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Smog Check Repair Technician Update Training

December 2nd, 2019 by

Smog Check Repair Technicians must renew their Smog Repair License every 2 years and this course will satisfy the BAR criteria for 12 hours of continuing education credit. Electrical Diagnostics Course Objective Use a OEM diagnostic thought process when diagnosing, repairing system or component problems. Identify the 5 Step Troubleshooting Process. Use Voltage Drop testing to

Smog Check Repair Technician Update Training

November 4th, 2019 by

Smog Check Repair Technicians must renew their Smog Repair License every 2 years and this course will satisfy the BAR criteria for 12 hours of continuing education credit. Electrical Diagnostics Course Objective Use a OEM diagnostic thought process when diagnosing, repairing system or component problems. Identify the 5 Step Troubleshooting Process. Use Voltage Drop testing to

Smog Check Repair Certification Training

September 16th, 2019 by

Smog Check Repair Diagnosis & Repair Training COURSE LENGTH: 72 HRS TRAINING DESCRIPTION The Repair Technician license allows an individual to diagnose, adjust and repair the emission control systems on vehicles subject to the Smog Check Program at licensed Repair Only or Test and Repair stations in all Smog Check program areas of California. TRAINING

BAR Update (Repair Technicians)

April 1st, 2019 by

Smog Check Inspectors are required to complete 4 hours of BAR license update training every two years for license renewal.  This training must be done at the www.californiaarc.gov. Smog Check Repair Technicians are required to complete 16 hours of automotive technology update training every two years for license renewal. Training must be completed at a

BAR Update Training (Electrical Diagnostics)

November 5th, 2018 by

Smog Check Repair Technicians must renew their Smog Repair License every 2 years and this course will satisfy the BAR criteria for 12 hours of continuing education credit. Electrical Diagnostics Course Objective Use a OEM diagnostic thought process when diagnosing, repairing system or component problems. Identify the 5 Step Troubleshooting Process. Use Voltage Drop testing to