The course is designed to provide the necessary theoretical and practical training to give experienced electricians the tools they need to install electric vehicle charging equipment with confidence.
It is delivered over two days and covers: EV charging equipment installation in line with the IET Code of Practice; installation requirements for domestic, on street, commercial and industrial premises; inspection, testing and maintenance, and more. The charging points covered are used to charge some hybrids as well as pure electric vehicles.
The City and Guilds Level 3 Award in Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (2919-01), now available from NAPIT’s premier south-west renewables training centre in Bristol, will help installers to take advantage of the emerging EV market.
To find out more about NAPIT’s NEW electric vehicle charging equipment installation course, visit: http://www.napittraining.co.uk/courses/level-3-award-in-domestic,-commercial-and-industrial-electric-vehicle-charging-equipment-installation-2919-01-logo.aspx. And to discover the range of financial incentives currently available for the EV market, visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/reducing-greenhouse-gases-and-other-emissions-from-transport/supporting-pages/ultra-low-emission-vehicles.