New Technology for the Damage Appraiser 

The current trend in automotive design is to increase fuel economy, occupant safety and assist drivers through electronic stability control measures and avoidance systems; these additional electronic systems require specific repair approaches. Meeting structural needs requires advanced structural materials from both steel and aluminum industries which greatly affect repair strategies. Knowing where to find quality information to appropriately repair vehicles is an absolute must; this three-day program will address these issues by providing students with tools to make informed decisions when assessing damage to modern vehicles.

To obtain a detailed outline, contact schamper@fvtc.edu.

You Will Learn About
  • Modern vehicle construction materials
  • Locating and using a variety of information provider resources
  • Identifying when convenience accessories and systems require recalibration
  • Identifying the necessary equipment to perform recalibrations
Who Should Attend

Insurance appraisers, total loss specialists and dealership appraisers/estimators, former students of CDAT program.


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This seminar can be customized for your company or run by request.
For more information call 920-735-2525 or e-mail us at bi.services@fvtc.edu


To learn more about our Collision Damage Assessment Training,
contact Mel Schampers at schamper@fvtc.edu
or call (920) 996-2914.


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