Less than 5% of UK vehicle technicians are qualified to work on the high voltage systems used in hybrid and electric vehicles. More EVs were sold in 2021 than the previous five years combined. Sales of EVs in 2022 are forecast to triple compared to 2021. With so many more EVs now needing routine maintenance, repairs and MOTs, how do we make sure the technicians looking after these vehicles is suitably qualified?
Here at T10 you can find a range of courses certified by the Institute of the Motor Industry, suitable for all of your staff.
People who don't get "under the bonnet" still need to have knowledge and understanding of how to stay safe near Electric Vehicles. This course helps you know how and why.
Today’s vehicles depend on electrical power to run complex systems, components and operating systems. Get to grips with the essential knowledge of these electrical systems work, with knowledge supporting quick and efficient diagnosis when things go wrong. 1 Day
Level 1 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Awareness. A "must-do" course suitable for all vehicle technicians working with these types of vehicles. 1 Day
This course provides delegates with the opportunity to learn the skills required to work on these types of vehicles, demonstrate their capabilities and have their skills and knowledge assessed. 2 Days
This course takes the learner to a higher step where the skills required to work on these types of vehicles can be demonstrated the learner can support their teams and other technicians with the understanding, skills and knowledge to work with these types of vehicles. Includes assessment. 3 Days
The responsible and influential nature of this position means keeping up with ever changing practices and technology is more vital than ever before. This course integrates technical knowledge with safe business processes to ensure your teams work effectively, efficiently and safely.
This course will equip people in this job role with the knowledge and skills to inspect and record defects needed to decide on repair schedules whilst keeping safe from the potential consequences of inspecting vehicles using high voltage systems.