This comprehensive Activ® interactive multimedia program, consisting of one lesson, teaches strategic troubleshooting skills that can be applied to the analysis of problems in any type of industrial system.
Audience: This program is excellent for training instrument technicians, electricians and electronics technicians, mechanics and millwrights as well as for the multi-craft needs of process and manufacturing facilities.
Developing Logical Thinking
Prerequisites: This lesson is designed so that no prior knowledge is required.
Description: This lesson teaches participants how to develop logical thinking and create a personal troubleshooting outlook that will prove valuable under any troubleshooting situation.
- Define root cause problem solving
- Define trouble-shooting
- Describe the basic steps involved in a general troubleshooting procedure
- Describe how to obtain information about a malfunctioning system
- Explain the importance of comparing the symptoms of a problem to the characteristics for normal operation
- Describe sources of information concerning normal operations
- Describe sources of information concerning the background of a problem
- State the relationship between a symptom and a cause
- Describe how to develop a trouble-shooting plan
- Describe the importance of using schematics while troubleshooting
- Describe steps necessary to repair the problem
- Describe steps that can be taken to prevent future trouble
- Explain the importance of a troubleshooting outlook
- Describe how to troubleshoot under pressure
- Describe the importance of experience in troubleshooting