Porsche product technical training seminar
Porsche are interested in making information and training available to IAEA members and have formally invited all to a Porsche product technical training seminar.
Porsche have made further leaps in technology regarding body construction and mechanical electrical technologies that they would like to share with you. Carrying out body and paint related repair services on Porsche vehicles has continued to be increasingly more complex and requires technicians to be ever more qualified in their field of expertise, in order for you to understand its training strategy and make good decisions on Porsche repairs they would like to invite you to attend their special industry briefing.
These training and product seminars are aimed at Vehicle Damage Assessors from insurance companies, brokers, engineers, fleet providers and work providers as wells as interested industry publications.
The content of the training seminars would cover:
· Porsche body repair strategy update and product overview.
· Provide training access to the entire Porsche model range on the day - New Panamera, New Cayenne, New 911,
· Body structures and multi materials body construction
· Repair methods bonding, riveting and aluminum welding
· Safety systems Update
· Windscreens technology and fitting
· Bumper repair options / restrictions
· Porsche passive safety systems
· Porsche Integrated Workshop Information System (PIWIS) vehicle systems _Tester
· Hybrid technology today and in the future (New Tacan BEV)
* There are x10 delegate spaces available on each day and will provide refreshments and lunches for all delegates attending.
Course 1 is on the 23 July
Course 2 is on the 24 July
Course 3 is on the 25 July
Start & Finish Time
10:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Porsche Cars Great Britain Training Academy Bath Road, Calcot, Reading, RG31 7SE
For location map, click here.
In order to book your place, please contact:
Ownership Team Administrator
Porsche Cars GB Ltd
* It is Porsche's intention to provide this training at a subsidized rate of £200 for all business that are interested in developing there technical knowledge on the Porsche product range. They have limited spaces and will provide this training on a first come first serve bases.