Engineers, managers, technicians and individuals intending to learn how Electric Vehicles work.
Local Authorities as well as private companies.
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Overview of electric vehicles
EVs and sustainability
Overview of charging infrastructure/Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
Charging station deployment
U.S. charging station deployment
Issues limiting adoption of EVs
EV financing and development
Government policies promoting EV deployment (local, state, national, and international)
Certificate of Participation provided.
On successful completion of this course, participants are eligible to sit the Exam for the:
The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) has been achieved by participants worldwide for over 40 years, from organisations such as Coca Cola, Mitsubishi, United Nations UNDP, Siemens, Cambridge University, Oxfam GB, Tesco, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Honeywell and many more.
$995 as a standalone course
$495 as part of the Low Carbon Consultant Expert Certificate
The Electric Vehicles course price includes remote exams for the Galileo Master Certificate; video lessons based on the live classroom training; course materials; Resource Centre access and is inclusive of tax.
Limited part-funding available, enquire by completing the form below
*Spaces are limited, we therefore recommend booking your space as soon as possible.
"The sound technical knowledge and experience of the lecturer guided me through the components, technology, factors, drivers and forecasts of the market."
-World Bank - Sandrine Boukerche
"This course was very informative: I gained a very comprehensive overview of the Electric Vehicle market, with unique data and presentations."
-Environmental Protection Agency, Peter Banwell
"The course gave me better knowledge to perform a technical, business and policy analysis for Electric Vehicle adoption."
-The US Department of Energy, Andrew Newens