Commercial vehicle braking specialist Knorr-Bremse has announced its new training course programme for 2022, having invested in new training rigs and additional content.
The programmes, which take place in Bristol, are aimed at workshop professionals, and designed to demonstrate in a clear and practical way how Knorr-Bremse products should be serviced.
The courses include training on the latest systems and components, and encourage a methodical approach to troubleshooting. Participants will be trained according to the latest standards and with a strong emphasis on practical implementation.
Options include the long-established Braking and Suspension Systems course, a two-day programme covering all features of Knorr-Bremse Truck & Trailer braking products (12-13 July and 22-23 November).
This course will ensure the participant understands the construction and function of the brake system, as well as its relationship to the motor vehicle; the trailer brake and suspension system function; and the interactions between trailer and towing vehicles. They will also develop the ability to diagnose system faults and components from typical symptoms (e.g. insufficient braking effect) and correct them.
There are also several one-day courses, including a system overview of EBS7 including the Electronic Parking Brake and diagnostic workshop (20 September); a general overview of NEO Diagnostic software and fault-finding (21 September); an in-depth look at TEBS4 systems, including the TEBS G2 family, ECUtalk, iLvl and all aspects of diagnostics and fault-finding (18 October); and a course covering all aspects of the Knorr-Bremse Air Disc Brake including spare parts, inspection and servicing (19 October)
“Our objective is to give you the skills to carry out maintenance and servicing on our award-winning tried and tested Knorr-Bremse products and also train you in the use of new technology,” said Knorr-Bremse.
“We look forward to welcoming you and your employees to one of our next training courses.”