Do you know enough about EVs and Hybrids?

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New Technology

All car manufacturers are embracing this technology, either as hybrid, plug-in hybrid, hydrogen fuel-cell, or full electric vehicles.

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High Voltages

These vehicles contain up to 650V AC

Health & Safety

If you intend to work on these vehicles, then the law says you need to understand how to work safely.

Our training courses are designed to help you to:

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Learn about the different types of drivetrains

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Gain knowledge and confidence

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Learn about what each component does

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Understand how to work on and around the high voltage systems

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Learn how to work safely

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Gain transferable skills to enable you to work on any Electrically-Propelled Vehicle

Electric Vehicle Awareness

IMI Awards Level 1
£200/Person
  • Basic Course
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  • Intermediate Course
  • Advanced Course
  • 1 Day Course
  • 2 Day Course
  • Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology
  • Identifying Hybrid/Electric Vehicles
  • Drivetrain Options
  • Currently Available Models
  • High Voltage Components
  • Component Locations
  • Charging Methods
  • Battery Types/Construction
  • State of Charge
  • Battery Management Systems
  • Power Control
  • Toyota HSD in-depth
  • Nissan Leaf in-depth
  • BMW i3 REX in-depth
  • Health & Safety Considerations
  • High Voltage Dangers
  • Risk Assessment of Damaged Vehicles
  • Shutdown Procedures
  • Hybrid Servicing
  • Theory Test
  • Practical Assessment – Connecting Alternative Power Source
  • Practical Assessment – Shutdown of High Voltage system
  • Practical Assessment – Removal of High Voltage Component

Electrically Propelled Vehicle Hazard Management

IMI Awards Level 2
£270/Person
  • Basic Course
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  • Intermediate Course
  • Advanced Course
  • 1 Day Course
  • 2 Day Course
  • Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology
  • Identifying Hybrid/Electric Vehicles
  • Drivetrain Options
  • Currently Available Models
  • High Voltage Components
  • Component Locations
  • Charging Methods
  • Battery Types/Construction
  • State of Charge
  • Battery Management Systems
  • Power Control
  • Toyota HSD in-depth
  • Nissan Leaf in-depth
  • BMW i3 REX in-depth
  • Health & Safety Considerations
  • High Voltage Dangers
  • Risk Assessment of Damaged Vehicles
  • Shutdown Procedures
  • Hybrid Servicing
  • Theory Test
  • Practical Assessment – Connecting Alternative Power Source
  • Practical Assessment – Shutdown of High Voltage system
  • Practical Assessment – Removal of High Voltage Component

Diagnosis, Testing and Repair of Electric/Hybrid Vehicles and Components

IMI Awards Level 4
£POA/Person
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  • This qualification contains the knowledge of the dangers surrounding repairs carried out to live high voltage vehicle electrical components and systems.
  • The purpose and aim of this qualification is to provide technicians working on electric/ hybrid vehicles with the required level of skills and knowledge to carry out repairs on live high voltage vehicle electrical components and systems safely.
  • This qualification has been developed by IMI Awards in conjunction with electric vehicle manufacturers, the health and safety executive, training providers and the IMI Sector Skills Council.
  • It is the first qualification to address live electric vehicle (high voltage) technology.
  • The qualification is essential to ensure the health and safety of individuals working with live high voltage vehicle electrical components and systems.
  • Assessment: Practical, Oral and Written