The Motor Vehicle team has visited the Lucas Nuelle EV training centre in Nottingham to investigate the purchase of training equipment for electric vehicles courses Levels 2, 3 and 4.

Croydon College is developing courses for both 16- 18-year-olds, and adults already in the Motor Vehicle industry looking to upskill. The aim is to train technicians suitably qualified to work on the latest hybrid and electric vehicle systems. As part of its long-term plan, the Motor Vehicle department is spending over £300,000 to develop workshops for training students in both traditional motor vehicle maintenance and newer green-powered electric vehicles, in collaboration with the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI). The new courses are intended to run from September 2023.

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