Automotive Technician Training: Theory
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after October 1, 2021
Automotive Technician Training is the definitive student textbook for automotive engineering. It covers all the theory and technology sections that students need to learn in order to pass levels 1, 2 and 3 automotive courses. It is recommended by the Institute of the Motor Industry and is ideal for courses and exams run by other awarding bodies. This revised edition overhauls the coverage of general skills and advanced diagnostic techniques. It also includes a new chapter about electric and hybrid vehicles and advanced driver-assistance systems, along with new online learning activities.
Unlike current textbooks on the market, this takes a blended-learning approach, using interactive features that make learning more enjoyable and effective. It is ideal to use on its own but when linked with IMI eLearning online resources, it provides a comprehensive package that includes activities, video footage, assessments and further reading. Information and activities are set out in sequence to meet teacher and learner needs, as well as qualification requirements.
Table of Contents
1. How to Use This Book
2. Working Safely
3. Automotive Industry
4. Workshop Skills
6. Engine Systems
7. Electrical Systems
8. Chassis Systems
9. Transmission Systems
11. A Trending Future: Electric Vehicles and Hybrid Vehicles and ADAS
Tom Denton is the leading automotive author in the UK with a teaching career spanning lecturer to head of automotive engineering in a large college. He has published over forty automotive textbooks since 1995 and all are bestsellers.
Hayley Pells is an experienced MOT tester, owner/operator of award winning, Avia Sports Cars Ltd. She is a versatile automotive aftermarket writer, regularly published since 2017, an authoritative public speaker and consultant specialising in digital literacy, blended learning, and electric vehicle technology.
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