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Class: 64563 CDAT Heavy Truck Estimating
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
5/2/2016
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
1.00
City/Location: 
D. J. Bordini Center

End Date: 
5/6/2016

Total Hours: 
40.00

Fee: 
$1,250.00
 
Description:
Heavy truck equipment can be difficult to estimate for a number of reasons: loss of use, parts availability, depreciation, options, customization packages and nomenclature differences. This five-day seminar focuses on semi-tractors, trailers, dump and other specialty hauling vehicles. Know what you are looking at and understand choices of repair to enable accurate estimate writing. FVTC has a fleet of diversely configured trucks to identify and estimate. Communication between insurance appraisers and repair shops is difficult without understanding vehicle design, nomenclature, repair and parts options. Participants are empowered to write an accurate appraisal with information provided. Benefits of accurate appraisals are: decreased overall repair cycle time, increased customer satisfaction and valid total loss decisions.

Meeting Times:
5/2/2016 - 5/5/2016 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM T129A
5/6/2016 - 5/6/2016 Friday 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM TBD-TRANS

Class Notes:
Materials provided


 
   
Class: 80046 CDAT Heavy Truck Estimating
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
10/3/2016
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
1.00
City/Location: 
Appleton Transportation Center

End Date: 
10/7/2016

Total Hours: 
40.00

Fee: 
$0.00
 
Description:
Heavy truck equipment can be difficult to estimate for a number of reasons: loss of use, parts availability, depreciation, options, customization packages and nomenclature differences. This five-day seminar focuses on semi-tractors, trailers, dump and other specialty hauling vehicles. Know what you are looking at and understand choices of repair to enable accurate estimate writing. FVTC has a fleet of diversely configured trucks to identify and estimate. Communication between insurance appraisers and repair shops is difficult without understanding vehicle design, nomenclature, repair and parts options. Participants are empowered to write an accurate appraisal with information provided. Benefits of accurate appraisals are: decreased overall repair cycle time, increased customer satisfaction and valid total loss decisions.

Meeting Times:
10/3/2016 - 10/6/2016 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM T129A
10/7/2016 - 10/7/2016 Friday 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM T129A

Class Notes:
Materials provided. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fees will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $1,250.