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    Award in the Diagnosis, Testing and Repair of Electric/Hybrid Vehicles and Components

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      Level

      4

      Duration

      3 days

      Study method

      Classroom and workshop based. Students will have a practical assessment to complete. There is a writted content which will need to be completed after the end of the course and submitted at a later date, prior to achievement.

      Provider

      NWSLC

      Entry requirements

      Candidates coming onto this programme must have maintenance and repair experience, or be currently working in the sector and in a position of coming into contact with Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. It is beneficial for delegates to have previously achieved the Level 3 IMI Electric and Hybrid repair and replace qualification

      Course overview

      This programme has been developed in close liaison with industry specialists, electric vehicle manufacturers, training providers, the health and safety executive and the IMI Sector Skills Council. This qualification allows you to work on live electric/hybrid vehicle high voltage vehicle systems and components. The qualification is essential to ensure the health and safety of individuals working on electric/hybrid vehicles. On completion of this qualification technicians will be able to practically demonstrate that they have the skills required for repairing high voltage vehicle systems and components. This qualification is designed for technicians who maintain and repair electric/hybrid high voltage vehicle systems and components. It contains the knowledge and skills required to work on live high voltage vehicle electrical components and associated systems. On completion, technicians will be able to practically demonstrate that they have the skills required to repair high voltage vehicle electrical components and systems

      Additional information

      The course will support you in learning to understand electrical principles relating to low and high voltage vehicle systems, to know the hazards and first aid associated with working on live high voltage vehicle systems, to know how to reduce the risks to yourself and others when working on live high voltage vehcile systems, to understand high voltage (HV) vehicle systems and components and be able to carryout repairs on live high voltage vehicle systems safely.

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