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Accident Reconstruction and Biomechanics

  • Advanced Impact Biomechanics

    This course will provide the student with the knowledge and understanding of the principles and science of low-speed impact biomechanics.  Vehicle components and data collection will be detailed to provide the student an understanding of the elements required for an accurate biomechanical analysis.  Use of vehicle event data recorders and current research in the field will also be covered. 

    States: Texas 
    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Analyzing Low Speed Collisions

    This course will provide the student with basic knowledge and understanding regarding the principles and science of reconstructing low speed vehicle accidents. The student will learn what information is needed to complete an accurate reconstruction and how that information is used in the reconstruction.

    States: Florida 
    CE Credits: 1.0

  • Introduction to Low Speed Impact Biomechanics

    This course will provide the student with basic knowledge and understanding regarding the principles and science of low-speed impact biomechanics. The data collection and evidence preservation process will be detailed to provide the student with understanding of the elements required for an accurate biomechanical analysis. Legal issues and current research in the field will also be covered.

    States: Texas, Georgia, Florida 
    CE Credits:  1.0 

  • Introduction to Vehicle Accident Reconstruction

    This course will provide the student with basic knowledge and understanding regarding the principles and science of vehicle accident reconstruction, The data collection and evidence preservation process will be detailed to provide the student understanding of the elements required for an accurate vehicle accident reconstruction.

    States:  Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia
    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Overview of Vehicle Accident Reconstruction & Biomechanics

    This course will provide the student with basic knowledge and an understanding regarding the principles and science of vehicle accident reconstruction, event data recorders in vehicles and low-speed impact biomechanics. The data collection and evidence preservation process will be detailed to provide the student understanding of the elements required for an accurate vehicle accident reconstruction. Legal issues and current research in the field will also be covered.

    States:  California, Georgia
    CE Credits:  6.0

  • Use of Automotive Event Data Recorders in Vehicle Accident Reconstruction

    At the end of this course the licensee will gain knowledge in the capabilities and limitations of Event Data Recorders (EDR), how the data is collected, the type of events that get recorded, the kinds of data collected and how to analyze the data, how the data relates to real world crash testing and EDR case law and legal issues.

    States:  Texas, Florida
    CE Credits:  1.0 

  • Vehicle Fire Examination

    See Vehicle Fire Examination under Fire

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