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Hybrid Electric Vehicle Operation and Maintenance

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This course is designed for candidates who need to know more of the safety precautions to be taken when working on or near a high voltage hybrid.

Therefore, this applies to both automotive technicians and emergency services staff.

Candidates must already be employed in the motor vehicle industry.

Course details

Course provider: Bradford College

Industry: Engineering and Motor Vehicle 

Level: 2

Duration: Starting Monday 21st February for two full days (9am-4pm)

Venue: Bowling Back Lane Motor vehicle Centre

 

Course overview

Delivery will take the form of both practical and classroom based learning. A course tutor will be present at all times to guide candidates as they progress with the course.

An initial assessment of each candidate will be carried out to identify if the candidate has any specific training needs, if they need any guidance and if they have already completed a unit/credit which is applicable to the qualification. The college will provide an induction for all candidates so they fully understand the requirements of the qualification. The responsibilities of the candidate and College will also be highlighted and may form as part of a learning contract. The course will be broken down into 3 learning outcomes which is broken down further into specific assessment criteria:

Learning outcome 1 – Know hybrid system components and operation.

Learning outcome 2 – Know how to work safely on hybrid and related vehicle systems.

Learning outcome 3 – Know how to carry out maintenance and repair activities when working on Hybrid Vehicles.

Candidates may progress into employment or to the following City & Guilds qualifications Level 3 Award in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Repair and Replacement or ILM Leadership qualifications