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About the ATEC E-Mobility Training Project

With funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and in collaboration with Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM and Lucas-Nülle, TÜV Rheinland’s Academy recently launched the first safety and technical training program targeting employees working in the sector of new-energy automobiles in Greater China. The program provides comprehensive technical and staff development solutions to improve operational safety and skill levels, thereby developing high-quality technical teams.

E-Mobility Training Center Shanghai
E-Mobility Training Center Shanghai
E-Mobility Training Center Shanghai
E-Mobility Training Center Shanghai

Our Training Team at a Glance

TÜV Rheinland

Fraunhofer IFAM

Lucas Nülle

With over 140 years of history, TÜV Rheinland is now the largest independent educational institution in Europe. Every year, it offers more than 15,000 professional activities serving 200,000 individuals. We have many years of experience and a high-quality team in the e-mobility field, allowing us to provide safety and reliability related solutions to the entire value chain.

Fraunhofer IFAM is one of the largest independent research organizations in Europe in the field of “Adhesive Bonding Technology and Surfaces” and “Shaping and Functional Materials”. The focus of all the R&D activities is to provide customers with effective, application-oriented solutions. Most of the products, processes, and technologies Fraunhofer IFAM develops are for sectors where sustainability is particularly important, namely the aviation industry, automotive sector, energy and environment, medical technology, and life sciences. The solutions developed at Fraunhofer IFAM are, however, also used in various other branches of industry including machinery and plant construction, electronics and electrical engineering, shipbuilding, rail vehicle manufacture, the packaging industry, and the construction sector.

Core competencies in the context of electro-mobility

Fraunhofer IFAM covers the complete value chain of electric vehicles, from the development of materials and components, e.g. battery technologies and electrical drives, to industrial applications – including personnel and workforce training courses on electro-mobility. These courses specifically target industrial customers in Germany and China. For example, we offer trainings

  • for work on vehicles with high voltage systems (according to BGI 8686).
  • a certification training “Specialists for electro-mobility” (in cooperation with TÜV Rheinland).
  • on system knowledge on electro-mobility (university level).

For more than 40 years Lucas-Nülle has stood for the development, manufacture and setting-up of high-quality training systems and education equipment for advanced technical, engineering and vocational education. Lucas-Nülle provides complete training concepts and solutions for electrical/electronic engineering, automation & drives, and automotive technology.

All training systems come together with PC based training courses adapted to the local language. The tight meshing of theory and practice, the self-explanatory design and a positive, successful learning experience resulting from students performing experiments by themselves, at their own pace, ensure that learning with the help of our products is quicker and more efficient than using alternative systems.

Relying strongly on the in-house development and production Lucas-Nülle delivers state-of-the-art quality systems worldwide.

What we stand for

200,000 trained individuals
15,000 trainings worldwide
1,200 experienced trainers
365 on site

Funding Organization

The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (German: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung), abbreviated BMBF, is a cabinet-level ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany. It is headquartered in Bonn, with an office in Berlin. The Ministry provides funding for research projects and institutions, regulates nuclear energy, and sets general educational policy. It also provides student loans in Germany. However, a large part of educational policy in Germany is decided at the state level, strongly limiting the influence of the Ministry in educational matters.