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Mon - Fri 08:30 - 17:00


Provided by Autoconsult

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This course has been designed to provide a highly practical and comprehensive insight into the entire structure of the global motor industry.  It covers twelve industry topics and explains how the whole industry works as well as considering important future issues and trends.  Learners will understand the role of key players including vehicle manufacturers, parts and component manufacturers and suppliers, dealers, logistics service providers and other key support services in bringing vehicles to market through to vehicle end-of-life and recycling. Upon successful completion candidates will receive a University of Buckingham Business School Certificate of Achievement.

This course is delivered by Autoconsult, Senior Automotive Industry Executives. University of Buckingham Business School Visiting Fellows.

Who is the course for?

This course is ideal for new recruits, graduates and younger members of staff, all levels of management, promotion candidates, those without any academic/automotive qualifications and anyone who would benefit from a better understanding of how the industry works.  


What will I get out of it?

You will be able to:

- Describe the structure of the global motor industry and how it works.

- Explain the role and interactions of key players from a global motor industry perspective.

- Understand important future issues and trends affecting the industry.



CPD Credit Value         14

Course Format             Classroom

Course Duration           2 days

Venue                           Fanshaws, IMI. Bespoke/in-house/international option also available


There are no events available for this course.


For information on dates, venues and booking a place on this course, please register your interest. You can register your interest by clicking the button below and completing the form, or by contacting the Professional Development team:

Tel: +44 (0) 1992 511521
Email: cpd@theimi.org.uk