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Hybrid and Electric Vehicle: Repair or Replace HV Components

Provided by Bosch

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Technicians require the knowledge and skills to be able to safely remove and replace HV components for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles. With Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV’s) increasing in popularity, garage technicians will become increasingly involved in the servicing and repair of HV systems. The technological developments utilised within HEV’s, along with the critical safety measures are very different from traditional vehicles. This course is required for technicians who maintain and repair high voltage technology vehicles, including the hybrid or electric drive system. The course content, compiled by Bosch, provides the knowledge required to diagnose and work safely around a vehicle’s high voltage system whilst carrying out repairs or replacing parts.

Successful learners will achieve an IMIAL Level 3 Award in Electrically Propelled Vehicle Repair and Replacement (Ref: 600/0527/0).

Who is the course for?

Vehicle technicians who hold a vehicle maintenance and repair level 2 qualification or have a minimum of 2 years experience. Additionally the achievement of the IMI Level 2 Award in Routine Maintenance Activities on Electrically Propelled Vehicles (600/0526/9) (VRQ) is mandatory.


What will I get out of it?

You will be able to:

- Understand how to work safely on hybrid and related vehicle systems.

- Carry out high voltage system diagnosis using a range of diagnostic test equipment.

- Understand removal and replacement techniques of typical system components.



CPD Credit Value        70

Course Format            Classroom/workshop

Course Duration          2 days

Venue                          STC Uxbridge / regional centre

Dates listed subject to change.

There are no events available for this course.


For information on dates, venues and booking a place on this course, please register your interest. You can register your interest by clicking the button below and completing the form, or by contacting the Professional Development team:

Tel: +44 (0) 1992 511521
Email: cpd@theimi.org.uk