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Know More about the Light Vehicle Inspection Course

Know more about the Light Vehicle Inspection Course

If you are thinking of becoming an MOT Tester but are worried about learning the MOT Testing guide and DVSA standards. You'll be pleased to hear that the DVSA will now recognise the IMI Accreditation Light Vehicle Inspection as evidence of exemption from the MOT exam. The IMI (formerly known as ATA Accreditation) Light Vehicle Technician Accreditation is the first step toward earning the MOT Tester certification. Also, IMI Accreditation is a realistic, non-academic way to demonstrate individual capability by showing existing competence, knowledge, and skills as a documented proof.

Firstly, IMI Accreditation is a voluntary national programme that assesses the current competence of individuals employed in the retail automotive industry who adhere to a code of ethics. IMI Accreditation is appropriate for technicians employed in several automotive industries (e.g. light vehicle or motorcycle maintenance, roadside assistance, accident repair, auto glazing, parts distribution and customer service, sales and finance and insurance etc.). There has never been a greater need for qualified technicians than now, with the growing complexity and sophistication of vehicles and a scarcity of skilled individuals. The IMI Professional Register lists all IMI Accreditation winners. IMI Accreditations are valid for three years to ensure that individuals keep up with vehicle technologies and ever-evolving repair methods. Light vehicle inspection courses are offered by IMI accredited centres to help mechanics advance in their careers.

The Light Vehicle Inspection course is for technicians or mechanics who test, maintain, and repair light vehicles as part of their work. In this course, controlled practical assessment is designed for technicians whose job duties include light vehicle inspection, servicing, and repair.

Requirements for LVI course:

• The Course Attending technicians must have the ability to function independently.
• They should ideally have at least three years of full-time experience to be familiar with the expertise, knowledge, and techniques needed for vehicle maintenance, inspection, and system diagnostics.

Who should come to the course:

• Technicians with at least four years of experience in this automobile sector and willing to progress their career to become MOT testers.
• Technicians with at least three years of experience who want to earn a nationally recognised certification are accepted.
• Young aspirants who want to kick start their career in the field of Automobile servicing and testing.
• The technicians want the acknowledgement of their skills and competencies.

Course outline:

Enrolled candidates will have to complete a plethora of practical and knowledge based assessments successfully to gain the Level 3 Light Vehicle Technician Certificate. This course will enhance the ability to inspect vehicles for engine and electrical problems. You'll concentrate on all aspects of the light vehicle, such as
• Body
• Corrosion
• Suspension systems
• Steering
• Braking systems
• Wheels and Tyres
• Vehicle Electrics
The variety of practical and knowledge-based assessments are structured in the five elements
• Steering, Suspension, Wheels & Tyres.
• Vehicle Electrics.
• Vehicle Emission Systems.
• Vehicle Appraisal.
• Vehicle Braking Systems.

To familiarise yourself with the components of the learning, please visit our light vehicle technician certificate course.

This certification would attest to the technician's ability to use emission-testing equipment on both petrol and diesel light vehicles, as well as correctly analyse the effects of these tests. On completion of this assessment, students will be able to inspect a vehicle thoroughly, diagnose problems, and make necessary repairs.