This two-day course focuses on the basic concepts of battery electric vehicles.
The number of electric and hybrid vehicles is growing every year. Mandates such as the federal Energy Policy Act and the California Federal Pilot Program require most large fleets to include alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) in ever-growing numbers. All of this means that the demand for AFV technicians is increasing dramatically. The AFV technician needs to know everything that is currently applicable to battery-electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, along with new technology to deal with the batteries, electric motors, controllers, and auxiliary equipment.