We are currently observing a rapid development of new-energy vehicles in the automotive market. In the process of creating and developing this new technology, all kinds of additional training requirements arise in regard to the technology and safety aspects of these vehicles.
China is participating in this development in the first line, so the training requirements to improve individual professional skills and competencies are growing day by day.
Against this background and supported by a special funding from the German Ministry of Education and Research, the companies TÜV Rheinland, Lucas-Nülle and Fraunhofer IFAM have set up a joint project to develop and adapt relevant e-mobility trainings to the Chinese market.
Based on advanced training experiences and technical resources from Germany, it is the aim to adjust the trainings according to local needs in China, develop new-energy technology and safety training modules suiting to the Chinese conditions and to build a local professional training team able to deliver these programs in local language.