New video complements existing H/EV tutorials on Delphi Technologies Academy learning platform
Only weeks after launching its new online training platform, Delphi Technologies has further enhanced the electrified vehicle content with the addition of a virtual insight into the workings of a high voltage battery.
Entitled ‘Inside a HV battery’ the short video provides viewers with an easy-to-follow understanding of the principles and components of the high voltage battery.
Visually, it includes a 3D image of a battery that Delphi Technologies created by using a LiDAR scanner to perform a 360-degree scan of a sample high voltage battery at its Warwick-based Training Centre.
The new video is designed to complement existing H/EV tutorials on the Delphi Technologies Academy learning platform – the company’s new online training resource which users can access 24/7 and is designed to help overcome the financial and time challenges that independent garages can face when pursuing practical, off-site training.
The HV battery introduction joins electrified vehicle training materials that span instruction on how to lift an EV to what PPE to wear and OE systems to online modules that support the completion of popular IMI courses, such as the Hybrid Level 3 IMI programme that covers everything other than working on a live battery or active system.
Phil Mitchell, Technical Services Manager, Delphi Technologies Aftermarket, said: “We recognised the increasingly urgent need for independent garages to have access to electric vehicle training a long time ago.
“The Delphi Technologies Academy and the introduction of online tutorials, such as the HV battery video, are part of our solution to help address the huge shortage in non-franchised garage personnel having the skills to work on electrified vehicles.
“The virtual content of the Delphi Technologies Academy perfectly complements our practical EV training, allowing us to offer a sought-after ‘blended learning approach’, but also enables users to significantly expand their knowledge of EVs in general.
“With the technology being so fresh, the content is suitable for those who are just starting out on their career right through to those who have spent 30 years in the industry.”
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