Throughout, participants will be guided with discussion, case studies and videos, with ample time to speak and ask their presenters (and each other!) questions about anything to do with working on Hybrid and Electric vehicles.
As a leading diagnostic support provider in the automotive industry, Autologic understand the frustration that workshop owners and technicians go through to attain all the information required in order to implement safe working practices for HEVs in their workshops. Tony Gill comments; “By ensuring that technicians have achieved a level of competency and have the required knowledge, repairs on HEVs can be carried out more accurately, efficiently and safely, which can only be beneficial to technicians, garage owners and car owners.”
Tony continues: “Our aim is to promote processes and practices in the industry that ensure that those working with HEVs have the knowledge to work on HEVs safely. We highly support the essential work being carried out by the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) who are looking to ensure that the UK’s automotive workforce are trained and have the skills needed to repair vehicles safely. Our new webinar aims to provide a basic overview of the HEV industry and what steps workshop owners, and technicians, need to take in order to become compliant, as well as to provide a platform for informative peer to peer discussion.”