Networks and hybrid maintenance

Published:  08 January, 2015

Blue Print's training courses focus on practical content and use the workshop facilities at Pro Auto in Shrewsbury to put theory into practise. Two courses are planned for 2015 - High speed CAN and LIN Networks and Hybrid vehicle operation and maintenance IMIAL Level 2. The hybrid course is suitable for beginners and lasts for two days, enabling participants to safely carry out servicing and repairs on a hybrid system. All participants who complete the two-day course will gain an IMI approved qualification which meets requirements (QCF) QCA ID NO 500/7055/1.

www.blue-print.com/workshops/technicaltraining

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