Who is the course for?
IMI Accreditation Electric Vehicle, formerly ATA, is for technicians whose job role involves the inspection, maintenance and repair of electric and hybrid vehicles.
What does the course involve?
This accreditation will certify your ability to identify high voltage cabling and components and follow procedures before removing or disarming HV safety devices, measure any voltages to recognise if the vehicle is in a safe condition for service or repair work, and advise when a vehicle is ‘safe’ for others to perform maintenance tasks or repair procedures on. In addition, it shows that you have the knowledge to select the correct tools and equipment throughout the task.
To attain IMI Accreditation, you will be required to successfully complete a range of practical and knowledge-based assessments. IMI Accreditation is achieved through full assessment, which involves the completion of all assessments at the Electric Vehicle Technician level.
What makes this course special?
Accreditation complies with industry-agreed standards and codes, including BS10125 / PAS 125, providing proof of current competence, recognition of skills and provision of a safe working model.
Preferably three years experience in the industry.
What are the assessment methods?
You will be assessed for competence in three areas by practical and on line assessments in the following areas:
- Safe Working Practices
- High Voltage Battery Replacement
- High Voltage Component Replacement
How long is the course?
What are the progression options?
If you are interested in Electric Vehicle, you may also wish to consider:
- Light Vehicle