Electric Vehicle Safe Service and Maintenance
Get the knowledge and skills needed to service battery electric, plug-in and hybrid electric vehicles.
This course is part of a training initiative to provide workers with new skills needed to support a clean economy. It is fully funded by Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery (C2R2) (PDF 207KB).
Please stay tuned for more offerings of this course coming Winter 2024.
Learn and practice working on a variety of electric vehicles. You train in industry-leading safety practices and service powertrain and temperature control systems, as well as high voltage battery charging systems. Additionally, various categories of high voltage vehicles, transmission types and connection procedures will be discussed.
You learn how to:
- Demonstrate high voltage safety procedures when providing maintenance on electric vehicles
- Identify connection procedures for different categories of high voltage vehicles
- Service high voltage powertrain systems to manufacturer and industry standard
- Service high voltage battery charging systems to manufacturer and industry standard
- Compare high voltage vehicle transmission types
- Service high voltage vehicle temperature management systems to manufacturer and industry standard
- Explain maintenance procedures for battery and hybrid electric high voltage vehicles
Our student supports and services will help you get the most out of your experiences while learning with us. We have support staff to guide you.
In addition to the program being fully funded, there are student support funds available to support your success, including urgent aid, disability support funds, and funding for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Applicants must hold a Certificate of Qualification as an Automotive Service Technician.
- Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents ages 18+.