Braking and Chassis Systems: ABS and ESP

This course is designed for technicians involved in the inspection and repair of modern vehicle braking systems. It provides essential knowledge about the operation, maintenance and testing of electronically controlled braking systems, covering both Bosch and non-Bosch variants. The course includes the hydraulic actuation and electronic control of typical Antilock Braking Systems and an introduction to Electronic Stability Control.

The skills learned will enable technicians to apply the correct procedures when carrying out service activities and diagnosis on these safety critical systems. This course is not necessary for technicians who have previously attended the Bosch advanced ESP and chassis control course.

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

Course Details

  • CPD Credit Value 17
  • Course Format Physical
  • Course Duration 2 days
  • Provided By Bosch

What do I receive?

You will be able to:

  • Understand the function and operation of electronically controlled braking systems.
  • State developments in electronically controlled braking systems.
  • Understand the function and operation of an electronic stability programme including traction control and its interface with ABS.
  • Understand test procedures to identify faults in ABS and ESP.
  • Clarify the integrity of the system and the related brake functions in ABS or ESP control unit.
  • Identify ABS and ESP system and component faults requiring repair or replacement.

Who is this for?

Vehicle technicians who are familiar with the use of a vehicle system diagnostic tester and an oscilloscope.

CPD Credit Value   17

Course Duration   2 days

Venue    STC Uxbridge / regional centre

Dates listed subject to change.

£380 + VAT Member
£420 + VAT Non-Member

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