ELVES Training Program | PR Photo & Video

ELVES INAUGURAL TRAINING COURSE TO INCREASE RATE OF ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLE OF RECYCLING -THE FIRST PROGRAMME OF ITS KIND IN IRELAND- Andy Latham of Salvage Wire demonstrates best practice in the safe handling of end-of-life hybrid and electric vehicles. ELVES, the End-of-Life Vehicle compliance scheme, held one of its inaugural training programme sessions for Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs) in the safe handling of end-of-life hybrid and electric vehicles at the Nissan Academy in Naas. The Electric Elves programme is the first of its kind in Ireland and aims to increase the rate of recycling of End-of-Life electric vehicles in Ireland. -------------------------------- Pictured L-R: Andy Latham, Salvage Wire Elena Wrelton, ELVES Toddy Cuthbert, IMVRA and Cuthbert Environmental ENDS For further information, contact; Maeve Kelly Grapevine Communications Maeve.grapevinepr@gmail.com 087 6895930 Photo: Lensmen

ELVES TrainingProgram | PR Photography & Video.

Lensmen photo and video team were delighted to record the inaugural ELVES training program hosted by the Nissan Academy. Due to the increase in electric cars being bought, this programme is designed to show Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs) members the safe handling of end-of-life electric, hybrid and mild hybrid vehicles. Furthermore, the training is the first workshop/classroom-based course of its kind in Ireland and is free of charge to attendees. Soon, the new ELVES training programme will be open to all ATFs around Ireland.

Programme Expansion

Nissan Academy in Naas hosted one of the inaugural sessions. Programme availability will widen nationwide as awareness of the course increases. Allowing all Irish ATFs to access the training programme. From here, Elves hopes they can expand knowledge and expertise across the country, supporting all ATFs in developing competence in handling this new technology. Because this was the first training program, our team photographed and recorded the day in Naas.  Even our team described that as incredibly informative and very useful.

Quotes from the day

According to ELVES Environmental Compliance Manager Elena Wrelton, “ELVES is very much committed to ensuring that all ATFs across Ireland have access to bespoke and relevant expertise, support and information. [These]  training programmes are industry-specific and proactively address key issues impacting the sector. Those working in the industry must be equipped with available resources to be fully confident and competent in dealing with the correct reuse and recycling of all types of vehicles.”

Seamus Morgan, Chief Operations Officer at Nissan Ireland, added, “Nissan Ireland is delighted that ELVES has chosen all New Nissan Training Centre to conduct their Electric ELVES training. We at Nissan are committed to training people in the Motor Industry to the highest possible standard to ensure that our customers are dealt with professionally and always have a positive and consistent experience when dealing with any Nissan Garage.”

Environmental and Safety Mission

The mission of ELVES is to improve the processing of End-of-Life Vehicles in Ireland. Amazingly, data from the programme supports the achievement of the 95% reuse, recycling and recovery targets for End-of-Life Vehicles and the 50% recycling targets for these types of batteries under the Battery Regulations.

Lensmen feel it is great to be part of these new-age projects that our helping improve our environment. For more information on training, check out the ELVES website.

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