Written examinations

Examinations in the five sections are held at various locations across the UK and in Dublin, Ireland. Candidates are required to have completed the study modules for their chosen examination subjects. Watch this website for dates.

Study is generally completed via distance learning modules supported by Institute distance learning tutors. Candidates in the Merseyside and Dublin areas may wish to avail themselves of centre based learning supported by local training centres (details are available from Sally at IAEA Head Office: 01296 642895 or email: sally@theiaea.org).

Candidates are required to pass four sections – Sections 2-3 and 4 are compulsory; candidates can choose to take either section 1 or 5.

Section 1. Basic principles of maths and physics application to accident reconstruction - Syllabus

Section 2. Motor vehicle legislation as related to insurance principles - Syllabus

Section 3. Principles and practice of vehicle damage assessment - Syllabus

Section 4. Motor insurance - Syllabus

Section 5. Motor vehicle technology - Syllabus

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