Training available: “Basic Understanding of Battery-Electric and Hybrid-Electric Vehicles Course” October 28-29

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HEVOctober 14, 2008 by NAFTC eNews

Morgantown, W.Va. — Presented by the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), the A Basic Understanding of Battery-Electric and Hybrid-Electric Vehicles course is taught by certified instructors at the NAFTC’s National Training Centers around the country.

 

How You Will Learn

  • – Gain valuable knowledge from classroom instruction
  • – Get “hands on” experience from laboratory activities
  • – Learn practical skills in actual shop environments.

With the growing interest in vehicles powered by electricity, this course 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. Depending on the need, this course can be customized to fit a three-day or two-day training schedule.

More information can be found at:
http://www.naftc.wvu.edu/NAFTC/announcements/1st_responder_training_oct-08_email_non.html

The NAFTC is a program of the NRCCE headquartered at West Virginia University and consists of National Training Centers (NTCs) located nationwide from New York to California.

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