Hybrid technology has arrived in the auto industry. The new technology requires some training for the average consumer to operate and maintain the vehicle efficiently. For the auto technician, up-to-date training in this technology is essential to service the hybrid vehicle safely and correctly. Iowa Valley Continuing Education is the first community college to offer training on hybrid technology for both gas and electric hybrids. Auto technicians can learn how to safely service and repair the new hybrids on the market today by attending the introductory and advanced hybrid technology classes.
Learn more here:
- High voltage Hybrid Gloves
- What is the difference between a Hybrid and an Electric car?
- How reliable are hybrid car batteries?
- Today's automobiles are hi-tech.
- What's the future for hybrid cars?
- History of electric cars.
- How comfortable are hybrid cars?
The new hybrid automotives also bring new safety issues for emergency personnel who are called to the scene of an accident, or the wrecking service called to dismantle the remains. Uninformed response persons could face life endangering situations. IVCE offers training in how to dismantle a hybrid vehicle safely.
Our instructor, Steve Koch has received extensive hybrid training from a nationally recognized hybrid educational institution (www.fixhybrid.com), the Automotive Career Development Center, based in Massachusetts. He is equipped with a deep background in automotive technology, has been a service technician for 20 years and is an ASE Master Technician.
All courses can be customized and offered in-house or attend one of our many continuing education courses. Call for your training today!
“Many hybrid tools, parts and equipment have been purchased so these classes are real world, hands-on and relevant to the workplace.”
~ Craig VanBattenburg, International Hybrid Trainer and Consultant, Automotive Career Development Center, Mass.
Choose the course you need from our current course catalog.