Renault Trucks has recently launched the so-called ‘Decarbonisation Academy’, a free e-learning platform open to everyone. According to the manufacturer, it provides answers to the main questions asked by professionals, to help them think strategically and plan the transformation of their business with confidence.

For over three years now, the French manufacturer has been mass-producing electric trucks in its Blainville-sur-Orne factory. Now, Renault Trucks has developed an educational tool that demystifies the transition to battery electric technology. The manufacturer has listened to the doubts expressed by hauliers who are reluctant to make the shift, and has also gathered testimonies from those who have encountered difficulties and have managed to overcome them. All these good practices and experiences are shared by the manufacturer in its e-learning programme aimed at demystifying electric technology and alternative energies.

Renault Trucks’ Decarbonization Academy

The ‘Decarbonisation Academy’ provides access to a catalogue of training courses featuring educational videos, expert opinions from inside and outside the company and the experiences of hauliers and bodywork specialists. Each course consists of several modules and is designed to be completed in under thirty minutes.

Optimised for use on tablets or smartphones, the platform is designed for users to learn anywhere. After setting up a profile, learners can follow the course at their own pace, with the added benefit of being able to pause the course and return to it later on. On completing the course, participants can test their knowledge by taking a quiz and read additional articles on the subject. A certificate is issued at the end of the course.


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