The automotive industry is going electric. Don’t fall behind in automotive technology training. Prepare for the high-voltage vehicles of yesterday, today and the future with our three-phase training program. Learn about the laws, regulations, standards and equipment designed to protect you from potentially hazardous high-voltage components on hybrid and electric vehicles.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard 1910.132 requires that employers provide training to each employee who is required to use personal protective equipment (PPE). This class can help meet that requirement in the automotive field.
Online Class Details
Online (available 24 hours a day)
Duration: Approximately seven hours of course content. The class will be available for six months after registration.
Instructor: Professor John D. Kelly of the WeberAuto YouTube channel.
What Will I Learn?
- Workplace safety laws, regulations and standards
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) types, use and care
- Hybrid and electric vehicle types and basic operation
- How to identify high-voltage systems and components
- How to disable the high-voltage system of a hybrid or
- Basic vehicle repair precautions
- Emergency rescue personnel information
Course Fees and Materials
Your $375 course fee will include online training access and
reference materials to help you work safely on high-voltage vehicle systems.
*Upfront payment by either check or credit card will need to be made at the time of registration before individual(s) will be registered for the class requested.
At the end of this course, you will be ready to take the ASE xEV Level-1 Electrical Safety Awareness Certification.
Start down the path to earning your ASE L3 Light Duty Electric/Hybrid
Vehicle Certification through our sequence of courses.
Register for the three-day Online Hybrid and Electric
Vehicle Systems course.
Join us on campus for a full week of hands-on
training at the Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Boot Camp.
Electric Vehicle Training is brought to you by WSU's Department of Automotive Technology.