Fundamentals of High Voltage Systems in Electric Vehicles
Electric vehicles are becoming more widespread, so more and more people are coming into contact with them. Since electric drives work with high voltage, there are some dangers to be aware of when handling electric vehicles.
In this training, you will learn what to look out for when handling electric vehicles, which dangers arise from electricity and how you can best protect yourself against it.
These topics await you:
- What do I have to observe when dealing with electric vehicles?
- What components do electric vehicles consist of?
- What are the dangers of electric current?
- What are the hazard limits and protective measures?
- What should I do in the event of an electrical accident?
This e-learning course is aimed specifically at employees of service workshops, automobile manufacturers, suppliers and research institutes who are to work on or with electric vehicles in the future or who could come into contact with them.
- Layout of a high-voltage system
- Dangers of electric current
- Accident prevention measures
- First aid measures for accidents in the electrotechnology field
- Technical safeguards
- Knowledge tests
Almost all auto repair shops will have to handle hybrid or electric vehicles sooner or later. Those working with such vehicles with high voltage (HV) systems must be aware of their potential dangers and possible protective measures. This applies to all employees, not just mechanics in the repair shop, but also the cleaning staff and office workers who might come into contact with the vehicles.
With our practical, digital learning course, participants will be aware of the dangers associated with HV systems and how to provide first aid in an emergency. The course includes several comprehension tests that culminate in a certificate that serves as proper documentation of the participant’s ability to carefully handle risks concerning the dangers of motor vehicles with HV Systems.
Supported browsers include:
- Internet Explorer
Additional requirements include:
- A high speed internet connection will provide best results.
- An email address is required to register for courses.
- Microsoft Media Player or equivalent is needed to play audio and video files.
- Flash Player is used for content and interactive learning. If necessary download and install Flash Player to ensure proper operation of course content.
What is included with the course?
Each course will include access to e-learning content, quizzes, and proof of completion. Additional resources may also be included and this will vary by course.
Can I pause the course and log in to it anytime?
Certainly. The course allows the learner to take a break and return to it within the defined access period (typically 365 days).
Are there any quizzes in the middle of the course?
Our e-learning courses are designed to promote interaction between learner and content and often include quizzes. Quizzes are designed to help understand where successful learning has been achieved, and where opportunities for additional review exist.
Can I get a refund if I cancel my enrollment?
Refunds cannot be provided once a course is activated. Please be sure to review course information prior to activation.
What happens if I don’t finish the course within the access period?
The standard access period is 365 days to allow sufficient time to complete your course.
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