Implementation of Blended Learning Approach for Tertiary Level Training on Vehicle Electrification
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Laboratory of Energy Systems, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, International Hellenic University, Alexander University Campus, 57400 Sindos
Casimir Pulaski Radom University
Department of Automotive Vehicles, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Lublin University of Technology, Nadbystrzycka 36, 20-618 Lublin, Poland
Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, J. Cakstes blvd 5, Jelgava, LV3001 Latvia
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Krzysztof Górski   

Casimir Pulaski Radom University
This paper focuses on the development of a short training curriculum for tertiary level education that can horizontally cover the Electric Vehicle technology in a manner understandable and attractive to students of appropriate background. The training program is divided into four groups of technical topics, the extend of which is balanced with regards to the learning outcomes and the teaching time provided. The blended teaching nature is supported by theoretical online lectures, synchronous and asynchronous, a great number of laboratory courses to enhance knowledge assimilation and a medium size project divided into two parts for the students to delve into the engineering way of thinking through a problem based learning approach. In the first part, the students exploited the Augmented Reality technology in order to describe the electric powertrain of small scale electric vehicles after having troubleshooting them. Their work and findings were utilized for the preparation of a scientific paper in the second part of the project. The training program was completed by a short industrial internship. The transferability of the training program is discussed in the last section of the paper.
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