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IMI accredited Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Course cost: £500

Programme Description

Today ADAS systems or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are integrated into every new car. This can range from standard right up to specialist ADAS functions that work to assist drivers and prevent potentially fatal accidents. Advancements are continually being made to current ADAS systems and the development of new systems.

To help learners tackle this important subject various topics are covered including explaining the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in general and the difference between various systems. As well as, covering why these systems are used, how they are tested in industry and how to re-calibrate a system.

This training course is suitable for individuals who want to learn about the theory behind ADAS technology, their advantages and disadvantages and how to carry out work on them. Learners will have the opportunity to undertake practical training before they complete a formal half day’s assessment.

At a Glance

  1 day

  Pibwrlwyd, Carmarthen

Who is it for?

This course is designed for motor vehicle technicians that are required as part of their role to carry out calibration on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.

Entry Requirements

To qualify for this course learners need to be currently working at a level three or above standard within the automotive industry. Relevant diagnostic experience is required ensuring learners have the knowledge, skills and techniques required to calibrate ADAS systems.

Progression

Once learners have achieved a certificate of completion for this course they could progress onto further diagnostic training.

Cost

£500