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BMW Hybrid Systems with Justin Morgan (In-Person) (DALLAS, TX)


with Justin Morgan

Calendar Jun 1, 2024 at 8 am

When: Saturday, June 1, 2024 

Time: 8:00AM - 5:00PM 

Location: TBD

***Attendees may not be accepted if course reaches capacity. Refunds will be issued for courses that are canceled due to low enrollment. (Travel reimbursements are excluded)

Elevate your automotive expertise in BMW Hybrid systems! Calling all automotive technicians who wish to immerse themselves in the cutting-edge realm of BMW hybrid vehicles.

Join Justin Morgan for "BMW Hybrid Systems" Class. Our comprehensive class delves into the core components, ensuring you master BMW Hybrid battery types, electric machines, charging systems, inverters, and HV safety systems.

This training offers a deep dive into the intricacies of BMW hybrid technology. Stay ahead of the curve and enhance your skills to meet the demands of the evolving automotive landscape. Technicians attending are encouraged to have previously completed HV safety training/certification.

ZF Plug-in Hybrid Transmission Technology for BMW & AUDI (In-Person)(DALLAS, TX)


with Brian Bay

Calendar Jun 22, 2024 at 8 am

ZF Plug-in Hybrid Transmission Technology for BMW & Audi


TIME: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

***Attendees may not be accepted if course reaches capacity. Refunds will be issued for courses that are canceled due to low enrollment. (Travel reimbursements are excluded)

The ZF 8HP has proven itself, for more than a decade, that it is among the best transmissions ever produced. The first models of the 8HP, and subsequent models, have all pushed the limits of transmission efficiency. As ZF continues to improve the 8HP, adding a Plug-In Hybrid version of the transmission was the next logical step. Become familiar with the latest technology as we cover hybrid transmission basics, torque flow, basic high voltage concepts and a hands-on disassembly of the 8P75H transmission and mechatronic.

 After completing this training, the participant will be able to

  • Describe the different levels of hybrid technology
  • Identify the types of ZF hybrid transmissions
  • Define the classification of a high voltage system
  • Identify the internal safety features of hybrid systems
  • Explain how to verify zero potential of a high voltage system
  • Describe procedure to disconnect high voltage systems on BMW and Audi
  • Identify the characteristics of 2 speed electric motors
  • Explain how to disassemble a ZF 8P75 transmission
  • Describe the disassembly process of the 875H mechatronic
  • Identify updates within the latest ZF transmissions
  • Explain common failures of the units
  • Describe common diagnostics of the ZF hybrid units

HYBRID HIGH VOLTAGE & EV TRAINING - 2.5 Days (In-Person) + 3 Webinars (DALLAS, TX)


with Dirk Fuchs

Calendar Nov 11, 2024 at 8 am

Limited to 12-Students per course!

Where: TBD

Online Webinar dates: (3 DAYS)

  1. November 11, 2024 6PM - 8PM (EST
  2. November 12, 2024 6PM - 8PM (EST
  3. November 13, 2024 6PM - 8PM (EST

In-Person Class Dates: (3 DAYS)

  1. Friday, November 15, 2024 (1PM - 5PM) 
  2. Saturday, November 16, 2024 (8AM - 5PM)
  3. Sunday, November 17, 2024 (8AM - 5PM)

You MUST attend all in-person classes & all 3 webinars in order to receive your certification!

(***Attendees may not be accepted if course reaches capacity. Refunds will be issued for courses that are canceled due to low enrollment. (Travel reimbursements are excluded)

SSF PRO, in partnership with AC Training Academy, is proud to present our Industry’s first comprehensive and accredited Automotive High Voltage Certification Training Program.

This exclusive program is certified by Europe’s oldest and foremost Automotive Professional Body, The Institute of the Motor Industry, delivered by Senior Instructors trained and certified under European Regulation ECE-R100 as well as ASE.

Limited to 12-Students per course to ensure personal attention and in-depth training, this program combines 3 in-depth webinars plus 2.5 days of in-person hands-on instruction using custom-built simulators and equipment as well as actual electric vehicles. This course culminates with both a theoretical and practical exam where upon successful completion students will be officially registered with the IMI and can proceed directly to take ASE high voltage certification with no additional preparation.

 Online Live Webinar Topics:

  1. Part 1: Electrical Basic Engineering         
  2. Online Live Webinar Part 2: High Voltage Safety         
  3. Online Live Webinar Part 3: High Voltage System Understanding
  4. Online Live Webinar Part 4: High Voltage Disconnect and Diagnostics

 In-Person Training Topics:

  1. Parallel and series electrical circuits.         
  2. Function of resistors, diodes, transformers, rectifiers, and capacitors in HV systems         
  3. Ohm’s law and the function of relays and transistors.         
  4. Vehicle Intake process and safety measures.        
  5. Determination of the state of the HV Battery.        
  6. Four-wire Milliohm & Insulation test        
  7. Diagnostic methods for EV        
  8. Manufacturer disconnecting procedure and verify zero poten

Tools & Equipment Used for Training:

  1. Custom-Built High Voltage Training Carts        
  2. Color-Printed Student Guide plus Digital Reference Materials          Milliohm meters, Insulation Testers, Two Pole Voltage Testers, Multimeters, Oscilloscopes and Diagnostic Tool.        
  3. High Voltage personal protection equipment (PPE) will be provided
  4. Practical Exam will be delivered what includes score sheet and documentation         
  5. Multiple choice questions for the theoretical Exam will be delivered. 

Theoretical and Practical Exams:

  1. 45 minutes theoretical Exam (multiple choice)        
  2. 30 minutes practical exam demonstrating and rated on the following tasks:         
  3. Perform a certified disconnecting procedure.         
  4. Diagnose the High Voltage system.         
  5. Bonding and insulation faults must be found



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