Electric Vehicle Training - AURETH101 Depower and reinitialise battery electric vehicles

$850.00


A course for Auto Electricians and Mechanics who want to depower and repower Hybrid and Electrical Vehicles.

Course description
Skillbuild not only deliver courses in EV charging and maintenance and servicing, we have a workshop doing this work and our Electricians install EV charging.

This unit is delivered by a Trainer who is an Electrician and a Heavy Diesel Mechanic. The course covers safely depowering Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, doing servicing and then repowering the battery system. This Unit allows participants to access the manufacturers manuals through AASRA. You will work on an electric vehicle during the course.

Duration – one day.

Cost - $850 no GST which includes a pair of 1000 volt rated insulated gloves.

Interested in us coming to you? If you have a workshop, EV and enough people we can deliver this course anywhere in Australia. Ring 1800059170 for a quote or to discuss.

LocationAddressDates
Sydney, NSW23 Hale St, Botany 203626th February 2023 | 7.30 am – 4.00 pm

Upon successful completion you will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.

The course delivers the following nationally accredited Unit of Competencies from the Automotive and Electrotechnology Training Packages;

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AURETH001Depower and reinitialise battery electric vehicles

• Safety working with low voltage DC – procedures, risk assessments and WH&S
• Batteries in HandEVs – chemistries, wiring and isolation and re-energising
• PPE requirements
• Basic electrical theory and testing procedures
• Low voltage rescue and CPR

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