Hybrid and electrically driven vehicles: Working with high voltage
Hybrid and electric drive systems are quite simply "a world of their own". Not just when performing diagnosis and maintenance, but also when repairing accident damage or simply cleaning an engine compartment, it is always essential to strictly observe the safety regulations for working on high-voltage systems. Exactly what this means is the topic of the practical Service Training course from Bosch.
Hybrid technology: Safety first
In the training courses, experts give workshop staff step-by-step instruction on the essential aspects of efficient and safe working with high-voltage systems. In addition to the fundamentals of electrical engineering and how hybrid vehicles work, emphasis is placed on the important topics of safety and protective measures.
Complex HV systems
The practical approach to learning - courses available since 2011: In-depth instruction on diagnosis and maintenance procedures for the individual hybrid components HV battery, wiring harness, inverter and electric motor is provided in the form of numerous practical exercises and demonstrations. The interaction of electronic and conventional drive systems is a major topic in the seminar and provides an ideal introduction to day-to-day workshop activities.
Qualification for hybrid vehicles The Service Training course provides personnel with sound, practical extra training which qualifies them to perform all work on hybrid vehicles. This not only ensures the security of the workshop personnel but also helps to guarantee long-term business success.
The course "Qualification for work on HV intrinsically safe vehicles" is intended specifically for motor vehicle mechanical, electrical and mechatronics engineers, body and vehicle mechanics, body repair mechanics and service engineers.
Qualification for servicing HV systems
Extra training for working on HV intrinsically safe vehicles in service workshops. Qualification to isolate HV systems from the supply and work on deenergized HV components.
Benefit from the extensive course content
Fundamentals of electrical engineering, alternative drive systems, HV vehicles, safety, protective measures, first aid, practical work on HV intrinsically safe vehicles.