Technical Training Lab Details

Electrical vehicle systems are amongst the most complex systems to be found in vehicles. Diagnostics and troubleshooting in these systems are presenting ever greater challenges for workshop personnel. The use of special measuring and test equipment as well as sophisticated diagnostics systems requires specific expertise in vehicle electrics and in the complete data communication system structure. In addition to the conventional 12 V on-board power supply system, vehicles are increasingly featuring high-voltage systems in the drive system and, more recently, the comfort system too (HV air-conditioning system). This means that work on electrical vehicle systems must now also be performed in line with the mandatory safety measures set out in DGUV 200-005 and must have the required authorisation.

Our Modules
  • Requirements analysis
  • Planning and consultation
  • Conceptual design
  • Implementation
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Learning Outcome Test
The Christiani Technical Training Lab for Automotive Electrics offers you the following
  • Theory and practice from a single source
  • Motivation to learn and sustainable learning success
  • Didactic diversity and practically oriented training media
  • Strong partnerships with industry
  • Professional consulting – from the planning stage, all the way up to implementation
Example Configuration for 16 Workplaces
  • An HV vehicle with LED lights
  • A standard vehicle
  • Petrol/diesel engine functional models
  • Central electrics with H7 and bi-xenon adaptive front lighting functional models/training stands
  • Diagnostics systems with oscilloscope
  • Test and measuring equipment for HV vehicles
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) for work on HV vehicle drilling machines
  • Automotive mechatronic engineer for passenger cars
  • Automotive mechatronic engineer for passenger cars, specialising in systems and high-voltage engineering
  • Working with circuit diagrams and repair information systems
  • Using appropriate measuring and test equipment
  • Testing and measuring electrical variables
  • Diagnostics and troubleshooting on on-board power supply systems
  • Diagnostics and troubleshooting on lighting systems
  • Diagnostics and troubleshooting on start and charging current systems
  • Using diagnostics systems for troubleshooting
  • Modifying, coding and adapting control units
  • Instruction on HV vehicles
  • Safety regulations for working on electrical systems with a voltage > 30 V AC and > 60 V DC
  • Using personal protective equipment (PPE) and HV-compatible measuring and test equipment

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