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Monday, December 07, 2020Ongoing

Mobile Hydraulic Systems & Hydrostatic Drive Training

**REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ONLY 16**

Event runs daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (with lunch on your own each day)

Registration Fee = $900.00 (this fee will include a copy of  ‘Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment’ textbook)

This training will enable participants to gain four days of hands-on instruction covering the four most popular styles of mobile machine hydraulic systems:

  • Open Center
  • Pressure Compensated
  • Pre-Spool Load Sensing
  • Flow Sharing

Additionally, Hydrostatic Drive topics will be covered:

  • Hydrostatic Drive Fundamentals
  • Hydrostatic Drive Adjustments
  • Hydrostatic Drive Diagnostics

NEEDED SUPPLIES: Safety Glasses, Proper Attire (long pants, slacks or jeans) and optional (laptop, camera, notepad and pencil/pen).

PRESENTER:

Timothy Dell, professor of Automotive Technology, has taught at Pittsburg State University for 21 years. Dr. Dell received his doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University, a master of science degree in Technology Education from Pittsburg State University, and a bachelor of science degree in Automotive Technology with an emphasis in Diesel and Heavy Equipment from Pittsburg State University. He began his career working for Case IH in their Technical Service Group in Racine, WI, specializing in combine diagnostics.

He currently teaches Automotive Electricity and Electronic Systems, Automotive Automatic Transmissions, Advanced Hydraulic Systems and Construction Equipment Systems. Tim has authored two textbooks: Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment and Heavy Equipment Power Trains and Systems.


When:
Monday, December 07, 2020 8:00 AM thru 05:00 PM
Where:
Pittsburg State University

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Monday, January 11, 2021Community Event

Mobile Hydraulic Systems & Hydrostatic Drive Training

**REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ONLY 16**

Event runs daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (with lunch on your own each day)

Registration Fee = $900.00 (this fee will include a copy of  ‘Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment’ textbook)

This training will enable participants to gain four days of hands-on instruction covering the four most popular styles of mobile machine hydraulic systems:

  • Open Center
  • Pressure Compensated
  • Pre-Spool Load Sensing
  • Flow Sharing

Additionally, Hydrostatic Drive topics will be covered:

  • Hydrostatic Drive Fundamentals
  • Hydrostatic Drive Adjustments
  • Hydrostatic Drive Diagnostics

NEEDED SUPPLIES: Safety Glasses, Proper Attire (long pants, slacks or jeans) and optional (laptop, camera, notepad and pencil/pen).

PRESENTER:

Timothy Dell, professor of Automotive Technology, has taught at Pittsburg State University for 21 years. Dr. Dell received his doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University, a master of science degree in Technology Education from Pittsburg State University, and a bachelor of science degree in Automotive Technology with an emphasis in Diesel and Heavy Equipment from Pittsburg State University. He began his career working for Case IH in their Technical Service Group in Racine, WI, specializing in combine diagnostics.

He currently teaches Automotive Electricity and Electronic Systems, Automotive Automatic Transmissions, Advanced Hydraulic Systems and Construction Equipment Systems. Tim has authored two textbooks: Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment and Heavy Equipment Power Trains and Systems.


When:
from Monday, January 11, 2021 8:00 AM
thru Thursday, January 14, 2021 5:00 PM
Where:
Pittsburg State University

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Monday, March 22, 2021Community Event

Mobile Hydraulic Systems & Hydrostatic Drive Training

**REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ONLY 16**

Event runs daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (with lunch on your own each day)

Registration Fee = $900.00 (this fee will include a copy of  ‘Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment’ textbook)

This training will enable participants to gain four days of hands-on instruction covering the four most popular styles of mobile machine hydraulic systems:

  • Open Center
  • Pressure Compensated
  • Pre-Spool Load Sensing
  • Flow Sharing

Additionally, Hydrostatic Drive topics will be covered:

  • Hydrostatic Drive Fundamentals
  • Hydrostatic Drive Adjustments
  • Hydrostatic Drive Diagnostics

NEEDED SUPPLIES: Safety Glasses, Proper Attire (long pants, slacks or jeans) and optional (laptop, camera, notepad and pencil/pen).

PRESENTER:

Timothy Dell, professor of Automotive Technology, has taught at Pittsburg State University for 21 years. Dr. Dell received his doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University, a master of science degree in Technology Education from Pittsburg State University, and a bachelor of science degree in Automotive Technology with an emphasis in Diesel and Heavy Equipment from Pittsburg State University. He began his career working for Case IH in their Technical Service Group in Racine, WI, specializing in combine diagnostics.

He currently teaches Automotive Electricity and Electronic Systems, Automotive Automatic Transmissions, Advanced Hydraulic Systems and Construction Equipment Systems. Tim has authored two textbooks: Hydraulic Systems for Mobile Equipment and Heavy Equipment Power Trains and Systems.


When:
from Monday, March 22, 2021 8:00 AM
thru Thursday, March 25, 2021 5:00 PM
Where:
Pittsburg State University      

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Monday, March 22, 2021Ongoing

Intro to Programming | 6 week Training

NOTE: This will be a structured 6-week workshop series. Kickoff weekend session, online sessions one night each week, and a closeout weekend session. We will have full day (in-person) sessions March 20th, 9 am-4 pm, and May 1st, 9am-4pm. In between these two dates, we will have one nightly (online) session per week, Tuesdays, 6:30 pm-9:30 pm.

College credit is available from Pittsburg State University – 1 hour – $99 

This workshop series is designed to help teach individuals with no programming experience the fundamentals of coding.

Attendees will gain a strong baseline of fundamental programming knowledge, including an overview of programming languages, coding fundamentals, data structures and algorithms, source control, and how to put it all together to create meaningful solutions to problems.

By the end of the training, attendees should be able to write basic programs that solves problems, and have a firm foundation for further programming knowledge.

Presenter:

John Kuefler is a software architect, consultant, and university instructor. He is a Xamarin Certified Developer, and a Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator.

Having spent years as the lead software architect for a programming team, he gained in-depth experience creating software solutions from the ground up. He also has years of software consulting experience, as well as teaching at the collegiate level. He loves to combine his passion for education and technology. He has developed back end applications and infrastructure designed to service large user bases, mobile applications, bots, and a myriad of other solutions with an emphasis on stability and customer experience.


When:
Monday, March 22, 2021 9:00 AM
Where:
Block 22
Pittsburg KS

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