Course Title: Airbag & Restraint Installation Certification

Type of Course: In Person Classroom Lecture and Laboratory

This Airbag and Safety Certification Training Course is designed to teach and train individual’s safety, design, function, proper handling and servicing of restraint systems. This course includes guided practice in a simulated work environment, in disabling and enabling airbag systems, removing and replacing airbags, handling and removal, and installation of supplemental restraint systems.

Lecture Hours: 4 & Laboratory Hours: 4

 Minimum two years professional automotive experience
 General understanding of automotive electrical systems and how they work

Recommended Skill Level:
 High school or GED reading level
 Ability to communicate effectively in the English language
 Background in automotive electrical systems

Airbag & Restraint Installation Course Goals:

Provide instruction in current methods and practices of removal and replacement of Supplement Restraint Systems according to the State of California. Students will develop the critical thinking and technical skills necessary to diagnose and repair and replace Supplement Restraint Systems related problems. Activities will take place in a simulated work environment representative of those encountered in the automotive repair industry today. This experience will include instruction in common business practices, ethics, and integrity.

Airbag & Restraint Installation Course Objectives:

Student will demonstrate through practical applications, written, and Lab exams, their ability to:
  1. Apply general safety practices in addition to specific procedures related to all warning and service precaution.
  2. Describe and explain the operations of Supplement Restraint Systems.
  3. Locate SRS components and wiring connectors.
  4. Perform system operation check.
  5. Demonstrate service precautions when working with airbag systems.
  6. Disable and enable airbag systems.
  7. Apply proper disposal procedures.
  8. Perform post collision inspections.
  9. Demonstrate proper removal and installation of each airbag assembly.
  10. Use the information from service and repair manuals, airbag system inspection and replacement tables, and wiring component diagrams. Students will demonstrate the manufacturer’s specifications for systems operation and the appropriate repair/replacement parts and procedures.
  11. Select and properly use the correct hand and power tools as well as identifying specialty tools.
  12. Use self diagnostic systems and diagnostic trouble codes.
  13. Demonstrate correct use of materials and application processes necessary to factory specifications.
  14. Demonstrate professional ethics, personal integrity, good business practices, and customer relation skills.
  15. Test/Exam
  16. Students who successfully complete this course will be qualified to remove and replace airbags and their components

Cost: $3995 Per Student (Minimum 2 Students Per Class Maximum 6 Students)

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