TÜV Rheinland Level 4 Course in Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Safety - Eintac

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About this Course

This TÜV Rheinland course has been written in accordance with the latest German / DGUV guidelines. This is for Senior Authorised Technicians who will be completing live work on the vehicle – which includes stripping and rebuilding HV battery packs or removing and refitting components where High Voltage is present (for example HV battery contactors).

The content of this course enables the candidate to learn about:

  •  Types of HV energy storage (e.g. Li-Ion, Supercaps etc.)
  • Construction of HV energy storage (e.g. cell structure, energy carrier, cooling, etc.)
  • Electrical energy hazards
  • Specific non-electrical hazards, e.g. chemical hazards, fire and explosion hazards, fall hazards
  • Working on live HV components
  • Practical use of diagnostic and measuring devices, use of various measuring methods (e.g. voltage measurement, troubleshooting on live HV components)
  • Cell replacement/component replacement in the HV energy storage device

The core benefits of this course include:

  • Developed inline with the latest German / DGUV guidelines
  • Internationally recognised qualification
  •  Qualified to work on live HV systems and troubleshoot live HV components
  • Working on live energy storage devices with a corresponding risk potential, e.g. for high voltage testing according to manufacturer specifications
  • Any work in which employees use body parts or objects (tools, equipment or devices) or being able to touch parts is then considered work on live parts HV systems if the voltage-free state is not ensured and an electrical hazard cannot be ruled out.

Candidates are required to complete a written test and a practical skills assessment as part of the course.

For Level 4 training, the candidate must:

  • Have at least a Level 3 Qualification for more than 6 months
  • Be working in the automotive field and have High Voltage experience since achieving Level 3
  • Have successfully complete first aid training including cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Not have health restrictions that could lead to hazards when working on live HV components



  • TÜV Rheinland PersCert Certificate (valid for 3 years)
  • This qualification is delivered over 2 consecutive days
Course Cost
  • From £850 / €1,000 / $1,090 per person
Min/Max number of candidates
  • Minimum 2 people
  • Maximum 8 people
Course Location
  • On customers site
  • In a training facility
Entry Requirements
  • Candidates have completed TÜV Rheinland Level 3 Course in Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Safety
  • At least 6 months detailed working experience in an Automotive Technician workplace
  • First Aid Training including CPR
  • Fluent in English. Written and Spoken. (Other language training can be provided but should be requested during initial consultation. Additional costs may apply.)
Terms and Conditions
  • Prices are excl VAT.
  • Mileage will be charged at £0.45/mile / €0.55/mile /  $0.60/mile from the trainers location (Pricing may differ for training outside of the UK).
  • A hotel, evening meal and breakfast cost may be charged at £180/night / €210/night / $230/night depending on location.
  • A subsistence (snacks, drinks, toll charges, etc) cost may be charged at £30/night / €35/night / $40/night depending on location.
  • We will require full payment in advance to secure your requested training date.
  • If you can no longer make the arranged training date, we’ll move your course to another date.
  • EINTAC’s Trainer will normally travel to the training in their own Electric or Hybrid Vehicle, so this can be used for the course. Therefore, if you do not have access to such a vehicle at your site/location, this is not a problem. However, there may be rare occasions when that vehicle is unavailable, for example when that vehicle is due a service etc. If this situation does occur, it shall be the customers responsibility to provide a suitable alternative vehicle for the training. EINTAC are happy to help with your selection of that vehicle.

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