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Vehicle Charging

Course Delivered over 2 Days


Tungsten Training Centre Ltd

Summary

Price
£390 inc VAT
Or £65.00/mo. for 6 months...
Study method
Classroom
Duration
2 days, Part-time
Qualification
Level 3 Award in Domestic Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (QCF)
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Start date
End date
28/06/2021
29/06/2021

End date: 29/06/2021

Address
Unit 4
George Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN411RA
United Kingdom
22/07/2021
22/07/2021

End date: 22/07/2021

Address
Unit 4
George Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN411RA
United Kingdom
19/08/2021
19/08/2021

End date: 19/08/2021

Address
Unit 4
George Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN411RA
United Kingdom
16/09/2021
16/09/2021

End date: 16/09/2021

Address
Unit 4
George Street
Brighton
East Sussex
BN411RA
United Kingdom

Overview

Vehicle car charging and the installation of EV charging points is a growing industry and an opportunity to develop your skills to enable you to install and commission vehicle car charging points domestically, commercially and on the street. By growing your skill set within the electrical industry with this electrical course and your accreditation with your organisation or competent person scheme, you can apply for OLEV registration providing your customers with access to government grants.

Qualification

Level 3 Award in Domestic Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation (QCF)

Description

By attending a vehicle car charging course, you will have detailed theory and practical training to ensure you can competently understand everything when installing vehicle car charging points. You will also learn how to meet all the safety conditions, understand the requirements for installation and inspecting, and how to charge the EV charging point.

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Do you have to be a qualified electrician

Answer:

Hello, you are required to be a fully qualified electrician yes.

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