Virtual Instructor-Led Lecture & Hands-On Training

A blend of scheduled training with a live instructor and self-study in an online format, with hands-on components shipped to you!

Track 3: November 9 - December 9, 2021 (14 live instructor-led online sessions)


Instructor: Dr. Mark Quarto

 

Format: Scheduled Instructor-Led and Self-Study online training

  • Course Orientation immediately available upon registering
  • Each Lesson is made available on the same day as instructor-led training via Zoom

 

Course Materials: 

  • Physical Tool & Component Kit shipped to participants
  • USB Drive with Software and additional materials
  • Online Resource Library 

 

Certificate of Completion: 

  • Awarded after successful completion of the course

 

Participant Requirements:

  • Pre-requisites: None (Automotive electrical experience is helpful)
  • A computer with at least two functioning USB drives 
  • Internet connection with speed to support multi-participant teleconferencing
  • Oscilloscope or DVOM
  • Ability to attend all instructor-led training sessions


 

Dates: November 9 – December 9, 2021 (Track 3 - 2021)

  • This is an accelerated Track
  • Scheduled Instructor-Led Session Start Time: 4:00PM - 7:00PM PDT/PST
  • Registration Deadline: November 1, 2021
  • See the Course Curriculum below for lesson/session topics



Overview and Information

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Course Curriculum and Activities

  • 1

    Course Overview

    • Boot Camp Orientation and Virtual Course Requirements

    • How to set up your webcam in your workspace

    • How to set up your workspace

    • Automotive Software & Electronics Fundamentals Boot Camp - Content Overview

    • Sample Pre-Session Checklist

    • Message from the Instructor

  • 2

    Lesson 1: Introduction, Resistors, Diodes, and Projects #1 and #2

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #1 (Zoom Password: 112049)

    • Lesson 1 Assignments: Resistor Diodes, Rectifier Diodes, Light Emitting Diodes (LED), and Zener Diodes

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 3

    Lesson 2: Capacitors (DC Controls), BiPolar Transistors, and Projects #3 & #4

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #2 (Zoom Password: 862547)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 2 Assignments: Capacitor Timer and NPN & PNP Bipolar Transistor Relay Drive

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 4

    Lesson 3: MOSFET Transistors, Opto Isolators, and Projects #5 & #6

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #3 (Zoom Password: 686210)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 3 Assignments: MOSFET Electric PM Motor Controller and Opto Isolator High Voltage Sensing

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 5

    Lesson 4: Counter-Dividers, Op-Amps, Comparators, and Projects #7 & #8

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #4 (Zoom Password: 382176)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 4 Assignments: Digital Counter, Op-Amp Comparator & Window Comparator, and Comparator Relay Driver

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 6

    Lesson 5: Hall Effect Sensor, Schmitt Trigger, and Projects #9 and #10

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #5 (Zoom Password: 731799)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 5 Assignments: Hall Effect Crank & Cam Sensor, and Analog Crank Sensor Converts to Digital Output Converter

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 7

    Lesson 6: Digital Logic Gates and Project #11

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #6 (Zoom Password: 084153)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 6 Assignments: AND Gate Circuit, OR Gate Circuit, and Digital Cooling Fan Control Circuit

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 8

    Lesson 7: Voltage Level Shifters, Buffers, and Projects #12 & #13

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #7 (Zoom Password: 955722)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 7 Assignments: CMOS to TTL Voltage Level Shifter, TTL to CMOS Voltage Level Shifter, Op-Amp Voltage Level Shifter, and Digital Buffer (Unity Gain Amplifier)

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 9

    Lesson 8: Introduction to Arduino Controller Systems, Developing Pseudo-Code & Algorithms, and Software Coding Structure

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #8 (Zoom Password: 014819)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 8 Assignments: Pseudo Code for a Program Development and Algorithm Control for a Program Development

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 10

    Lesson 9: Software Programming Syntax

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #9 (Zoom Password: 281555)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 9 Assignments: Syntax and Usage in Firmware/Software

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 11

    Lesson 10: Timing Circuits - Blinking LEDs & Voltage Detection Controls

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #10 (Zoom Password: 495401)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 10 Assignments: Single LED Blink (Timing) System, Two LED Blink (Timing) System, and Transient Voltage Detector

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 12

    Lesson 11: 0V - 25V Digital Voltmeter System, Measuring Voltage System (Analog to Digital Conversion), IF-ELSE Functions, and Projects #16, #17, and #18

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #11 (Zoom Password: 637725)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 11 Assignments: IF-ELSE Relay Control and IF-ELSE Analog Voltage Read

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 13

    Lesson 12: FOR Loops Controls, Pulse Width Modulation Controls, and Projects #19 & #20

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #12 (Zoom Password: 488237)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 12 Assignments: FOR Loop (No Stop), FOR Loop (Using Void Set-up), FOR Loop (Using Stop Flag), and PWM Digital Electric LED & PM Motor Control

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 14

    Lesson 13: WHILE Loop Controls, Logic Gate (Boolean) Controls, and Projects #21 & #22

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #13 (Zoom Password: 368029)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Lesson 13 Assignments: While Loop A/C Relay & Indicator Control and Transmission Clutch Control Monitoring System

    • Optional Self-Study Content

  • 15

    Lesson 14: Final Course Capstone Project

    • Pre-Session Checklist

    • Instructor-Led Group Session #14 (Zoom Password: 696027)

    • Timed Quiz Link

    • Timed Quiz Validation (Result Upload)

    • Capstone Project Submission

What is a Virtual Hands-On Session Like?

Check out the videos below to see what you will experience during an interactive session

Registration Deadline

Registration ends August 16th and Tool & Component Kits will ship August 17th.

About the Instructor

Dr. Mark Quarto



Dr. Mark Quarto is a Vehicle Electrification expert with over 30 years in the automotive industry. In addition to being an instructor and special consultant to FutureTech Auto, Dr. Quarto is the founder of Quarto Technical Services (QTS), which provides engineering services, diagnostic equipment, training, technical support, and consulting in Vehicle Electrification to all facets of the automotive industry.

Responsibilities include design and development of: diagnostic test equipment & software, management and technical education, curriculum and training programs, and technology innovations with solutions focused on Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Propulsion and Energy Management Systems. These unique diagnostic techniques and applications are effectively used globally supporting automotive aftermarket businesses.  

Other professional experience includes 28 years at General Motors Company with the last 16 years dedicated to Advanced Vehicle Engineering and as an Engineering Group Manager. Responsibilities included management, development of control and diagnostics systems, and service solutions for the Chevrolet Spark, Chevrolet Volt, Fuel Cell, Two-Mode Hybrid, Parallel Hybrid Truck (PHT), EV1 Electric Vehicle, S10 Electric Truck, and Alternative Fuel Systems Programs.  Prior 12 years included Service Training Development Manager and Resident Instructor in the technical training environment.  

Specialized Education includes a Doctorate in Technical Education from Nova Southeastern University, specialized in design, development, and technical education systems for hybrid and electric vehicles including high voltage energy and propulsion systems. Master’s Degree and two Bachelor Degrees all are in the areas of Electrical Engineering and Automotive Technology.



Registration Ends August 16th, 2021

Your Registration must be completed by this date in order to receive your Tool & Component Kit in time for the course start!

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