Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Routine Maintenance Activities

Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Routine Maintenance Activities

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This course is specifically designed towards a person that maybe required to work on an Electrically propelled/Hybrid vehicle and in particular the safety procedures and requirements of these types of technologies. Suitable for Technicians carrying out routine maintenance and repairs in or around Electrical/Hybrid propulsion systems, this course would enable the delegate to have an understanding of the Construction, function and layout of these types of vehicles along with the methods to ensure the systems are safe to work on the to minimise the risks to self and others.

Subjects Covered

  • Terminology
  • Types of Hybrid/EV layouts
  • Safety procedures
  • Operational conditions
  • Auto-Stop Systems
  • Construction and function of Hybrid systems
  • Handling Hybrid components and safety procedures
  • Component operation
  • Construction and function of components

Who should attend

  • Technical Trainers
  • Automotive Technicians
  • MET Technicians
  • Senior & Diagnostic Technicians
  • Roadside Assistance Technician


Course Summary

Length of study:
Duration: 2 Days


Term dates

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Study option(s):
Part time

Course level:
Level 2

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