► Classroom Training
▼ Classroom Training
- How to Comply with the Truck & Bus Regulation (Course 521): Focuses on compliance with CARB's Truck and Bus Regulation, including main provisions, reporting, and proposed changes to the regulation. Also includes brief summaries of other diesel regulations, resources, and contact information. (For more comprehensive training on CARB diesel regulations, please attend Course #512 or #520.)
How to Comply with CARB Diesel Regulations (Course 520):
Reviews the inspection process, discusses the consequences
of non-compliance, and explains how to comply with CARB regulations
affecting most diesel vehicles and equipment operating in the State.
This course is geared toward truck owners, operators, brokers,
dispatchers, and fleet managers, all of whom are responsible for
complying with these regulations.
and Bus and Tractor-Trailer GHG Reporting Training (Course 514):
to report using the Truck Regulation Upload, Compliance and Reporting
System (TRUCRS), how to use the automated Truck and Bus Fleet
Calculator, and basic Truck and Bus and Tractor-Trailer GHG Reduction
Regulation requirements. An online
version of the tractor-trailer GHG portion of course 514 is
Note: The reporting course is not
required by the regulation, and is not required for you to report.
Vehicle Regulation Overview (Course 512):
Overview of ARB regulations that apply to diesel vehicle
operators: Idling, Heavy-Duty Vehicle Inspection Programs, Engine
Labeling, Diesel Emission Control Strategies, Truck and Bus Regulation,
Drayage Truck Regulation, Tractor and Trailer Greenhouse Gas
Regulation, Transport Refrigeration Unit Regulation, In-Use Off-Road
Diesel Vehicle Regulation and associated funding opportunities.
In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation Training (Course 504):
of the amended Off-Road Regulation, including the applicability of the
regulation, requirements currently in effect, and future compliance
requirements. Includes an overview of the Diesel Off-Road Online
Reporting System (DOORS).
Emission After-Treatment Devices (Course 511):
Diesel particulate matter (PM) and its health effects,
operating principles, types of after-treatment devices to control PM,
device application and maintenance.
Exhaust After-Treatment Maintenance:
Offered by a number of community colleges throughout
California through CCDET (class
in cooperation with ARB, and can be scheduled by request. Covers types
of after-treatment devices for PM and NOx, provides detailed
information on device application and maintenance. Includes hands-on
shop exercises designed to reinforce maintenance procedures. I intended
for installers and service and maintenance professionals. Fee may apply.
Vehicle Inspection Program (HDVIP) and Periodic Smoke Inspection
Offered by several California community colleges through
Covers California's two smoke inspection programs, test equipment, test
procedures, record keeping requirements, regulations and advisories
dealing with mobile diesel equipment. Fee may apply.
To request one of these courses at your site, please contact
Mark Tavianini at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (916) 327-0632.
You can request an ARB speaker through the Office of Communications though the request a speaker form.