you that a regular lecture cannot. Attendees will be given an opportunity to be involved with their own video and audio for discussion and questions.
|06/19/2020||Lubricants and Filtration Update||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Lubricants and Filtration Update|
May 1st, 2020 marks a new era in engine oil formulation and protection. GF-6 is the latest minimum ILSAC standard for passenger car engine oils to ensure they are meeting the needs of newer vehicles and engine technologies. A simple oil and filter change are not a routine service anymore. With advanced engines using oil life monitors and ways to customize the service intervals, technicians need to be prepared to service these newer engines with oils and filters that meet or exceed the manufacturers recommendations. This will maintain the fuel economy, performance and emission standards engineered into the vehicle, while protecting and maintaining the vehicles warranty.
|06/24/2020||Diagnostic Process Round Table||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Diagnostic Process Round Table|
Three vehicles with 3 very different issues. How would YOU approach it? The diagnostic process can vary greatly depending on the tools, service information and skillsets you have at hand. This talented team from CTI, OPUS, and Trained by Techs will present 3 case studies and explore how they would approach the problems. Sign in to not only see their methods but offer up how YOU would design a successful diagnosis.
Trained by Techs
|07/10/2020||Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 2||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 2.|
Part 2 of our 4 part series. This session we will take what we learned about the behaviors of voltage, current and resistance in a circuit and apply it to vehicle problems we see every day. Using simulators, wiring diagrams and scan data we will explore testing for faults on vehicle systems based on a symptom and/or DTC. The most important take away from this class will be the use of LOGIC to create and test out analytic paths.
|07/15/2020||Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 3||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 3.|
Part 3 of our 4 part series. Electricity is a dynamic environment. In the third session Faraday's law will be introduced. The behavior of magnetism and induction will start us on the path of more incisive testing without the need to disturb a circuit during the diagnostic process. We will also discuss the application of Duty Cycle on control circuits. The PDSA or Plan, Do, Study and Act method of diagnosis will continue to be the logic model behind the demonstration of these techniques.
|Session 1 of AD-3000-8|
Session 2 of AD-3000-8
Session 3 of AD-3000-8
Session 4 of AD-3000-8
|The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents AD-3000-8 |
Pressure Waveform Acquisition & Analysis From the Inside-Out
If you lift the hood of any newer vehicle, you can easily see that engine technology is getting more and more complex. Access for traditional engine condition tests is more difficult than ever before. Technicians with a good understanding of lab scopes and engine mechanical operation can learn to leverage the power of pressure transducers in their diagnostic routines with the information presented here. Pressure waveform readings from the intake manifold, combustion chamber and the exhaust stream can provide a wealth of information that can make difficult problems easy to find. Using logic and data acquired from multiple points on a vehicle serve like pieces of a puzzle providing answers to the underlying fault.
This course covers the use of both absolute pressure transducers and delta pressure transducers and explains the characteristics and benefits of each type. This diagnostic approach will be demonstrated using real world examples and actual case studies. Each example demonstrates specifics of root cause analysis. Students will leave this class with confidence to invest in the tooling needed to perform pressure testing and analysis to improve their accuracy and efficiency to diagnose today’s vehicles.
|Session 1 of HVAC-4000-4|
Session 2 of HVAC-4000-4
|The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents HVAC-4000-4 |
The  HVAC Update class is designed to familiarize both shops and technicians with the current state of air conditioning service. While this class is not designed as a complete A/C refresher course, it touches on many foundations from previous courses and adds current information regarding new technologies, diagnostic techniques and the critical nature of HVAC systems today. In this course, we will discuss:
Current equipment standards and how to verify capabilities
The future with R-1234yf and how it will impact the service bay and customer satisfaction
Real information regarding safety with new refrigerants
Changes in leak detection and how to verify equipment operation
A thorough review of the new service process and machines including video demonstrations
A review of testing practices with added tools and techniques to save time and increase accuracy.
|07/14/2020||Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 4||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Solid Electrical Foundations for Reliable Diagnostics Part 4.|
Part 4 of our 4 part series. This session will combine all that we have learned to this point with the power of detailed schematics. We will examine several circuit problems and apply circuit laws, effective test methods AND the powerful details of a good schematic diagram. The PDSA or Plan, Do, Study and Act method of diagnosis will continue to be the logic model behind the demonstration of these techniques.
|07/29/2020||Domestic Vehicle Security Systems||The CTI+WTI Virtual Classroom [VC] presents Domestic Vehicle Security Systems.|
Vehicle security systems are considered by most technicians to be overly complex and difficult to repair. Join us to explore some solid foundations of how vehicle security works, how each OE implements the systems and how to effectively approach diagnosis. Key PINs, NASTF and current industry challenges will also be discussed. This webinar will strip away the mysteries of today's vehicle security systems so you can be service ready.