WHAT MAKES AN E-DRIVE SYSTEM SPECIALIST?
As E-drive systems specialist are you working on electrical drive systems and the challenges they pose. You are working to develop and maintain e-drive systems for machines and vehicles. The skills demanded among other things of our designers, test engineers and development engineers in the automotive industry.
After the training, you have learned
Electrochemical storage technology, control systems and functions of power electronics, EMC, the challenges it faces in terms of metrology and currents with high frequencies, the laws and regulations governing the business and how best to convey knowledge to colleagues and employees.
The distance structure
The education is full-time (100%) and the student needs to be available during daytime. There are 6 meetings during the education.
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