Electrification Pathway (Intermediate)Study level: CPD/Short courses
The Electrification Pathway has been designed for organisations and industries in the transport sector and related supply chain that are taking the step to reskill their labour force for the change to Electric Vehicles (EVs).
Coventry University (Coventry)
The course has been specifically designed to provide engineers with a balance of theory and practical knowledge. Classroom learning is reinforced by hands-on lab experience. Learners will be able to use the knowledge and skills from this course in their job role and add value to their employer.
Learners will be introduced to the Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) model-based design and gain a sound understanding of DC and AC circuits. As the course progresses, learners will understand EV technology, embedded systems and the fundamentals of the electric powertrain.
Why you should study this course?
The course is designed to equip engineers with the necessary knowledge and skills to understand the core theory and acquire the necessary skills to work in the EV industry.
The course is 10 days with the following daily structure:
- Session 1: 9.00am until 10.30am
- Session 2: 10.40am until 12.00pm
- Session 3: 1.00pm until 2.30pm
- Quiz: 3.30pm until 4.00pm
Education and/or experience in engineering or science-related subjects as follows: mechanical, chemical, automotive, aerospace, electrical, electronic, computer hardware, computing and industrial (or equivalent).
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2UK and international opportunities
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