CRASH Services and Southern Regional College Embark On Fully Funded Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Training for Local Car Technicians
CRASH Services, in partnership with Southern Regional College (SRC), is proud to deliver the Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities. This comprehensive two-day training course is specifically designed to give technicians the skills to maintain and repair electric/hybrid vehicles. The qualification is industry-recognised and fully funded by the Department for the Economy Skills Focus Programme, making it accessible to businesses with under 250 employees or social enterprises.
As the demand for electric and hybrid vehicles continues to grow, it is essential for technicians to possess the skills and knowledge to work safely around high and low voltage electrical systems and electric drive train systems.
The training sessions for the Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities commenced at SRC’s Portadown Campus in April and will run to mid-June. With almost 100 attendees, this overwhelming response demonstrates the strong interest and demand for electric/hybrid vehicle training among automotive professionals.
The course, delivered by SRC’s experienced instructor Thomas Hobson consists of a theory day that covers the operation and safety requirements of electric and hybrid vehicle systems and an online exam. Following the theory day, students will participate in a practical day where they will complete a practical assessment, including powering down and powering up the high-voltage systems.
Upon successful completion of the course, technicians will receive an industry-recognised qualification and certificate. This qualification also serves as a stepping stone for further advancement to the Level 3 course, which includes more advanced diagnostics and repair knowledge.
“We are thrilled to offer this cutting-edge training program to mechanics who want to expand their skills and expertise in electric and hybrid vehicle maintenance,” commented Paul Cooney, Fleet & Repair Director at CRASH Services. “With the support of the Department for the Economy Skills Focus Programme and the Southern Regional College, we are able to promote the fully funded training to eligible businesses, helping them meet their workforce development needs and stay ahead in the evolving automotive industry.
CRASH Services is committed to supporting high-quality, relevant, and industry-recognised training to meet the needs of today’s automotive professionals, which will empower these individuals to provide superior and efficient services to our valued customers who rely on their service post-accident.”
For businesses with a training need or those interested in finding out more about the Level 2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . Visit www.crashservices.com for more information.