Day 1 of the CDR Technician course exposes the CDR System user to the basic functions of the Bosch CDR system so that, at a minimum, the user can confidently image data from supported vehicles using the standard On-Board Diagnostic (OBD II) Data Link Connector (DLC) port and, in most cases, directly from the airbag control module (ACM).
Day 2 of the CDR Technician training is a hands-on extension of what was learned on day 1 and offers small-group guided instruction in:
• On-Board Diagnostic (OBD-II) Data Link Connector (DLC) data imaging
• Module location and identification with direct-to-module data imaging
• Practical booster and adaptor applications
• "Back powering" vehicle systems to enable DLC data imaging
CDR has updated and changed the way the Bosch preferred CDR training courses are presented, and certified Bosch-CDR Trainer/Mentors instruct the class and are eligible to obtain official CDR Technician certificates.
Upon completion of this class, the user should be able to confidently image relevant crash data from supported motor vehicles.
Who Should Attend
CDR Technician training is best suited for police crash investigators, insurance investigators and adjusters and those involved in vehicle documentation and examinations who want to become more proficient in this field.
Successful completion of the CDR Technician class is a required prerequisite for both the Advanced Skills for the CDR System Operator course and the CDR Data Analyst course.