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New date added for Volvo vehicle repair course

Volvo Cars has added a new date for its product technology update course at its Training and Development Centre in Daventry, UK.

The course covers repair methods, safety systems, windscreen and ADAS, bumper repairs, SRS and WHIPS systems, and hybrid and electric vehicle technology.

It is aimed at vehicle damage assessors, engineers and technicians from insurance companies, accident management companies, fleet providers, training colleges and non-approved bodyshops.

Volvo says that over 600 delegates have so far benefitted from the course, which is now being offered on 12th October, 2022.

Engineer Tony Simpson said: “The course reaffirmed the importance that all industry personal at whatever level need to keep up to date with modern technology and the ever-changing advancement being made by motor manufacturers.

“The course was very rewarding, and the level of detail was perfect, with training set at a pace which was just right for all delegates.

“It was great to see the level of commitment in the design of Volvo vehicles for the safety of passengers and all other road users, and the course highlighted and affirmed the crucial importance of vehicles being reinstated to pre-accident condition and specification.”

Anyone interested in the new 12th October date is advised to email elena.worthington@volvocars.com.