The IMI facilitate interactive assessments/workshops designed for individuals who are, or who will be, directly involved in the assessment process for IMI Accreditation or the irtec Licensing Scheme.
The award provides formal recognition of an assessor’s competence and is available in disciplines such as:
Accident and Repair
AOM 133 – (Bonding and Mechanical Fastening following Researched Repair Methods)
Thursday 23rd February 2017 at Training 2000, Furthergate Business Park, Harwood Street, Blackburn, BB1 3BD
Thursday 2nd March 2017 at The IMI, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford, SG13 8PQ
Heavy Vehicle (irtec)
Management and Leadership
MOT Qualification Accredited Assessor Workshop
Other routes are available.
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Please Note: As part of the process to become an IMI Accredited Assessor you will be required to complete a multiple choice online assessment. This assessment is separated in to two parts as follows:
Part 1: 15 generic questions relating to IMI Accreditations, the Code of Conduct and assessing
Part 2: 25 questions which relate to the Accreditation route you have applied to assess. For example, if you have selected Light Vehicle Inspection the 25 questions will be technical questions relating to the Light Vehicle Inspection route.
To gain a ‘pass’ you will need to achieve a minimum of 60% for each of the two parts of the test and achieve an overall minimum of 80%.
The content of the Accredited Assessor workshop will cover all the knowledge you will require to pass the generic questions. However, the workshop will not contain any of the technical (route specific) content relating to the route in which you have applied to assess. It is expected that the candidate will already have the required technical knowledge and experience, specific to the route they want to assess.
If you require any additional information about the knowledge requirements of the specific route please refer to the overview document for that Accreditation route on the IMI website.
*Terms and conditions – Full payment must be received before the training/workshop takes place. Notification of cancellation must be received two weeks prior to the delivery of the workshop. Where notice is received two weeks before the workshop the candidate will be moved to the next available date. If cancellation is received with less than two weeks’ notice monies will be forfeited and a further full payment will be required in order to attend any future workshop.