Automotive Electronics: Vehicle Sensors and Components

Technicians involved in diagnosis and repair need to work on a variety of electronically controlled vehicle systems. The aim of this laboratory based electronics course is to provide a sound knowledge of the essential electronic principles, to assist in understanding the internal function of the sensors and components found on today’s vehicles. Course emphasis is focussed on the practical construction of electronic circuits using discrete components, the study of various sensor technologies and the bench testing of vehicle components. The relationships between the fundamental workings of electronics and actual vehicle applications are established.

This course is delivered by Bosch and upon successful completion qualifies for IMI Awards Quality Assured Programme (QAP) certification.

Course Details

  • CPD Credit Value 24
  • Course Format Physical
  • Course Duration 3 days
  • Provided By Bosch

What do I receive?

You will be able to:

  • Carry out advanced analysis of vehicle electronic faults at an accomplished level.
  • Utilise specific component test procedures to provide extra data in the evaluation of vehicle system and component faults.
  • Identify the correct or incorrect function of electronic devices.
  • Identify that a component requires replacement or repair.

Who is this for?

Vehicle technicians with skills at diagnostic technician level and are familiar with common electrical principles including essential mathematical formulae used in electrical calculations.

CPD Credit Value   24

Course Duration   3 days

Venue    STC Uxbridge / regional centre

Dates listed subject to change.

£615 + VAT Member
£665 + VAT Non-Member

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