FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.
- Nov. 20, 2019
-- To continue support of employee education and training in the work truck industry, NTEA developed a Truck Equipment 201 module covering commercial vehicle calibrations, emissions and fuel economy. TE201 is a series of online course modules, designed for those with technical knowledge seeking deeper understanding of specific topics outlined in TE101 — an introductory course released by NTEA in 2017. Calibrations, Emissions and Fuel Economy — the third TE201 course — helps expand understanding of the vehicle powertrain by reviewing engine calibration, tailpipe and evaporative emissions, onboard vapor recovery, onboard diagnostics, fuel economy and greenhouse gas.
"The third TE201 module continues a concentration on powertrains, specifically in relation to engine calibration, emissions and fuel economy," said Susan Dehne, NTEA senior director of technical services. "This course provides an in-depth overview of powertrain calibration concepts and essential elements of emissions and fuel economy, making it a great educational resource for the industry."Module topics include
• Engine calibration
• Tailpipe emissions for U.S., Canada and California Air Resources Board
• Evaporative emissions
• Onboard vapor recovery
• Fuel economy
• Components that impact emissions and fuel economy
• Greenhouse gas
The third TE201 module builds on the powertrain and certification courses. Users are encouraged to complete TE201 powertrain before taking this module. To receive a module certificate of completion, the learner is required to complete a brief quiz following each of the sections.
The course is a free benefit to NTEA members and eligible for MVP credit and Continuing Education Units through our accreditation by International Association for Continuing Education and Training. Nonmembers can purchase access to each TE201 module for $49. Learn more at ntea.com/te201 (http://www.ntea.com/te201?utm_source=TE201%20Calibration%...
TE101/TE201 align with NTEA's priority on workforce development. The Association identifies current workforce development challenges and global trends affecting the commercial vehicle industry. Visit ntea.com/workforcedevelopment (http://www.ntea.com/workforcedevelopment?utm_source=TE201...
) to review the many available resources and select employee-specific training opportunities.About NTEA
Established in 1964, NTEA (http://www.ntea.com/?
– The Association for the Work Truck Industry represents more than 2,100 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to the Association. NTEA provides in-depth technical information, education, and member programs and services, and produces The Work Truck Show® (http://www.worktruckshow.com/?
. The Association maintains its administrative headquarters in suburban Detroit and government relations offices in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Ontario. NTEA staff are knowledgeable and experienced in a variety of areas related to the work truck industry. Visit ntea.com/meetourexperts (http://www.ntea.com/
to learn more or request an interview.