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Electric/Hybrid Vehicle System Repair and Replacement IMI Level 3

Programme Description

The content of this qualification has been designed to give individuals the knowledge and skills required to work safely on Electric/Hybrid vehicles whilst carrying out diagnostic, testing and repair activities. This may include vehicles that may have or had damage to their high energy/electrical system.

This course is suitable for anyone who are involved in the diagnosis and repair of Electric/Hybrid vehicles. This could include service and repair technicians, diagnostic technicians and auto electricians.

This training is delivered by our highly trained and experienced Automotive teams at our Pibwrlwyd campus and at the IQ Building in UWTSD, SA1 Swansea.

At a Glance

  Part Time

  2 days, £500 per person

  Pibwrwlyd Auto Centre / UWTSD IQ Building SA1

PLA funding may be available for eligible individuals and employers

Topics Covered

  • Identify the components that make up the hybrid system
  • Describe the construction and function of battery modules
  • Describe the construction and function of hybrid motors
  • Describe the construction and function of associated hybrid components
  • State safety precautions to be taken before carrying out routine maintenance
  • State safety precautions to be taken before carrying out any repair procedures on hybrid vehicles
  • Identify high voltage cabling and associated components
  • Describe the precautions required when working with hybrid components
  • Identify the possibility of the hybrid system affecting repairs on other vehicle systems
  • Describe the procedures required to make safe the hybrid system before carrying out repair activities
  • Describe the precautions taken prior to removing and replacing high voltage components
  • Describe appropriate methods to re-instate vehicles after repairs affecting hybrid systems
  • Identify additional tools and equipment required to carry out work on hybrid vehicles
  • Describe how to connect an additional 12-volt power source to a hybrid vehicle

Entry Requirements

  • Level 3 Motor Vehicle and Level 2 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Repair and Replacement Qualified

Progression

  • IMI Level 4 Award in the Diagnosis, Testing and Repair of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles and Components

PLA funding may be available for eligible individuals and employers

Course Dates

Pibwrwlyd Automotive Centre, Carmarthen
DateTime
Monday 16th February / Tuesday 17th February 2022

8.30am – 5pm

Monday 13th April / Tuesday 14th April 2022

8.30am – 5pm

Monday 20th April / Tuesday 21st April 2022

8.30am – 5pm

Monday 26th May / Tuesday 27th May 2022

8.30am – 5pm

Monday 1st June / Tuesday 2nd June 2022

8.30am – 5pm

Monday 29th June / Tuesday 30th June 2022

8.30am – 5pm

UWTSD IQ Building, SA1 Swansea
DateTime
Friday 25th February / Friday 4th March 2022

9am – 5pm

Friday 11th March / Friday 18th March 2022

9am – 5pm

Friday 1st April and Friday 8th April 2022

9am – 5pm

Friday 29th April and Friday 6th May 2022

9am – 5pm

Friday 27th May and Friday 3rd June 2022

9am – 5pm

Friday 24th June and Friday 1st July 2022

9am – 5pm

Course Costs


£500 per person