About Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Technician (T.C.)
Due to rapid advances in technology, the service and repair of cars and trucks has evolved into a more complex and challenging career. Today’s Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Technician must have advanced skills and training required for a successful career in this field.
The Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Technician technical certificate will prepare the student for entry into the automotive repair industry. The program consists of 27-credit hours of the Automotive Service Management Technology (A236) (A.A.S.) degree program and 4-credits of professional electives.
Upon completing this program, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following program learning outcomes:
- Students will learn the application, function, and diagnosis of ADAS systems
- Students will learn the application, function, and diagnosis of ADAS passive sensors (cameras, yaw, steering angle, steering touch)
- Students will learn the application, function, and diagnosis of ADAS active sensors (ultrasonic, RADAR, LiDAR)
- Students will learn the calibration for front mounted camera, front RADAR, blind spot RADAR, and rear/surround view cameras