Introductory course on hybrid and electrical mechanic

The Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Mechanics Introductory Course teaches you the knowledge that will run you through basic mechanical repairs on a hybrid and electric vehicle

Resquest Information

Resume of the introductory course in hybrid and electric vehicle mechanics

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY (7 hours)

  • Exploring the electric vehicle revolution, future technologies, and today’s reality for the future car mechanic.
  • What to expect in this course
  • Aspects of technological change and what it means going forward
  • Recognizing the importance of the safety risks
  • Adopting a strong permanent responsible approach to disabling and assuring safety when working on hybrid
    electric vehicles.
  • Developing a strong permanent attitude towards the importance of electrical safety application

MODULE 2 TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND HV CIRCUIT SYSTEMS (20 hours)

  • Learn to find and interpret computer based repair information on hybrid electric vehicles
  • Recognition of important components related to the safe operation of repair when working on hybrid
    electricvehicles
  • Proper interpretation of warning documentation
  • Recognition of High Voltage components and circuitry

MODULE 3 COMPUTER AND NETWORK SYSTEMS (25 hours)

  • Understanding hybrid electric vehicle computer systems
  • Learn to read signals and compare with specifications
  • Interpret codes and repair information related to computer systems
  • scope functionality and operation

MODULE 4 MOTORIZATION AND REGENERATIVE SYSTEMS (20 hours)

  • Learn to Diagnose electric motor systems
  • Learn to diagnose regenerative brake systems

MODULE 5 HIGH VOLTAGE AND CHARGING SYSTEMS (15 hours)

  • Learn to measure, interpret findings on high voltage and charging systems
  • Learn to analyze and verify components related to HV systems using specialized equipment.

MODULE 6 HEATING, VENTILATION AND A/C (8 hours)

  • Understanding the operation of thermal management on hybrid electric vehicles
  • Repair of related components and proper operation verifications
  • Understanding the proper methods of disposal and filling recommended by the manufacturer

MODULE 7 CONTROL SYSTEMS AND DIAGNOSTICS (25 hours)

  • Practice calibration procedures and diagnostics related to advanced driver assistance systems
  • Reset procedures and correct software applications
  • Failure code diagnostics and abnormality