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Introduction to Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment

This course will provide an introduction to electric vehicles and related technology, helping you get up to speed in this emerging area early. It will cover the relevant technical features of makes and models of electric vehicles coming into Australia, the charging equipment appropriate to them (both AC and DC charging), and considerations around installation practices. This training aims to enable you to select and safely commission appropriate electric vehicle charging equipment to support your customers when they’re looking to support electric vehicles.

  • Presenter:

    Ross De Rango / Anthony Middleton - NHP Electrical Engineering

  • Time:

    VIC: 10am - 12.30pm. Lunch provided
    NSW: 3pm - 5pm. Afternoon tea provided
    WA: 3pm - 5pm. Drinks and pizza after

  • Venue:

    Confirmed details as below

  • Training dates:

    Venue: Middy's TechEnergy Smart Centre, 214 Wellington Rd, Clayton, VIC 3168
    Mon, 17th February 2020
    Wed, 15th April 2020
    Wed, 29th July 2020
    Mon, 7th September 2020

    Venue: NHP Silverwater, 30-34 Day Street North, Silverwater, NSW 2128
    Thu, 12th March 2020
    Thu, 14th May 2020
    Thu, 30th July 2020
    Thu, 24th September 2020

    Venue: NHP Riverdale, 38 Belmont Ave, Rivervale, WA 6103
    Thu, 23rd April 2020
    Tue, 13th October 2020

Course Details:

Electric Vehicle Charging Course. Australia is on the verge of a transport revolution, and one of the most important features of this revolution is the capacity to charge Electric Vehicles (EVs) in workplaces, shopping centres, main street and domestic residences. The course is for Electricians who want to enhance their skills set and business opportunities in this area.

  • Why are EVs going to replace petrol cars?
  • EVs available in Australia – now and coming soon
  • Charging rates and vehicle range
  • Single phase, three phase, and DC charging equipment – which equipment for which job?
  • Charging connectors and cable types
  • AS 3000 requirements as outlined in the new version – Appendix P
  • Standards around EV charging equipment
  • Electrical considerations – maximum demand, RCDs, isolators, etc
  • Network requirements, where applicable
  • Use of EVs as a Battery Storage System for householders
  • Where to buy products, documentation and selection guides

Course Cost:

Cost: $60+gst
Includes:
Lunch (VIC only)
Afternoon Tea (NSW only)
Drinks and pizza after (WA only)

Participants undertaking this course will be billed through their existing Middy’s account.
Class sizes limited to ensure quality hands-on training. Spaces allocated on first in first served basis.