17 May 2023
CTEK Skillbase team provide EV Charging Installer Training
CTEK, the leading global brand in vehicle charging solutions, is presenting a series of complimentary training sessions for installers who wish to specify and install electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and load management solutions.
The EV Charging Installer Training is focused on CTEK's highly sought-after CHARGESTORM CONNECTED 2 (CC2) EV charger, offering a comprehensive review of product features and benefits, as well as guidance on how to specify and install the CC2 and related solutions like NanoGrid™ load balancing.
The purpose of these training sessions is to simplify the installation process for EV charging equipment. The training is designed to equip installers with the knowledge and skills required to specify, install and configure CTEK EV charging solutions for their customers. The focus is not just on installing the equipment, but on collaborating with installers to create complete, future proofed EVSE solutions that include software applications, load balancing, integration with customers' systems, and remote online system management.
The training is conducted by CTEK's dedicated Skillbase team, who specialise in providing external and in-house training for CTEK. Skillbase team have been running various EV charging training programmes for over two years, and attendees are already benefiting educationally and commercially.
These training sessions are part of CTEK’s ongoing commitment to support installers by providing the help and guidance they need to deliver successful installations that satisfy our customers. The training sessions take up to four hours and are conducted via Microsoft Teams. CTEK is always willing to help and advise on all things EVSE and the training is open to any installer in the UK.
Upcoming dates for the installer training: 1/6, 6/7, 3/8, 14/9, 5/10, 2/11, 7/12
* You might have noticed that we call the CHARGESTORM® CONNECTED 2 and NJORD GO products an ‘EV charger’. Technically speaking it’s ‘electrical vehicle supply equipment’ (or EVSE for short), that provides a safe supply of electricity to power the on-board battery charger in your Electrical Vehicle (EV). Most people use the term EV charger, so to keep things simple, we’ve chosen to use this term too.