The ONLINE AFV Salvage Training course is being offered at no charge for a limited time.
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Ever since vehicles were first manufactured in the early 1900s, they have been reused and recycled. When an automobile is no longer usable, it generally ends up in the hands of an automotive recycling facility. Automotive recyclers play a valuable role by recovering, rebuilding, and reselling usable parts from worn out or damaged vehicles, as well as recycling materials that cannot be used in their present form.
Today’s new vehicle technologies bring new challenges to the automotive recycling industry. There are more than a dozen types of alternative fuels either in production or under development. Those most commonly used include: biodiesel; ethanol; natural gas; propane; hydrogen; and electricity (electric drive). This 100% self-paced, online course is designed to assist the automotive recycling professional in adding the knowlege needed to safely address the salvage of alternative fuel vehicles to their existing skillset on recycling conventional vehicles.
This course consists of 8 chapters:
- Chapter 0 – Course Introduction
- Chapter 1 – Introduction to Automotive Recycling
- Chapter 2 – Introduction to Alternative Fuel Vehicles
- Chapter 3 – Automotive Recycling Best Practices
- Chapter 4 – Alternative Fuel Vehicle Identification
- Chapter 5 – Alternative Fuel Vehicle Dismantling and Recycling
- Chapter 6 – AFV Safety, Personal Protecative Equipment, and First Aid
- Chapter 7 – Course Conclusion
By successfully completing the end of course test, the particiopant will be able to download and print a course certificate.