The first level of instruction in accident reconstruction training. Attendees are law enforcement, insurance investigators, engineers, and others crash investigators. This week long (40 hours) class will introduce students to the importance of a quality investigations using the following techniques:
The second level of instruction in accident reconstruction training. Level I is a prerequisite for this course. During this two week (80 hours) of course instruction, the following topics will be covered:
This accident reconstruction training class is an 80 hour course designed for working automobile collision investigators who have completed Level I and II. Included in this course are the following topics:
This accident reconstruction training course is a 40 hour course designed for those who have completed Level I and II. This course will provide information to students regarding reconstruction of collisions involving vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles. Included in this course are the following topics:
In addition to the listed topics, weather permitting, one day will be devoted to live crash testing where attendees will apply covered topics investigating staged collisions using an anthropomorphic dummy. All crash tests will be documented with video and photography which will be provided to all attendees at the conclusion of the course.
This accident reconstruction training course is a 40 hour course. Attendees must have completed an Advanced Technical Collision Investigation-Level II course prior to taking this course.
The following topics will be covered:
Weather permitting, one day will be devoted to motorcycle acceleration and brake testing. Testing will be done of motorcycle sliding.
This accident reconstruction training class is a 40 hour course which covers the investigation of collisions involving semi-tractor trailers, recreational vehicles, truck and trailer combinations, and other heavy equipment. Prerequisite to attend the course is Advanced Technical Collision Investigation - Level II. The course will discuss: