Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicle Training (March)
Anyone working in the motor vehicle service and repair industry should attend training on the safe deactivation and testing of high voltage vehicle batteries. Workshop supervisors and senior technicians also require a complete awareness of the hazards and risks that are present whilst working on these vehicles and the safety measures that must be employed to reduce the risk of serious injury to anyone who may come into contact with them in the workplace.
Are you aware of Australian Standard AS 5732_2015 - Electric Vehicle Operations - Maintenance and Repair? Does your workshop have a designated person for Hybrid or Battery Electric Vehicle work? Are they qualified? What are their responsibilities under the standards? If you currently work on or want to work on hybrid or battery electric vehicles and the answer to any of these questions is 'No' or 'I don't know' then you need to attend this course.
This nationally accredited training course combines hybrid and electric vehicle theory with practical safety training and hazard awareness. Attendees will become familiar with the components and systems utilized in these vehicles, how to make them safe prior to carrying out work and what is required to successfully reinstate them prior to return to the customer.
The following is covered in the course:
Hybrid and electric vehicle system components, construction and operation
Safe working practices
Maintenance, service and repair procedures
Specialist information and calibration procedures
Assessment of knowledge and skills
Upon successful completion of the course you will receive a Statement of Attainment for:
AURETH001 - Depower and Reinitialise Battery Electric Vehicles
AURETH011 - Depower and Reinitialise Hybrid Electric Vehicles
These units are a prerequisite for any further study undertaken in regard to Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicles.