This course is intended for qualified automotive technicians seeking to broaden their knowledge on Electric Vehicles and Hybrids. Students start from the fundamentals and concepts of electrical and electronic systems. Subsequently they are then gradually introduced to the advanced theory of auto electrical and electronic control systems and microprocessor control systems. The course delves into the theory of Electrical Vehicles and Hybrids, including electrical machines, power electronics, and the different energy sources available on the market. The course also provides hands-on experience using diagnostic approaches that help students troubleshoot potential integration problems. Learners are also instructed to work with various electronics equipment and become familiar with various computer-controlled systems, diagnostic software test equipment and tooling.