The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has unveiled the updated programme for its accredited course in response to the growing diversity and unique skills required to work on vehicles outside a workshop setting and at the side of the road.
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Technician and Assistance/Recovery Technician accreditations, alongside the Diagnostic and Master Technician courses.
Steve Scofield, Head of IMI Accreditation said: “Motor industry professionals operating by the side of the road face a unique set of challenges, both in terms of safety and technical expertise.
“We believe the latest updates will
ensure that our accreditations meet the latest requirement in this highly demanding area.”