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L2 Diploma in Multi-Skilled Vehicle Collision Repair

Who is it suitable for?

The purpose and aim of these vocational competence qualification (VCQs) is to provide individuals, aged 16+ who work as accident repair specialists at independent garages and body repair centres, with qualifications which demonstrate their competence, skills and knowledge.

For some, the L2 qualification could provide useful recognition of their professional competence to aid their step from one job role to another, e.g. moving into supervisory and/or management roles. For others, it could prepare them for progression to further learning and training.


As accident repair specialists, learners are required to be multi-disciplined. Therefore to be awarded this qualification, learners must demonstrate that they are able to perform their job competently across a set of body (panel), paint and MET (Mechanical Electrical Trim) units.


On completion there is the possibility of onward progression to a Level 3 qualification and further training to become a Team Leader.


Learners must provide evidence of their occupational competence in the workplace, against each unit’s learning outcomes, assessment criteria and where required, evidence requirements.

In addition, learners must pass IMI set assessments for:

  • maintenance and repair of electric vehicles (L2)
  • electric vehicle system repair and replacement (L3).
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Please contact an IMI approved centre.

  • Additional information

This IMI VCQ also forms the competence component of Intermediate Apprenticeship (L2) and Advanced Apprenticeship (L3) framework for Multi-skilled Vehicle Collision Repair. There is one pathway per level; 'Multi-skilled Auto Repair'. Please note this framework is owned by Barking & Dagenham College/Fix Auto, not the IMI SSC. Any queries with regard to this framework should be addressed to:

Janet Bywater Barking & Dagenham College
Room K2, Dagenham Road, Romford RM7 0XU.
T: 02080 903 020
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However IMI SSC ( is still responsible for processing the Apprenticeship completion certificates for all motor vehicle frameworks. Therefore all providers need to use ACE online to process their claim.

 View this qualification on the Register of Regulated Qualifications