3.3 Qualification to Work on High-Voltage Systems

 

Prerequisites:

Automobile mechanic, electrician or mechatronics engineer who qualified post-1973

Bodywork and vehicle construction mechanic or mechanic for bodywork servicing technology who qualified post-2002

Individuals with appropriate additional training as an automobile service technician or foreperson

We recommend completion of the training course
2.3/3.1 Electrical Basics in Practice Using ATE/VDO as an Example

Owners and employees of car dealerships, tyre dealerships, ATE BrakeCenters and independent and affiliated repair shops

Duration:
2 days

Fee:
EUR 400.00
per participant

Number of participants:
max. 12


Free of charge for:

 

Target group:Owners and employees of independent and affiliated repair shops with at least one qualification as a mechanic
Training goals:
  • Certification as an expert in working on intrinsically safe high-voltage systems
  • Working independently on hybrid and HV systems in automobiles
  • Recognising the hazard potential of HV technology
  • BGV A3, BGI 8686, VDE 0105-100 and VDE 1000-10 legal regulations
Training details:
  • Managers’ and experts’ responsibilities
  • Electrical hazards and first aid
  • Measures to protect against electric shocks and arc faults
  • Electrical engineering work in accordance with BG/GUV-V A3 and VDE 0105-100
  • HV concepts and vehicle technology
  • Practical implementation in the repair shop
  • Basic electrical engineering knowledge