About

Tom Denton

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Automotive Author and eLearning Developer, London, United Kingdom

Tom Denton has been researching and writing best-selling automotive textbooks for over 25 years. His published work is endorsed by all leading professional organisations and used by automotive students across the world. He has taught college students at all levels, and always helped them achieve the best results. Tom was also a Staff Tutor and is currently an Associate Lecturer for the Open University.

His post graduate education in all aspects of technology and education, as well as many years of practical experience, has given him a broad base from which to approach and teach this interesting, yet challenging subject.

As a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry, a Member of the Institute of Road Transport Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers, he keeps in contact with the latest technologies and innovations across all aspects of this fascinating industry.

As well as publishing over 20 textbooks, Tom has created amazing support materials and eLearning courses.

Learn more about Tom’s textbooks and his new online Automotive Technology Academy at:

www.automotive-technology.org

 

14 thoughts on “About

  1. Good afternoon!
    I have just red your book Automotive Techician Training theory levels 1,2,3, 2014 edition and although it is a very detailed and well written book on pages 518 – 531 the waveforms are missing from the charts (they are empty).
    As a result chapter 10 of advanced diagnostics is useless. I was wondering if there is a way to find them in your webside or elseware.

    Thanks
    Meletiou George
    Cyprus

    1. Hi George, these are deliberately left out of the book as are many labels etc. from diagrams as the book is designed to be used with our eLearning system. I will come back asap with details for you about how to access this.

      Regards, Tom

  2. Hi
    I have read and own your three books but I would like to draw your attention to an issue I had
    So if could email me I shall elaborate

    1. thanks Ade, i replied to your email and you are right, there is a typo:
      Advanced automotive fault diagnosis Page 85 Figure 4.23 is labelled as a knock sensor and of course it should be an oxygen sensor

      My average is still pretty good though 🙂
      Tom

  3. Hi Tom,

    I am teaching in automotive technologies mostly EV/HEV.
    I intend to use your book “Electric and Hybrid Vehicles” in the future and I have some questions regarding that. Could you please send me am email. I will then explain further. Thanks.

    Best regards
    Gert Larsen
    Denmark

  4. Hi, Mr. TOM,
    I am graguate Automobile engineer having relavent experiance of about 25 years,Presently working in training of Automobile technology
    I would like to join you for inhancing my knowledge about new technology in this field, Kindly advise to join you.
    Thanks

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