Electric & Hybrid Automotive Technician Training
The Electric & Hybrid Automotive Technician Training Program will prepare technicians to meet the demand for skills in maintaining and repairing electrical vehicles with a focus on safety. The 45-hour course is comprised of 20 hours of curriculum to be completed online through the EMCC learning platform, Brightspace, 20 hours of hands-on training on an ASE L3 EV simulator, and 5 additional hours of lab time that includes a live disconnect on an electric vehicle.
Associate’s degree in automotive or heavy equipment technology OR 3 years experience in the automotive industry required for enrollment. This program is designed to upskill current workers and recent graduates of automotive programs in order to address the expected demand for specialized skills in electric and hybrid vehicles.
This program is fully funded by the Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan, through the Harold Alfond Center for the Advancement of Maine’s Workforce. The cost of all tuition, fees, books, and materials will be completely covered for each student!
- Associate’s Degree in Automotive or Heavy Equipment Technology OR 3 years experience in the automotive industry
- 18 years of age by the start of the course
- Maine state resident
- Copy of high school transcript or equivalent (GED/HiSET)
- Copy of higher education transcript
- Required immunizations: See Immunization History Form
Registration is closed for the Fall 2023 session.
Applications are currently being accepted for the Spring 2024 semester, dates TBD.
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Scholarships – Eastern Maine Community College Foundation
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