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EO EV charging training day - Tuesday 2nd October 2018

EO EV charging training day - Tuesday 2nd October 2018
On Tuesday October 2nd Rapid is delighted to be hosting EO’s advanced EV installer training day at its headquarters in Colchester, Essex.

The training course is designed to equip installers and electrical contractors with the knowledge required to specify, design, install and operate EO EV charging stations. Delegates will also learn to use the eoCloud back office to remotely administer and support customers' sites. Members of the EO Charging team will provide end-to-end technical training and enable visitors to get hands on with the company's charging equipment, which is supplied by Rapid.

This event is free to attend.

Event timetable

9.30am-3.30pm

  1. Introduction to EO charging
  2. EO charging Products & Services
  3. Design & Installation Considerations
  4. Site Survey & Pre-Installation Setup
  5. Basic Installation & Grid Connection (eoMini/eoBasic)
  6. Advanced Installation & Commissioning (eoGenius + eoHub)
  7. Introduction to eoCloud & eoApp
  8. System Troubleshooting & Product Support
Throughout the day attendees will get the chance to ask questions regarding EO products, share ideas with other electrical professionals and develop their wider knowledge of installing EV charging stations.

To get the most out of the technical training modules installers should be experienced with BS7671 Section 722 and the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation. You should also have a sound knowledge and understanding of electrical inspection and testing in accordance with BS7671 and ideally have passed the City & Guilds C&G 2919-01 Electrical Vehicle Charging or the NICEIC electrical vehicle charging course.

For more information and the latest availability on places please contact Rapid's EV Business Development Manager Bill Lowther by email on bill.lowther@rapidonline.com or phone 07825 041904.





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