New: EV Systems and Software Academy




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Academy Overview

For Engineering and HR leaders at global OEMs and suppliers within the automotive, aerospace, industrial, and rail industries who are experiencing a talent shortage of EV software personnel and/or lacking a full suite of skill sets and seeking a clear path forward, LHP’s new EV Systems and Software Academy is a proven pathway for increasing capacity, that allows software engineers to become EV specialists through stackable training modules.

LHP’s new EV Systems and Software Academy was created by EV experts who have already made this leap. Unlike inconsistent self-learning methods that use non-certified online training portals, burdensome internal training that stretches the capacity of already overworked professionals, or rigid and expensive university courses that may or may not deliver the required skill sets, our EV experts guide your team through relevant and customized modules that fit your specific needs. Our team of experts stays with you through the entire learning path and provides an applicable learning curriculum that translates directly to your role day in and day out.


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EV Systems and Software Academy
Course Information

Course information is subject to change.




1-4 hours

Intent: Introductions to each training topic.
Audience: Anyone with supplier or customer interface and/or cyber, systems, or engineering responsibilities (including engineering & business teams).



3-5 days

Intent: Create a foundation for performing in a cyber, systems or software engineering role and interfacing engineering stakeholders.
Audience: Engineers and Engineering Managers.





Intent: Continue on-the-job development through project delivery and workshops led by an LHP Technical Specialist.
Audience: Engineers on a track to become a technical specialist for a specific domain.


EV Systems and Software Academy Skills Development


Intro to Systems Engineering

An intro into systems engineering, testing, requirements, and ALM for automotive systems. Students will learn to write requirements based on safety goals, develop test cases,
and perform a simple HARA.


CAN Basics

Students will learn and understand the basics of vehicle networks which include: J1939 Protocol, diagnostics, and how to analyze and interpret CAN Messages. 


Embedded C

Students will learn basics of Embedded C using an Arduino controller including terminologies and functions used in low level software development.
Prior familiarity with C is beneficial.



Students will learn how to monitor battery health and detect faults using MATLAB & Simulink on a Battery Management System.


HIL Testing

Students will learn to test and troubleshoot an ECU on a HIL System and explore other testing methods such as SIL & MIL.


Model Based Design

Students will model an electric motor using MATLAB & Simulink and learn how to analyze data within
the model.


Training Dates and Locations

Both In-person and Virtual Classrooms


Pontiac, MI

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Columbus, IN

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Anaheim, CA

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