July 31, 2008 by National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium
Morgantown, W.Va. — With the growing interest in vehicles powered by electricity, this two-day course offered in August is for experienced automotive technicians, fleet managers, and students provides a basic understanding of the history, technology, and application of battery-electric and hybrid-electric vehicles. The course is presented by The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), headquartered at West Virginia University.
- August 12-13: “A Basic Understanding of Battery-Electric and Hybrid-Electric Vehicles” – (includes Train-The-Trainer component for NAFTC Members)
- August 14-15: “First Responder Safety Training: Hybrid Electric Vehicles Train-The-Trainer Course” – (open to NAFTC members and pre-qualified 1st responder trainers)
Contact Randall Levelle, NAFTC Assistant Director – Programs at (304) 293-7882 or e-mail Randall.Levelle@mail.wvu.edu as soon as possible to express your interest.