This training is for 12 teachers across 3 different streams of the professional baccalaureate (automotive engineering, industrial equipment maintenance, and electricity), as well as the local complementary training initiative (FCIL) for motor racing mechanics. The 3-day introductory course, scheduled to run from 30 March to 1st April 2022, will cover hydrogen technologies, risk prevention, and hydrogen systems maintenance operations.
Eveer’Hy’Pôle, a semi-public Company based in Albi, and a stakeholder in the Hydrogen sector in Occitanie, will deliver the training. As part of the initiative, students and teachers will be invited to visit Teréga’s storage centre in Lussagnet. An additional way of illustrating the challenges of training for jobs associated with gas infrastructures