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Trainer the Trainer Automotive Electrification – Day 5 & 6 (Two day event)
March 30 @ 9:00 am - March 31 @ 5:00 pm BST
About this event
This is ‘Day 5 & 6’ of a series of ‘Train the Trainer’ courses in automotive electrification which will enable those attending to equip themselves with the skills and understanding to deliver the following units directly to their own learners:
Electric Vehicle High Voltage Electrical Distribution Systems – Level 4/5
Design Diagnostics for Electric Vehicles – Level 4/5
Leading Prototype Builds in Electric Vehicle Manufacture – Level 6/7
Leading Quality Control in Electric Vehicle Manufacture – Level 6/7
The Train the Trainer courses include an element of pre-reading which will you’ll be given access to ahead of the event.
Please note places at this event are limited and priority will be given to those that have already attended days 1 to 4.
Learning outcomes of the four units covered by this Train the Trainer event can be found below:
Electric Vehicle High Voltage Electrical Distribution Systems:
• Understand safety, isolation, connection and grounding requirements for high voltage electrical distribution system.
• Understand the specific safety issues relating to EDS and connectors, particularly management of high voltages involved.
• Analyse the impact of relevant statutory regulations and organisational safety. requirements on the industrial workplace directly involving High Voltages.
• Determine and implements specific safety measures relating to EDS and connectors.
• Investigate the constructional features and applications of electrical distribution systems
Design Diagnostics for Electric Vehicles are:
• Know how to use diagnostics to troubleshoot and fix electric vehicle system or component faults in a customer or factory context
• Use diagnostics to troubleshoot and fix electric vehicle system or component faults in a customer or factory context
• Know how to support the creation of diagnostic structures to support customer and factory diagnostic functions
• Determine electric vehicle diagnostic structures to support customer and factory diagnostic functions
• Evaluate and specify the appropriate fault diagnostic tools for electric vehicles
• Determine suitable test procedures from electric vehicle and diagnostic tool specifications
• Know how to structure test documentation using output from test plan and knowledge/experience of electric vehicle systems and components
• Analyse proactively the test plan for failures or inadequacies in electric vehicle systems and components, and produce final documentation
Leading Prototype Builds in Electric Vehicle Manufacture:
• Understand how to develop the prototypes for an engineering project
• Know how to critically analyse and interpret the safety and design elements of engineering systems when building electric vehicle prototypes
• Know how to evaluate prototyping outcomes against the planned objectives and produce recommendations for performance improvement and alternative approaches
• Use appropriate software to design the prototype layout
• Lead the prototype build to the required design specifications and within safety requirements
• Create programmes, including the test plan, for prototype electric machines to ensure compliance with product / regulatory specifications
• Test and critically evaluate the prototype against the design specifications
Leading Quality Control in Electric Vehicle Manufacture:
• Know how to analyse and evaluate quality management programmes for electric vehicle production
• Interpret and analyse process improvement methods for the production of electric vehicles
• Understand how to evaluate the need for improvements in the process of electric vehicle manufacture
• Plan improvements in process for the manufacture of electric vehicles using simulation software
• Determine and justify costs and other criteria for improvements identified in the manufacturing processes for electric vehicles
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Lunch will be provided on each day, along with tea/coffee on arrival throughout the day. If you have any dietary requirements, please ensure you detail these as part of the registration process’
Overnight accommodation will not be provided for this event.
Please note that these courses have been developed and are made available during the term of the Emerging Skills Project, under a Department for Education funded programme for companies and individuals resident in England . If you are interested in the courses but are not resident and therefore ineligible to join one of the no-cost pilot events, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss alternatives.