SME Reviews: NSC Electric Vehicle Technology Certificate Program

The NSC curriculum development process included a thorough review of draft course materials by industry subject matter experts. This file contains the subject matter expert reviews of the Electric Vehicle Technology certificate program courses prior to finalization of the materials. The NSC curriculum design team incorporated appropriate changes into the final version.
Primary Material Type:
Quality Assurance Report -- Subject Matter Expert Report
Anne Arundel Community College
alternative energy sources, geothermal, wind, solar, biomass, fuel cells, Smart Grid technology. Alternative and traditional energies, First Responder for Hybrid and Electric Vehicle safety training, evolving energy careers.

Industry / Occupation

Industry Partner:
Michigan Academy for Green Mobility Alliance (MAGMA) endorsed the Electric Vehicle Development Technology Certificate program/courses "with high marks" through an RFP process for meeting specific knowledge and skill demands of the employers in the automotive manufacturing industry., Collaborated with Ivy Tech’s Automotive Advisory Board employers to redesign and contextualize the curriculum throughout the program. Several regional advisory board employers provided valuable feedback on certifications required, soft skills needed and level of math required in industry. Automotive Institute Steering Committee discussed and endorsed the EV/Automotive Institute Program including calendar, curriculum, nationally recognized certifications, CT and TC degrees and a statewide dress/uniform code.
Industry Sector:
Wholesale Trade -- Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers (441)
Architecture and Engineering Occupations -- Electronics Engineers, Except Computer (17-2072)

Education / Instructional Information

Instructional Program:
Engineering Technologies/Technicians (15)
Credit Type:
  • Credit
  • Non-Credit
Credential Type:
  • Certificate
Program Delivery Format:

Copyright / Licensing

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Creative Commons License
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