Important Notice: OHIO-1 Technician's Advantage is replacing the EDGE requirement as well as the two-hour NOx, and OBD II seminars. The NOx and OBD II seminars will continue to be offered for a limited time and then phased out.
An E-Check licensed repair shop must have a "current" technician to be "licensed." Technicians who do not have EDGE and want to be certified and current must take the new OHIO-1 Technician's Advantage course. Click for information on how to become a licensed shop or a certified technician.
To take OHIO-1, please contact one of the following trainers:
OHIO-1 Technician's Advantage is a new course designed to replace EDGE training as well as the two-hour seminars for NOx and OBD II repairs.
The 10 hands-on classes include CAN applications, Mode 6, OBD II strategies, and diesel OBD applications and diagnostics. The technician will use computer, PDA and hand-held scan tools to access needed information. This program will meet the Ohio EPA training requirement for E-Check Certified Repair Technicians.
OHIO-1 gives in depth coverage of the following topics:
- OBD II and the New Emissions Test
- OBD II Strategies
- OBD II Diesel Applications, including Turbo
- OBD II Diagnostic Tips
- OBD II Scan Tool Use
- Mode 6 Operation
- CAN Applications
- Computer and PDA-Based Testing
- NOx Strategies
- Current Ramping
- OBD II Drive Cycles
- Advanced Repair Information
All information will be supported with printed materials, and these materials are well worth the price of the program.