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ELECTRIC VEHICLE SAFE WORKING PRACTICE TRAINING

This one day course will give you the training needed to be able to confidently approach the High Voltage unit in the MET reaccreditation assessment. There is no assessment with this training as the assessment is conducted during your MET reaccreditation assessment. This should be booked prior to the MET Reaccreditation.

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MET Reaccreditation now has the High Voltage - Safe Working Module included in its assessments so this training will form an essential part of the course. This is a one day training session  "Electric Vehicle safe working practices MET preparation" course that you will need prior to the MET date. This will give you all the knowledge you need prior to the MET reaccreditation. 

 

 

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