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First Part of BEB Familiarization Distance Learning Sessions on June 25th

Posted June 2020

The Transportation Learning Center’s is pleased to announce a pilot of the first installment of a web course on Battery Electric Bus (BEB) familiarization. The Center is creating a three-part distance learning course on BEB familiarization. Part one will cover BEB technology overview, PM requirements, and battery management and cooling. It has been developed specifically for transit bus technicians with limited or no experience with BEBs and anyone else who wants a refresher. The free two-hour course will be synchronous (live); you will be able to ask questions in writing using the chat function. You can use a PC, Smartphone or tablet to access the course. It will also be recorded and made available on the Center’s website at a later date.

When: Thursday, June 25, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET

Presenters:
·      James Hall, Proterra: BEB Overview
·      David Warren, New Flyer: PM Requirements
·      Kevin Hardesty, Gillig: Battery Management and Cooling

If you would like to attend, use the link below to register for the course. Please be aware that attendance may be limited. Once you register you will receive a confirmation with a link to access the course on June 25.
Register here!

For more information, please contact John Schiavone at johnjschiavone@cs.com.

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