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VR27 Course
EV / Hybrid Vehicles 

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  • Course Options - Choose the course which meets your needs.

         Level 1 - 4 hours -  Can be delivered online or in person 

            Level 2 - 7 hours -  Part In person/Part Online or Fully in person - Includes the same course content as a level 1 course, followed by loading of a hybrid/EV vehicle onto a recovery vehicle/transporter

            Level 3 - 7 hours -  In person only (Includes High Voltage Isolation)

  • Course costs vary with course type & location

  • All options come with Certification by the IVR

        (Institute of Vehicle Recovery) to meet PAS43, NHSS 17 & other compliance and contract requirements.                          

  • 7 DCPC (Driver CPC) hours can be claimed from 7 hour in person courses if requested when booking - a DVSA/IVR Charge of £30pp applies

  • Level 2 courses which are completed by part online/part in person method - The online part is completed via ZOOM video call/presentation, the practical loading/unloading can then be arranged, please contact us to discuss.


  • You can book yourself onto the next upcoming course below - We will then confirm the booking and send you all the details you need, then simply logon to the course on the day,

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Upcoming VR27 EV/Hybrid Vehicle Courses


On successful completion of this course, certificates are provided  accredited/recognized by the IVR (Institute of Vehicle Recovery), NHSS 17/17(b) & PAS 43.

Electric (EV) and Hybrid Vehicles
VR 27

VR27 gives an understanding of the specific requirements for the safe handling of electric and hybrid vehicles during transportation/recovery or minor repairs at the roadside.

Key Learning Outcomes

• The health and safety requirements applicable to electric and hybrid vehicles

• The principles of hybrid and electric (EV) vehicle operation

• How to identify hybrid and electric (EV) vehicles

• The potential hazards with high voltage vehicles

• The potential hazards when hybrid and electric (EV) vehicles are damaged by impact

• How to ensure the safety of yourself and others

• Issues and considerations when recovering and storing high voltage vehicles

• Where to find useful resources


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