IMI Accreditation Light Vehicle (ATA) Diagnostic Technician
This accreditation will demonstrate the technicians ability to:
Accurately measure a components dimension and select the correct information for a
Accurately define whether a competent is within or outside of tolerances as defined by
the manufacturers literature.
Technicians will also have a sound knowledge of petrol and diesel vehicles engine components and operation. Achieving this level ensures that candidates meet the requirements to join DVSA MOT tester course.
Technicians must pass five practical tests (listed below) and an online knowledge test.
Modules involved are:
- Four wheel alignment - interpretation of data.
- Mechanical system diagnostics
- Electrical system diagnostics
- Computer based test equipment - diagnostics
- Vehicle safety system
There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. However dates are flexible and we may put on courses for larger groups. Please contact us for more information
- An IMI accredited certificate
- Inclusion on the IMI professional register
Industry wide recognition of their skills and ability
- Advice and guidance for development
An opportunity for career progression.
It will assure you as a garage owner and your customers that your technicians are up
to the National Occupational Standards
- Proof of current technical competence and professional responsibility.
- A benchmark for technician recruitment and training
Who Should Attend
Anyone who requires to be certified as an IMI Diagnostic Technician.
Technicians should be working in the light vehicle sector of the industry and ideally have at least three years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required