Learn the ins and outs electric vehicles through the lens of a gas-to-electric car conversion at Legacy EV's EV Fundamentals Certification Bootcamp!
Learners will wire, program, commission, tune, and practice fault finding in various EV systems using fully functional EV training benches. High Voltage Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is demonstrated and used in this class during hands-on exercises.
Included in the Boot Camp is access to LegacyEV's virtual Certified Technician Program to become certified by Legacy EV in performing gas-to-electric vehicle conversions.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone interested in learning about EVs. This includes:
Do-it-yourself hobbyists thinking about performing a gas-to-electric conversion.
People interested in starting a gas-to-electric conversion business.
Companies learning how to implement high voltage and EV safety in their workplace.
Fleet or custom car shop owners who want to start performing conversions.
Service technicians who want to grow their skillset in EV diagnosis, service, and repair.
High school and college auto shop teachers
Training center instructors
Fleet vehicle technicians and managers
Vehicle and service engineers
Electric vehicle owners and enthusiasts
It is highly recommended that the individual completes the5-module virtual course of theCertified Technician Program prior to attending the in-person training. This is to ensure learners have foundational knowledge of EV powertrains and high voltage safety so they are able to maximize their in-person learning experience.
ADDITIONAL TRAINING DATE ADDED: In collaboration with the Vale National Training Center, Legacy EV will be offering anadditional training hosted at the Vale National Training Center in Arlington, Texas from December 4th to December 8th. Register to attend the course by selecting the Dallas training option in the dropdown menu above.
Duration & Schedule
View the attached photo reel on this page to see a breakdown of learning sessions each day, as well as footage from hands-on activities you will engage in while at training.
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Light snacks, cold breakfast, and hot lunch will be provided. Legacy EV will provide one dinner.
At the end of the 1 week in-person training, learners will:
Demonstrate an understanding of safety procedures for working with high voltage systems.
Understand the basic electrical circuitry involved in installing a high voltage system into an electric vehicle.
Understand how a wiring diagram represents the electrical mapping of how an EV kit will be installed into a vehicle.
Understand the roles of major EV systems and the difference between high voltage and low voltage systems.
Use all tools and equipment that are typically used in the process of vehicle electrification.
Demonstrate understanding of EV kit installation process by completing a full installation of a Legacy EV kit into a test bench.
Demonstrate an understanding of how to properly mount, wire, program, commission, test, and tune an EV system.
Course Fees and Materials
Your $5000 course fee includes:
Virtual Certified Technician Program online training access as reference materials to work safely on high-voltage vehicle systems.
8 hours virtual technical support with Legacy EV applications engineers to ensure your build is going smoothly.
Access to the Legacy EV in-person training alumni network.
150+ page in-person workbook, including documentation that can be used again and again to ensure consistent workplace practices while building, servicing, and maintaining a converted EV.
Legacy EV Level I High Voltage Safety Certification.
Adult First Aid (CPR and AED) Certification.
What to Bring?
Z87+ rated safety glasses
Laptop computer or tablet to access online portions of class
Closed-toe shoes (preferably ASTM F 2413-11 EH-rated safety toe shoes)