Electrical Vehicle (EV) infrastructure Training Program

In this training, significant focus is placed on the development of practical skills, awareness of safety protocols, and adherence to industry standards. Guest lectures delivered by industry professionals and field trips to EV charging installations offer invaluable real-world insights and networking opportunities for students. Furthermore, assessments and evaluations are carried out to ascertain that students attain proficiency in the requisite knowledge and skills essential for entry-level roles as EV charger technicians.

Program Duration: 2 weeks (60 hours)

Comprehensive Curriculum:

  • Theory and Principles: Delve into the fundamental principles of electric vehicle technology, including charging protocols, battery management systems, and electrical circuitry.
  • Charger Installation and Maintenance: Learn the intricacies of installing, configuring, and maintaining EV charging stations, covering both residential and commercial setups.
  • Troubleshooting Techniques: Develop proficiency in diagnosing and resolving common issues encountered in EV charging infrastructure, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.
  • Safety Protocols: Prioritize safety at every step, with dedicated modules on electrical safety, hazard identification, and emergency procedures to foster a secure working environment.

Balanced Approach:

  • Theoretical Instruction: Lay a strong foundation with comprehensive theoretical lessons, providing a deep understanding of EV technology and industry standards.
  • Hands-On Training: Apply theoretical concepts in practical settings through hands-on labs, simulations, and real-world projects, fostering skill development and confidence.
  • Industry Insights: Benefit from guest lectures by industry professionals, gaining valuable insights into current trends, best practices, and career pathways within the EV sector.
  • Assessments and Feedback: Regular assessments and evaluations allow participants to track their progress and receive constructive feedback, ensuring continuous improvement and readiness for entry-level positions.

Note: This program does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills. 

Week 1: Introduction to Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure

Day 1: Introduction to Electric Vehicles (EVs)

  • Overview of electric vehicles: history, types, and market trends
  • Basic principles of electric vehicle operation and components

Day 2: EV Charging Infrastructure

  • Overview of EV charging infrastructure: types of chargers, charging levels, and connector types
  • Role of charging networks and charging station operators

Day 3: EV Charging Standards and Regulations

  • Introduction to charging standards: CHAdeMO, CCS, Type 2, and Tesla Supercharger
  • Understanding regulations and codes related to EV charging installations.

Day4-5: Site Assessment and Installation Planning

  • Site assessment considerations for EV charging installations: location, electrical capacity, and accessibility.
  • Planning and design of EV charging stations: layout, equipment selection, and electrical requirements.
Week 2: Installation and Maintenance of EV Charging Equipment

Day1: EV Charger Installation

  • Installation procedures for EV charging equipment: mounting, wiring, and connection to the electrical system.
  • Compliance with safety protocols and regulations during installation

Day2: Troubleshooting and Maintenance

  • Common issues and troubleshooting techniques for EV charging equipment.
  • Routine maintenance tasks: inspection, cleaning, and software updates

Day 3: EV Charger Commissioning and Testing

  • Commissioning procedures for newly installed EV charging stations.
  • Testing and verification of system functionality, including charging speed and communication protocols.

Day 4: Safety and Compliance

  • Safety considerations for working with high-voltage electrical systems.
  • Compliance with electrical codes, standards, and regulations relevant to EV charger installations

Day 5: Practical Training and Hands-On Experience

  • Hands-on practice sessions allowing students to install, troubleshoot, and maintain EV charging equipment.
  • Simulation exercises and case studies to reinforce learning and problem-solving skills.




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604-603-ACE1(2231) or info@acecollegecanada.com

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