The following is a list of the relevant qualifications for Bob Wagstaff in the field of Collision Investigation …

  • Bachelor of Science Degree specialising in Maths, Physics and Engineering Mechanics.
  • Diploma in Physics.
  • Open University Certificate in Computing and Mathematics.
  • Licentiateship of the City and Guilds Institute.
  • Member of the Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators.
  • Trained as a Collision Investigator at Standard and Advanced levels holding a City and Guilds Certificate.
  • Trained to levels II and III in Tachograph Calibration and Analysis again holding a City and Guilds Certificate.
  • Attended a course in relation to the Digital Tachograph Technology and hold a City and Guilds Certificate in this field and have also completed the Forensic Analysis of Digital Tachograph Data course presented by Mr K. Lloyd.
  • Trained in Motor Vehicle Inspection for all classes holding a City and Guilds Certificate and IMI Certification.
  • A time served Engineering Technician having received formal training as a draughtsman, holding a TEC Certificate in Mechanical and Production Engineering, and a TEC Higher Certificate in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Attended Courses on Basic Electronics, ABS Brakes, HGV ABS Brakes, ‘SRS’ Air Bag and Seat Belt Pretensioners, Tyre Technology, the Michelin Police Technical Tyre course and LGV Examiners Course.
  • Attended the RAC Body Control Course.
  • A Class 1 advanced driver and hold a C+E LGV Licence and motorcycle licence.
  • Trained in survey techniques using a Theodolite Total Station and Reigl Scanners and associated computer programs.
  • Attended a Relmo Training Course and an authorised and approved user of the software. Relmo is a digital terrain mapping system used in conjunction with survey data to produce both 2D and 3D plans and animation sequences.
  • Trained in the ‘RolleiMetric ‘CDW’ and ‘MSR’ Survey System’ and the associated computer programs and received training in the use of PhotoModeler program, which is another Photogrammetry system enabling 3D survey measurement to be made from photographic imagery.
  • Received training in the analysis of vehicle accident damage by a computer program known as ‘AI Damage’ and have attended an Advanced Course in this program.
  • Attended the Mechanics of Heavy-Duty Truck systems presented by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Cambridge University.