Hybrid, Fuel-Cell, Electric Vehicle Certificate of Achievement
Alternative Fuels and Advanced Transportation Technology (094840)
Projected Start Date
The emphasis of the Hybrid, Fuel-cell and Electric Vehicles Certificate is on key hybrid, fuel-cell and electric vehicle systems including their basic operation, function, service and maintenance. The systems include: engine management, emission controls, electronic/electronic controls and onboard diagnostics related to hybrid, fuel-cell and electric vehicles.
This certificate is designed to prepare students and incumbent employees for entry-level positions at local automotive dealerships, independent repair facilities, national repair chains, parts suppliers as well as fleet service specializing in hybrid, fuel-cell and electric vehicles.
The applicable courses are National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) complaint, meet the standards of National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) and integrate Mopar College Automotive Program (CAP) Local levels 0 and 1 online coursework.
Enrollment Completer Projections
Enrollments in the two unique program courses (Auto-043A and Auto-043B) are project to be an average of 20 students the first year for a total of 40. Projections are that it will double in 3 years. Certificate completers are projected at 15 the first year after all the course are offered and double in 3 years.