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NLETC reserves the right to limit the number of attendees from any one agency. This is to provide equitable training thoughout the state.
This is an 80-hour course. Early application for this course is encouraged. Prior to the start of the class, study the materials you received in Intermediate, Advanced, and Technical Crash Investigations; particularly with regard to basic mathematics and algebra. This course is the fourth and final piece in the NLETC crash investigation curriculum. The students will be instructed in specialized applications of momentum as well as completing real-world projects to emphasize all aspects of these courses from Intermediate on up. Further blocks on technology, courtroom considerations, report writing and human factors will round-out the course so that the student has a complete picture of many of the aspects of the crash reconstruction process. Introductions to specialized courses in specific vehicle and crash types (ie. motorcycles, bicycles, commercial vehicles, rollovers, pedestrians, etc.) will be given so that the investigator is aware of further courses to expand their knowledge in this ever-evolving field.
Students are responsible for lodging ($25.00 per night double occupancy) and meals.
Equipment: Pen/Pencil, notebook, colored fine-tipped marker pens or colored pencils, 0.5mm mechanical pencil, eraser (polymer, vinyl or plastic), calculator (Texas Instruments TI-30XIIS or equivalent), Northwestern traffic template, 360 degree counterclockwise protractor (provided in Technical course), IPTM formula booklet (from Intermediate Crash Investigation), Fundamentals of Traffic Crash Reconstruction (Daily, et. al.) textbook from Intermediate (provided as needed). Extra towels if you are staying at NLETC.
Start Date: 09/27/2021 Start Time: 8:00 am
End Date: 10/08/2021
Tuition: No tuition, plus lodging and meals as applicable
Class Limit: 30
Instructor: Chris Mannel, Great Plains Technical Services
Prerequesite: Completion of NLETC's Technical Crash Investigation course or equivalent.