TAFE NSW introduces flexible training courses on fuel cell electric vehicles

TAFE NSW has unveiled two training courses designed to prepare the workforce for the future of automotive technology: Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) training and Introduction to FCEVs, Systems, and Components.

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As the automotive industry transitions towards sustainable and eco-friendly solutions, the demand for skilled professionals in fuel cell technology is expected to rise. TAFE NSW's flexible and accessible training courses on fuel cell vehicles offer individuals an opportunity to upskill and position themselves for exciting career opportunities in sectors such as heavy vehicles, mobile plant, and construction equipment.

Developed in collaboration with Sydney based industry leader Foton Mobility, these courses aim to address the growing demand for skilled professionals in the emerging field of hydrogen technology and FCEVs.

The Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Training provides comprehensive insights into the Foton FTH12 Hydrogen City Bus, currently servicing the city of Wollongong, covering its key features, components, systems, and maintenance processes. This course is tailored for service and maintenance staff, as well as drivers with a trade background, enabling them to acquire specialized knowledge and skills required to work with FCEVs effectively.

The Introduction to FCEVs, Systems, and Components course offers essential knowledge about FCEVs and their safety features. It covers the identification of key components, high-voltage systems, safety features, and procedures for safe operation and maintenance. This course is suitable for anyone working in the automotive industry or interested in understanding more about fuel cell vehicle technology.

One of the key highlights of these courses is their accessibility and flexible delivery. Offered online and self-paced, individuals can access the training materials from anywhere, at any time, making it convenient for working professionals and those with busy schedules. With a generous access period of six months from the day of enrollment, learners have ample time to complete the courses while balancing other commitments.

By staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in automotive technology, TAFE NSW are ensuring that learners are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in this rapidly evolving field. Enroll today to embark on a journey towards a rewarding career in fuel cell electric vehicles.

For more information and enrollment details, go to the TAFE NSW website here.

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