Electric Hybrid Vehicle System Repair and Replacement - Level 3

Course Code: WN1EE8129

Next available course:

Start DateLocationDuration / Fees
01/08/2017Bispham Campus1 Day / £415.00Enquire
13/03/2018Bispham Campus1 Day / £415.00Enquire
20/03/2018Bispham Campus1 Day / £415.00Enquire
27/03/2018Bispham Campus1 Day / £415.00Enquire
03/04/2018Bispham Campus1 Day / £415.00Enquire

Course Overview

Overview:

The content of this qualification has been designed to give the candidate the knowledge and skills required to work safely on Electric/Hybrid vehicles whilst carrying out diagnostic, testing and repair activities. This may include vehicles that may have or had damage to their high energy/electrical system

It contains two mandatory units EV2.2 and EV3. EV2.2 covering all of the skills and knowledge from IMI Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicles Routine Maintenance Activities and EV3 covering skills in:

working safely on an electric/hybrid vehicle

Using information to carry out the task

Carrying out repairs on high energy electrical systems

Gathering information and making suitable recommendations

As a result, learners successfully completing this qualification will acquire significant core knowledge and skills and the ability remove and replace Electric/Hybrid vehicle high voltage components.

Entry Requirements

Who is it for?

This Award sized qualification offers an introduction to this specialised industry sector which, in addition to complimenting their current industry qualifications and experience, will enable them to continue to work safely within their job role. These roles can include but are not exclusive to:

Maintenance and Repair Technicians

M.E.T Technicians

Candidates will have an interest in gaining the knowledge to work safely when carrying out repair activities on Electric/Hybrid vehicle high voltage systems.

It is therefore designed for those people who may encounter electric/hybrid vehicles within a routine maintenance situation. It also contains the knowledge and skills required to work safely around a vehicle that may have had damage to its high energy/electrical system.

Qualification Obtained

Non regulated provision, Level 2, Engineering

Career Options and Progression

Modules and Assessment

Teaching and Learning Methods

This is a 2 day workshop session course

Work Placement and Field Trips

Other Costs and Equipment Needed

Expert Tutors

All staff involved in the delivery of business to business courses within the College are approved to teach the subjects and modules they deliver. Our teaching staff are appropriately qualified, with relevant technical and industrial experience and professional practice.

Regulation and Accreditation

Terms and Conditions

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