Automotive Apprenticeship Standards available from IMI

IMI are an Approved Assessment Organisation for the following motor vehicle apprenticeship standards.

Light Vehicle L3

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Light Vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician, Level 3 Automotive Apprenticeship Standard. Aspirant technicians will learn to service and repair light vehicles from simple replacement parts through to solving complex faults using diagnostic methods and equipment.

Bus & Coach L3

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Bus & Coach Engineering Technician, Level 3 Automotive Apprenticeship Standard. Apprentice will learn how to inspect, diagnose, repair and test equipment and systems on buses and coaches.

Heavy Vehicle L3

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Heavy Vehicle Service & Maintenance Technician, Level 3 Automotive Apprenticeship Standard. Apprentices will learn how to service, inspect and repair Heavy Vehicles in categories N2 and N3, their associated trailers and ancillaries.

Apprenticeships
in Development

There are a number of new Apprenticeship Standards in development for the motor industry. To see the current list of standards in development, click 'more info'

Working for IMI

IMI are looking for Item Writers to work with the Product Implementation Development team in the development of questions and assessments. This role would involve participating in workshops, focusing on the Automotive Apprenticeship Standards IMI are approved to deliver, initially between now and the end of March 2018. Writers will be remunerated for their time.

If you would like to be involved and have the necessary knowledge and skills in the subject areas please contact qualsdevelopment@theimi.org.uk to register your interest and find out more information.If you would like to be involved and have the necessary knowledge and skills in the subject areas please contact: qualsdevelopment@theimi.org.uk to register your interest and find out more information.

About the Apprenticeship Levy

Framework vs Standards

Frameworks

Frameworks include the completion of knowledge and competence based qualification through a quality assured training provision.

The Apprentice

Attend off-the-job training by the provider

Visited by the provider in the workplace

 

 

 

The Training Provider

Deliver a structured off the job training programme

Visit the apprentice in the workplace

Provide coaching and support in the workplace

 

 

The Employer

Allocate a mentor to support the apprentice

 

 

Standards

New standards typically focus on a number of gateways and an end-point assessment with an approved assessment organisation.

The Apprentice

Attend off-the-job training by the provider

Visited by the provider in the workplace

Compile evidence of tasks completed in the workplace

Undertake annual behavioural assessments and gateway tests

Complete an end-point assessment

The Training Provider

Deliver a structured off the job training programme

Provide gateway assessments

Typically host the end-point assessments

Provide support in the workplace, for the employer and the apprentice

Contribute to the annual behavioural assessments of the apprentice

The Employer

Allocate a mentor to coach and support the apprentice

Review progress and readiness for End-point Assessment

Contribute to the annual behavioural assessments of the apprentice