Who should attend?Repair sector staff, or those working in independent engineering and accident management companies looking to update their awareness of the technologies and processes impacting today’s repair sector and how this may change in the future.
|Course type||Thatcham Research certified|
What will I learn?
Delegates gain knowledge and awareness of vehicle construction, body types, materials, joining processes, and the technologies that impact the repair of damaged vehicles.
Considerations for the vehicle manufacture in:
- Materials (including composites)
- Joining processes
- Consumer requirements
- Insurance group ratings
Technical documents that support key decision makers in defining safe and appropriate repair specifications, best practice for fault code reading and vehicle resets, and alternative drive trains.
Diagnostics and pre-requisites for ADAS calibration of screen or body-mounted radar or lidar and placing a hybrid/electric vehicle into safe mode.
Best practice using scan tools for pre and post-repair operations, calibration of screen or body-mounted sensor for ADAS functionality and placing a high voltage vehicle into a safe mode.
Practical observation in joining processes both hot and cold, materials used in body construction to ensure crash energy displacement and looking at what may come in the future.