About EVSC

Goals of EVSC EV Technician curriculum standards, assessment, and certification include:

Industry Excellence

Electric vehicles possess unique characteristics, such as high-voltage systems and advanced battery technologies, which require specialized knowledge for maintenance, repair, and handling. Standardized education equips professionals with the necessary skills to operate safely and adhere to best practices, reducing the risk of accidents, injuries, and equipment damage. Establishing consistent training standards creates a workforce that can consistently deliver high-quality services and support the growth of the EV market.

Accountability

Industry peer review fosters collaboration and knowledge exchange between academia and the EV industry. This collaboration enriches the educational experience by incorporating real-world examples, case studies, and industry-specific challenges into the curriculum. Furthermore, the feedback received during peer review allows EVSC to refine and improve the instructional materials, ensuring their effectiveness and relevance. This ensures that graduates of EV education programs possess the competencies necessary to meet the industry's workforce demands, reducing the gap between academic training and industry needs. This ongoing collaboration between academia and industry promotes a symbiotic relationship, facilitating the exchange of ideas, innovation, and continuous improvement in EV education.

Vision

EVSC's Vision is to create the global standard for EV Technician education, EV product safety, and EV retrofits and builds.

Mission

EVSC's Mission is to provide a safe and equitablepath to global electrification with uniform safety standards for EV products and training.

Continuous Improvement

The rapid pace of technological advancement in the EV industry necessitates a well-trained workforce with up-to-date knowledge and skills. Standardized education ensures that professionals are proficient in the latest EV technologies, including battery management, power electronics, and charging infrastructure. With a standardized knowledge base, professionals can effectively communicate and collaborate across different sectors of the industry, including manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and regulatory bodies. This will promote integration of EV technologies, streamline the development of charging infrastructure, and facilitate the transition to smart grid systems. Additionally, standardized education supports the harmonization of global regulations and standards, enabling international collaboration and accelerating the widespread adoption of EVs. A well-trained workforce inspires trust in the industry's capabilities to address technical issues, provide reliable services, and ensure customer satisfaction. By promoting a standardized education system, the industry demonstrates its commitment to professionalism, quality, and continuous improvement. This, in turn, increases consumer confidence in electric vehicles, leading to higher adoption rates and market growth.

Board Members of the Council

Chris Hazell

CEO
Fellten

Eddy Borysewicz

CEO
ReVolt Systems, Inc.

Kirk Miller

Vice President
Direct Sales
Hypercraft

Mitchell Yow

CEO
Torque Trends, Inc.

Chris Salvo

CEO
Electrified Garage

Gregory Courter

CEO
Wrenchology

Rob Ward

CEO
Legacy EV

Mavrick Knoles

President
Legacy EV

Baily Soto

Curriculum Specialist,
Legacy EV

Kevin Emr

CEO
E-Muscle Cars

Blakely Fabiani

CTO, Ampere EV

Thomas Santilli

Curriculum Specialist
Legacy EV

Douglas Dell

Vice President & Director
Vale Training, a Sedgwick company

Meeting Agendas

The Electric Vehicle Safety Council (EVSC) typically meets virtually on the last Tuesday of the month, on a quarterly basis.

View previous meeting agendas:

↗️ March 31, 2023↗️ July 25, 2023