Thatcham Research enables sustainable headlamp repair with new guidance
Headlamps are one of the most commonly damaged components on a vehicle The need for sustainable headlamp repair is increasing; the cost of a replacement headlamp can be as much as 8% of a new vehicle’s value Thatcham Research has investigated headlamp repair options and used data to create new best practice guidance for vehicle repairers and carmakers The guidance highlights how bracket repair
Thatcham Research secures funding to identify EV repair and insurance pain points
Five-month research project funded by Innovate UK (IUK), the UK’s innovation agency
· Insurer LV= and SYNETIQ, a specialist in vehicle salvage, dismantling and recycling, to support Thatcham Research
Risk intelligence specialist Thatcham Research is today announcing that it will lead a funded project focused on Electric Vehicle (EV) collision repair and salvage processes and their i
Thatcham Research partners with Toyota on pioneering Hydrogen Hilux project
Thatcham Research is working closely with Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd (TMUK) to develop a hydrogen version of Toyota’s iconic Hilux pick-up.
Apprentice and Apprentice Mentor of the Year Awards – Winners Revealed
The ABP British Bodyshop Awards took place last night, giving companies an industry platform to recognise and celebrate the fantastic work of bodyshops and individuals throughout the year.
Charged and EV Ready: AW Repair Group becomes first group to complete Thatcham Research EV training
All AW Repair Group sites receive EV Ready certification
Thatcham Research unveils ‘EV Ready’ Training Programme
Blended learning programme will support the crucial need for automotive businesses and their employees to learn how to interact with all Electric Vehicles (EVs) safely and effectively
AW Repair Group upgrades to escribe
AW Repair Group returns to Thatcham Research for repair methods and blended learning programme
Thatcham Research Vehicle Damage Assessor apprentices at the cutting edge of blended learning
Thatcham Research is on-boarding 15 learners during a virtual realisation week which began on 29 March.
The new cohort met one another along with their Thatcham Research tutors, trainers, assessors, and safeguarding officer via Microsoft Teams. Online sessions for the Vehicle Damage Assessor (VDA) apprentices will continue through the week, including a virtual tour of Thatcham Research’s state
Apprentices set to return to Thatcham Research Automotive Academy
Thatcham Research is delighted that its Automotive Academy will welcome back apprentices for onsite training from Monday, September 7.
Insurance Industry Requirements to enable long-term sustainability of ADAS-equipped vehicles
Insurer established requirements bring much needed clarity to the safe repair of vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)