IMI Accreditation Light Vehicle (ATA) Master Technician
This accreditation will demonstrate the technicians ability to:
Diagnose an electrical fault when vehicles electric system is integrated with a
network communications system.
- Determine a logical path for diagnosing/rectifying a vehicle's electrical fault.
Technicians will also have an in-depth knowledge of how its electrical system links and integrates with its communication 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
It will assure you as a garage owner and your customers that your technicians
are up to the national occupational standards
- You will be able to grade your technicians for pay awards
Consumer confidence in ATA registered technicians and the organisations
- Proof of current technical competence and professional responsibility
- A benchmark for technician recruitment and training
Who Should Attend
Anyone who wishes to qualify as an ATA Master Technician.
Candidates should be working the light vehicle sector of the industry and ideally have at least five years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills.