A new generation of automotive technicians is emerging, made up of men and women with solid training in hybrid technology. Give your students a chance to be part of this technological revolution.
This three-part series provides a thorough grounding in hybrid technologies, focusing on building both system knowledge and safety awareness. In addition to outlining the history and growth of electric, hydrogen, diesel, and other alternative propulsion systems, the series explores major hybrid components and details the safety challenges that these complex mechanisms present to technicians.
Job-seekers who are looking to set themselves apart from the average automotive trainee will find the ideal learning resource in this series.
Viewing time: 15-18 minutes each. 2007. Can purchase separately for $69.95 each. The 3-part series for $209.85.
- The History of Hybrids – Surveys the history of hybrid technology, introduces students to modern hybrid configurations, and explains the principles of hybrid system propulsion.
- Common Hybrid Components – Gives the various system components that are common to hybrid automobiles, including the battery pack, the electric motor, the internal combustion engine, the transmission, and the generator.
- Hybrid Safety Issues – Explains the safety requirements of hybrid maintenance and repair, focusing on procedures necessary to prevent electric shock.