I.M.I Electric Vehicle and Hybrid Certification
Who is this course for?
Applicants who wish to undertake their I.M.I. Level 2 certification, will need the desire to understand the skills in order to implement requirements to follow manufactures’ procedures in order to make the vehicle safe to work on. This is an involved course which requires the candidate to be physically able and not have a pacemaker or other health devices. Candidates will be in a classroom like setting for approximately 3 hours, followed by a written test and physical power-down of a vehicle in order to complete the certification. Level 1 is not necessary in order to complete level 2.
About the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI)
IMI is the professional association for individuals working in the retail motor industry.
IMI is transforming the automotive industry by setting, upholding and promoting professional standards – driving skills acquisition, establishing clearer career paths, and boosting public confidence. Established in 1920, the IMI filled a specific need for individuals desiring recognition for their accomplishments, and the recognition they received led to a steady growth in membership.
Those needs still exist today therefore membership and professional recognition remains at the core of our existence. IMI meets international recognition for all their certifications.
Making IMI qualifications, accreditations and membership the Gold Standard for professionals working in the automotive retail, related and adjacent sectors. Recognized as the “common currency” by which professionals are evaluated and necessary attainments for those wishing to enhance their status, recognition, skills & employability, both in the US and internationally, creating a compelling case for automotive careers.
To set the Standard for qualifications in the Paintless Dent Removal, Automotive mechanic, and first responder fields for safety, integrity and quality while preforming duties on vehicles.
Level 2 Certification Course Overview
• Course seminar (3-4hrs)
• Overview of safety equipment.
• Instructor demonstration of power-down procedure
• Written Test
• Candidate Performs Power-down Procedure
• What to Bring? A light snack or drink. No tools will be needed.