(Short Course - 1 day)
This course is intended for technicians whose job role involves the repair of vehicles involved in accidents or similar incidents and want to gain an IMI Re-accreditation. In order to re-accredit using ‘AOM Updates' (Assessed Outcome Modules) the candidate's ATA ID Card must remain valid throughout the assessments and until all of the prescribed AOMs have been passed. Should the card expire beforehand, the candidate will be required to re-take a ‘full assessment'.
Applicants must have current experience working in the accident repair sector of the industry for a minimum of three years to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required for this course.
This course is assessed through theory online multiple choice questionnaires and ongoing practical assessments.
Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners will receive a certificate for employers and can expect career progression within the automotive industry. This course will prepare you for one of the various roles in the industry such as autoglazing, fast fit and light vehicle inspection.Careers page
If you need help with affording college, there are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.
Do you have a burning question about this course, or would you like to know more about the qualification you'll receive and how it will help your career?
Our course enquiries team is on hand to help you understand any details and answer any questions – whether it's about applying for the course or finding out about finance. Just get in touch here!
Use our online form to complete your application.
Remember: you can start now, and save it for completing later.
If you love tinkering with cars and are never happier than when you’re wearing overalls and figuring out how things work, a career in the automotive industry could be just around the corner.