Interested in becoming a certified EV Diagnostic Engineer? Explore how to bring your combined skills and our EV training with the option of completing the New Zealand Certificate in Electrical Vehicle Automotive Engineering (Level 5) with MITO.
Our EV training pathway is highly flexible and combines multiple technical disciplines. Be a part of the future.
You can complete practical electric vehicle engineering training with AECS or you can combine AECS training with MITO’s eLearning and complete theory elements at your own pace for a Level 5 NZQA qualification. Use the above tabs to choose your path.
On the completion of EV engineering training you will learn the following and more:
BECOME AN EV ENGINEER
A goal without a plan is just a wish. Our team at AECS have made a plan and a pathway for you to follow across our 9 training seminars, we’ve made it easy. To become an EV Engineer you just have to set the goal. Learn more about each training seminar below.
To enrol or talk to us about your future, use the form below or call us on 06 874 9077.
AECS has become the premier provider of electric vehicle training across New Zealand. Our schedule for next year will further increase as more automotive workshops Need to keep up with EV demand. Now is the perfect time to start your training.
SEMINARS FOR AN EV ENGINEER
Take an in-depth look at all 9 training seminars. Our training seminars range from 4 hours through to 2 days. Our seminars are listed in order from electric vehicle foundations and everyday EV use and maintenance, health and safety through to more advanced diagnostics and battery repair.
Six training seminars will be done in person, it is the best way to get be immersed and receive hands-on training. However, you have the option of completing the following training seminars online, with AECS Online Academy:
Our team at AECS are here to help you get started. Send us a message or give us a call on 06 847 9077.
EQUIPMENT TO GET STARTED
From the people that bring the best training, we also bring the best equipment to assist with your EV Engineering career. Check out the latest in EV Equipment from AECS. See more of hybrid/EV equipment here.