Who is the course for?
The ATA Senior MET AOM route is intended for technicians looking to achieve reaccreditation, whose job role involves the repair of vehicles typically involved in accidents or similar incidents.
To satisfy the requirements of reaccreditation, technicians must already hold an NVQ Level 3 or ATA card in the same discipline, which has been achieved in the last three years.
What are the assessment methods?
This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:
- SRS – scan tools
- MET – complex
- Vehicle electrical – complex fault
- Four wheel alignment – interpretation of data
How long is the course?
We conduct the AOMs over one day.
Are there any additional costs for the course?
The assessment fee includes registration, assessment, certification and hospitality. The College does not charge VAT.
What are the progression options?
One of our other body repair related short courses such as:
- BSI welding accreditation
- High strength steel awareness
- Introduction to vehicle electrics
- Four wheel steering geometry