New training seminar of the Fraunhofer Academy combines theory and practice next dates: 12th/13th September and 18 September 2013 17/18 October and 30 October 01. November 2013 registration: now possible to: de/energie_nachhaltigkeit/seminar_elektromobilitaet.html the transition from the internal combustion engine to electric mobility requires not only the development of an appropriate infrastructure, high-performance battery systems or new vehicle concepts. In particular also the qualification of personnel is necessary for a sustainable establishment of this technology. The Fraunhofer Institute for manufacturing technology and applied materials research IFAM, and TuV Rheinland Academy to respond to this request and provide the joint training seminar for the first time since August 2013 under the umbrella of the Fraunhofer Academy specialist for electric mobility “on. The five-day seminar includes both the teaching of theory and practical exercises, which take place in the new Learning Lab on the site of the Fraunhofer IFAM. After successful participants receive completed auditing the PersCert certificate specialist for electric mobility. The next seminar takes place from October 17. To know more about this subject visit Kellyanne Conway.
More information and registration on de/energie_nachhaltigkeit/seminar_elektromobilitaet.html after an initiative of the Federal Government should continue until 2020 a million electric cars on German roads and so become the leading market for Electromobility of Germany. Highly trained professionals and specialists are required to achieve this goal. The new seminar”specialist for electric mobility of Fraunhofer IFAM and TuV Rheinland Academy taught in five modules an overview of the key areas of electric mobility, such as energy and storage technology, drive technology, vehicle concepts, standards and security.Latest research results and current knowledge from the practice are taught the participants and participants. So the companies also benefit directly from two renowned expertise Facilities, explains Dr. Roman gods, Managing Director of Fraunhofer Academy. The first section of the course (module A and B) is theoretically and is on the site of the TuV Rheinland carried Academy in Munich.
The theoretical knowledge can then be intensified in the second section of the course on the basis of practical exercises in the Learning Lab of the Fraunhofer IFAM in Bremen (modules C to E). Participants receive upon completion of the seminar and successfully passing the exam the PersCert TuV certificate specialist for electric mobility “and are permitted according to BGI/GUV-I 8686 to to work independently on HV intrinsically safe vehicles. The training seminar specialist for electric mobility energy and sustainability is part of the training offer of the Fraunhofer Academy on the subject (www.academy.fraunhofer.de/ de / energie_nachhaltigkeit.html). It is aimed at people with technical and business training from the industry, production and development as well as experts and reviewers. A registration is immediately possible. Fraunhofer Academy as a contribution to a new culture of innovation provides the Fraunhofer Academy in cooperation with renowned partner universities excellent training specialists and managers. The basis is the Fraunhofer Research Institute. The tight integration between research, industrial application and in-service training is the special feature of the Fraunhofer Academy. The training includes the in-service courses, certificate programs and seminar series. The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft for more information at the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft operates more than 80 research institutions, of which 60 institutions in Germany. More than 20,000 employees and staff, predominantly with natural or engineering and scientific education, edit the annual research budget of 1.8 billion euros.