Wiring Harness Assembly Training System
- Wiring Harness Function
- Wiring Harness Support
- Wiring Harness Inspection
- Handling and Storage
- Harness Connectors
- Harness Components
- Harness Routing
- Battery Cable Installation
- Battery Cable Routing
Related Manufacturing Processes (key) Products
Amatrol’s Wiring Harness Assembly Learning System (950-WHS1) introduces learners to the basic concepts of wire harnessing, such as wire routing, common types of connectors and clips, harness installation, and troubleshooting. Because machines require thousands of individual wires, harnessing offers protection for the wires, as well as ease of routing, reduction of space, and standardization of the assembly process for machine operators and assemblers. Amatrol’s world-class interactive curriculum allows learners to grasp both technical knowledge such as common wire routing mistakes and hands-on skills like practicing battery cable installation.
The 950-WHS1 includes a welded steel, mobile workstation with 4” square welded steel tubing and heavy duty casters. Components include a wire harness kit, fastener kit, cable kit, and harness assembly tool set, which features four wrenches, three pliers, and a tie-strap tool. Amatrol supplies these industrial-grade, top-flight components in order to give the learner an opportunity to work with real-world materials and gain experience they would normally only acquire on the job.
Real-World Wire Harnessing Knowledge
Amatrol’s world-class curriculum offers learners a thorough course on wire harnessing beginning with the basics like the five basic parts of a harness and building to more advanced topics such as proper harness installation. Learners will study proper storage and handling techniques, the parts and types of common connectors and clips, and the differences between harnesses and battery cables. Learners will also discover common harnessing rules such as the correct proximity of clips to connectors and what surfaces to avoid placing harnesses against.
Hands On Wire Harnessing Skills
After gaining knowledge of basic harnessing concepts, learners will be able to practice a variety of skills using hands-on equipment and interactive environments. Hands-on skills include attaching a variety of harness connectors, using a tie-strap tool to practice fastening clips, routing harnesses, and installing a battery cable. Learners will also utilize interactive skills to spot harnessing mistakes in a virtual work environment.
Wire Harnessing Safety
A major focus of the 950-WHS1 is wire harnessing safety. Learners will study about safe personal choices such as wearing safety glasses and not wearing jewelry when installing battery cables, as well as general safety steps like not using harnesses as steps or hand holds and not clipping a harness to a hose containing flammable liquid.
Multimedia Curriculum Available
Amatrol’s unmatched multimedia utilizes text, audio, and stunning 3D animations that engage learners in both theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills. This thorough, exceptionally detailed curriculum is built to begin with the basics and steadily advance to more complex concepts and skills. Through partnerships with key industry leaders and leading edge educators, Amatrol developed the right balance of knowledge and applied skills needed to train learners to work in their chosen field.
Student Reference Guide
A sample copy of this course’s Student Reference Guide is included with the learning system. Sourced from the multimedia curriculum, the Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfect-bound book. If you would like to inquire about purchasing additional Student Reference Guides for your program, contact your local Amatrol Representative for more information.