Troubleshooting Basics for Anyone Course Outline Description: A beginning course covering the basic concepts of troubleshooting. The course will focus on using a systematic approach in identifying and solving problems encountered in the workplace. Emphasis will be placed on establishing and utilizing a specific strategy to use during the €˜problem identification€™ stage of troubleshooting. Objectives: Upon completion of this course the trainee should be able to: 1. Define what is meant by troubleshooting. 2 Identify the four common attitudes encountered in troubleshooting. 3. Describe the systematic approach to troubleshooting as demonstrated in class. 4. Name the 4 different types of energy systems encountered in troubleshooting. 5. Identify the 5 sub-systems within each type of energy system. 6. Describe the function of each of the 5 sub-systems. 7. Identify the components used in each sub-system. 8. Explain how each of the components listed in # 7 above, work. 9. 10. Make a basic list of steps to be used in identifying a problem. IE: A Checklist. Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills: Prior to attending this class, the trainee should: 1. Have general knowledge of the various systems and equipment in use in their plant. 2. Have general knowledge of the operation of these systems in their plant. Materials and Equipment Required: 1. Worksheet #1 €œSystematic Approach to Troubleshooting€