Qualified Electrician for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles

For Automotive Manufacturers and Suppliers - Level 2

For Automotive Manufacturers and Suppliers - Level 2

Course Description

This online, instructor-led course qualifies students to work with high voltage (HV) systems in motor vehicles. This course is the second level of TÜV SÜD Academy’s three-tiered learning path on HV safety in automotive systems.

Electromobility is on the rise. Expand your professional knowledge by completing this course to become an electrician suitable for working on vehicles with HV systems (electric and hybrid cars). In addition, you will be capable of assessing the work delegated to you, reliably recognizing possible dangers, and putting into practice all necessary protective measures when working with HV vehicles.

TÜV SÜD Academy’s HV Safety Learning Pathway begins with Safe Handling of High Voltage Systems in Motor Vehicles (level 1), continues to Training as Qualified Electrician for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles (level 2), and finishes with Live Working for Qualified Electricians for HV Systems in Motor Vehicles (level 3). These three courses are designed to help keep every member of your organization safe, regardless of physical involvement with new technology.

The level 1 course is a self-paced overview course. The level 2 course exposes students to the fundamentals of electrical engineering and as well as an overview of HV systems in vehicles. Students who successfully complete level 2 become qualified to take the level 3 course to work with operational high voltage systems. Students who do not pass level 2 are not permitted to attend the level 3 course.

Course Benefits

  • You will extend earn a credential as an electrician for HV systems in vehicles.
  • You will acquire knowledge that will expand your understanding of the field of electric mobility.
  • You will be able to reliably handle the demands of working with high voltages vehicles.

Who Will Benefit from this course:

  • Persons without an electrical engineering education, but with a qualification as vehicle electrician or mechanic, whose area of work is going to include HV systems in powered vehicles.
  • Mechanics who work with automobiles but do not have an electrical engineering education
  • Mechanics who anticipate that their area of work will include HV systems
  • Mechanics who would like to gain foundational knowledge in electrical engineering

Course Agenda

  • Organization 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


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