E-mobility Training Courses

E-mobility Training Courses

Learn how to handle electric drives safely

Learn how to handle electric drives safely


  • Get globally recognised Training Certificate on e-mobility topic from TÜV SÜD 
  • Learn how to safely work on electric and hybrid vehicles with high voltage
  • Receive funding support for Level 2: Training as Qualified Electrician for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles (T&C applies)
  • Gain knowledge on HV systems in Motor vehicles through a variety of training tools such as digital learning, tests, lectures, case studies, group exercises, discussions, and other interactive exercises
  • Depending on requirements and prior knowledge, you can select the relevant module(s) to enroll in


Electric vehicle drives are gaining ground in both hybrid and pure electric vehicles. Voltage peaks of up to 1,000 volts can occur in these drives. Therefore, it is crucial that technicians working in workshops or for automotive manufacturers know how to handle high-voltage systems safely.

This e-mobility training program consists of 3 modules which you can register for as a bundle or separately. 

The content is divided into three levels that cover non-electrical work, electrical work (disconnected) and live working:

  • Level 1: Sensitisation for Safe Work on Motor Vehicles with HV Systems (E-learning)

    With our practical, web-based self-learning program employees will be aware of the dangers associated with HV systems in motor vehicles such as EVs and hybrid vehicles, and how to provide first aid in an emergency.

    Topics to be covered in this course include:

    • Layout of a high voltage system
    • Dangers of electric current
    • Accident prevention measures
    • First aid measures for accidents in the electro-technology field
    • Technical safeguards

    Duration: 45 minutes e-learning
    Relevant for: Users of EV / Hybrid vehicles, and all employees without electrotechnology training who might come into contact with automobiles with high voltage systems.

  • Level 2: Training as Qualified Electrician for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles (Funding support available)

    Based on your professional knowledge as a vehicle electrician, mechatronician or mechanic, you can complete the course to become an electrician to work on vehicles with HV systems. You are then qualified to work independently and safely on vehicles with HV systems (e.g. electric cars, hybrid vehicles). In addition, you will be able to assess the work delegated to you, to reliably recognise possible dangers, and to put into practice all necessary protective measures. 

    Topics to be covered in this course include:

    • Organisation of safety and health for electrical
    • Engineering work
    • Protective measures
    • Technical and managerial responsibility
    • Employee qualifications in the field of electrical engineering
    • Use of HV systems in vehicles: Introduction, concepts, measurements, component replacement, etc.
    • Examination – Best practices

    Duration: 4 Days Live Virtual Training
    Relevant for: Persons without an electrical engineering education, but with a qualification as vehicle electrician, mechatronician or mechanic, whose area of work is going to include HV systems in powered vehicles
    Funding: Funding support available under e2i programme*
    (Terms & conditions apply. Enquire to find out more.)

  • Level 3: Live Working for Qualified Electricans for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles

    You have completed the training for qualified electricians for HV systems in vehicles and will now log vehicle measurement data during motor operation in the scope of the research and development process. Because live working is only permitted in exceptional circumstances, we will train you for this specific function.

    Topics to be covered in this course include:

    • Accident statistics
    • Terms in live working
    • Problems in vehicle technology
    • Standards and regulations for live working
    • Operational organisation
    • Personal protective equipment and tools
    • Behavior following an accident
    • Preparation for practical training
    • Practical training
    • Theoretical examination

    Duration: 1 Day Live Virtual Training
    Relevant for: Automobile electricians, Mechatronics engineers, Mechanics who have completed training as qualified electricians for HV systems in motor vehicles or who have completed vocational training as electrician, master electrician, electrical engineer in low-voltage technology.



This course is specially designed for:

  • Automobile electricians or
  • Mechatronics engineers or
  • Mechanics who have completed training as qualified electricians for HV systems in motor vehicles or who have completed vocational training as electrician, master electrician, electrical engineer in low-voltage technology.



At the end of each course, participant will have to take an examination and will receive a certificate of completion upon passing the examination.


Why choose TÜV SÜD?

  • 10+ years of global experience and network of labs
    Benefit from our global expertise, local experience and reach through our network of labs for automotive, battery, EMC & wireless and environment testing across North America, Germany and Asia.
  • Comprehensive assessment for charging infrastructure
    Our global experts provide a full range of services for electric vehicle charging infrastructure and systems, from site assessment and selection to the initial testing and certification of charging units, as well as on-site commissioning inspection after installation. We leverage extensive expertise in automotive, infrastructure, battery and alternative energy concepts to help top industry players develop and test e-Mobility technologies.
  • Battery Testing
    With a network of 9 battery testing labs spread across North America, Germany and Asia, including Thailand, we assist you to meet EV battery testing requirements by fulfilling legal, industry and manufacturer requirements, offered at all levels - electrical, chemical, corrosive, mechanical and abusive domains.
  • 360° approach

    Assure safety, marketability and compliance throughout the entire value chain, right from electric vehicle components and systems to batteries and charging infrastructure. 

  • Global Market Access
    Partner with us to meet your local and global testing & certification requirements applicable in target markets, facilitated by globally accredited laboratories (DIN EN ISO / IEC 17025). Also gain confidence with us, as we support your requirements for approval tests under ECE-R100.02 and other international standards of all vehicle categories, systems and components.

  • Some key milestones with stakeholders
    - Through a recently signed MoU with ComfortDelGro Engineering we have jointly developed a training programme that aims to upskill automotive technicians on the safe handling of high voltage systems in electric and hybrid vehicles. This partnership aims to set industry standards and enable more skilled technicians to be readily available as Singapore works towards a more sustainable future.

    - Our strategic partnership with Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) has further enhanced our expertise in battery testing & certification, functional safety and other areas to provide services that will mitigate potential risks and help achieve steady & safe development of the global new energy industry.

    - Our commitment to sustainability has been further cemented through a pilot project at Microvast GmbH, where we have developed a climate-friendly and sustainable approach, covering the entire product cycle of battery production. Using SDGs as a benchmark, our teams have identified specific indicators and opportunities for improvement of sustainability through regular tracking and monitoring.

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