New ADAS seminar from Snap-on

Published:  04 September, 2019

Snap-on is offering a new seminar about ADAS. The event is accredited by the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) and gives attendees an overview of ADAS and how the various systems must now be considered part of their everyday work.

Attendees will gain points towards their IMI Continuing Professional Development status and will leave with more of an understanding of ADAS systems and how they need to be prepared for dealing with them in their daily workloads.

Coverage will include examples of ADAS systems and the need for accurate re-calibrations and re-initialisations once mechanical corrections on a vehicle have been completed. Visitors will learn about current and forthcoming legislation over the inclusion of ADAS systems on vehicles, as well as the implications for manufacturers and workshops.

The evolution of ADAS technology is featured, along with a look at what might be coming through workshops’ doors in the future. Sessions are scheduled for dozens of locations across the country and take place in the evening.They last for approximately two hours.

For the full calendar of ADAS seminars, along with details of other courses and events currently running Visit snapontraining.co.uk 

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