IMIA Level 1 Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance
You Will Study:
- IMIA Level 1 Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
- Functional Skills Maths and English
|Entry Requirements:||A profile of GCSEs at a grade E and F or above, including Maths and English|
|Start Date:||September 2014|
On this course, you will learn and demonstrate your skills in our modern, industry standard workshops.
You will also be able to show off your skills and learn new ones at different exhibitions and competitions, including the Suffolk Show
We also have a close relationship with local employers within the automotive industry, which will help you learn how to improve your employability skills.
This foundation programme of study has been designed to give you a general introduction to a broad range of basic motor vehicle and accident repair skills. Practical activities are completed in fully resourced workshops led by highly competent and qualified staff. You will also study technical units to develop skills and knowledge associated with vehicle maintenance in both mechanical and body repair aspects to prepare you for further study in this area of work. You must pass all practical and theory elements of the programme to achieve this nationally recognised qualification.
98% of students who completed this programme have gone into either employment or progressed onto the next level.
On completion of this qualification, students can progress to a Level 2 programme in either Light Vehicle or Accident Repair or an Apprenticeship Programme.
Student Case Study
Ashley Ireland said: “In year 1 there were the opportunities to study different disciplines in both light vehicle and accident repair, this gave me a good understanding of both industry areas to make a selective choice in year 2. It also made me more employable as I could then demonstrate a mixture of skills. After this year I have decided to do Accident Repair and I am enjoying my course”
How Do I Apply
Come along to one of our open events and apply or alternatively online.
This course information sheet is available in a different format e.g. large font or electronically, contact the information team on 01473 382211
The information contained within this Information Sheet is correct at May 2014.