Service Inspection Technician should be working in the light vehicle sector of the industry and ideally have at least two years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to service, maintain and repair vehicles.
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is for individuals who want, or need to become MOT testers. To be eligible to undertake this qualification in order to be an MOT Tester,
The learner must:
- Have a current and full UK driving licence for the vehicle classes they want to test be a skilled mechanic with at least 4 years full-time employment in the service and repair of the vehicle types to be tested. (Apprentices who have been employed for 4 years are eligible.)
- Have no unspent convictions for criminal offences connected with the MOT testing scheme or the motor trade, or involving acts of violence or intimidation
- Be ‘of good repute’ and to become a nominated tester (NT) for class 3, 4, 5 or 7 vehicles
- They must also have a Level 3 Technical Qualification as a minimum. (Please contact Graham Tribble at email@example.com to discuss accepted qualifications before booking)
- If you have no Level 3 Qualifications, there are other options available such as; IMI Accreditation (please contact Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org)
What is IMI Accreditation?
IMI Accreditation is a practical, non-academic way to demonstrate individual capability, providing independent proof of current competence, knowledge and skills.
Focused on the Light Vehicle area of the automotive sector, IMI Accreditation encompasses everyone within this area, from individuals working directly on vehicles to those advising customers or managing a dealership. Three different types of accreditation reflect the diverse range of roles within the motor industry:
Technical, Customer Facing and Management
Is this course right for me?
Designed to give beginners a practical instruction on Health and Safety, processes and equipment in Metal Inert Gas Welding (MIG). The aim of this course is to help you obtain a basic level of competence.
What will I be learning?
This 7 week course is practically based and covers the following: Health and Safety when welding, welding processes and materials, setting up of equipment and preparing to weld, Manual Metal Arc welding (MMA) and Metal Inert Gas welding (MIG). This course runs on a Thursday evening between 18:00-21:00.
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification.