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  • Description

It’s no secret that the automotive world has been going through a seismic transition. As the industry moves more and more towards hybrid and electric cars, we’ve seen all kinds of exciting developments crop up and become more and more commonplace. 

With the hybrid and EV revolution already well under way, aspiring mechanics would do well to upgrade their skill set so that they can service these vehicles too. Do you want to gain the specialized skills needed to work on EVs and hybrids?

Learn more about our Introductory Course on Hybrid And Electrical Mechanics!

Develop the Skill Set You’ll Need for Both Today and the World of Tomorrow

The introductory course in hybrid and electric technology allows you to gain the skills you need to effectively repair EVs and hybrid cars. 

Courses will cover the following subjects:

Module 1: Introduction and Safety

Module 2: Technical Research and HV Circuit Systems
Module 3: Computer and Network Systems
Module 4: Motorization and Regenerative Systems
Module 5: High Voltage and Charging Systems
Module 6: Heating, Ventilation, and A/C

Discover Who We Are

We at Automotive Training Centres are dedicated to training the next generation in the automotive trades. Founded in British Columbia in 1985, with campuses now all over the country, ATC offers training programs that are constantly being updated to keep up with new developments within the field. Learn from experienced and qualified instructors in our hands-on environment. 

We’ve been working tirelessly over the years to help thousands of students prepare to launch their careers within the automotive industry. Working in collaboration with industry partners, Automotive Training Centres has perfected its training courses in order to provide students with the tools and technical knowledge necessary to start a promising career in the automotive industry.

Kevin Holter

The practicum is very important. It is your chance to see how a shop runs and they should all consider it to be the worlds longest job interview. I was hired at Auto West BMW which was a very good success for me and I owe it all too hard work and ATC.

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