RWC Training Centre in Milton Keynes will be hosting more half day seminars relating to vehicle technology following the success of the event held in March. The seminar looks at how electric vehicles and ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) may affect the collision repair industry between now and 2022.
Julian Smith, Technical Operations Director for SMH Fleet Solutions who attended the event said “The seminar was excellent, and gave us an insight to what we need to be doing today and what to expect in the future.”
Aimed at non-technical staff, customer facing personnel, VDAs and business managers; Part 1 covers electric powered vehicles and how the collision repair industry prepares for the implications of damaged electric cars. Part 2 of the session looks at ADAS and how this rapidly emerging technology is embraced through 2019 and beyond.
RWC Training Centre MD Rob Ward added “Collision repairers face the real risk of feeling left behind during 2019 so this session is designed to educate and reassure repairers, helping bodyshop managers and staff gain a level pace with the momentum and complexities of new vehicle technology”.
Titled Vehicle Technology Insight 2019, the next seminar will take place on Wednesday 24th April at RWC Training Centre in Milton Keynes with a delegate rate of just £75.00 plus VAT. Bookings for this event are already being taken online and spaces are limited.