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IMI Accreditation Roadside

The IMI Accreditation Roadside route is intended for technicians whose job role involves the assistance, recovery and repair of light vehicles at the roadside.


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There are four levels within IMI Accreditation Roadside:

Tyre Technician

The technician should be working in the tyre/recovery sector of the industry, attending vehicles that require assistance roadside. They should ideally have at least three months experience and have had relevant training to ensure they are competent with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to attend vehicles situated at the roadside

Assistance / Recovery Technician

The technician should be working in the roadside assistance/recovery sector of the industry, attending vehicles that require assistance at the side of the road. They should ideally have at least three months experience and have had relevant training to ensure they are competent with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to attend vehicles situated at the roadside.

Diagnostic Technician

The technician should be working in the light vehicle sector of the industry and ideally have at least three years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to diagnose system faults, rectify the faults including replacing components and return the vehicle systems to manufacturer specification. They should also be competent with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to attend vehicles situated at the roadside.

Master Technician

The technician should be working in the light vehicle sector of the industry and ideally have at least five years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to diagnose system faults, rectify the faults including replacing components, liaise with customers at all levels and be able to transfer their technical knowledge to others such as apprentices & technicians. They should also be competent with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to attend vehicles situated at the roadside.

         

         

Tyre Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:

Tyres - AOM 145 AOM 145
Hazard Awareness - Tyre AOM 156 AOM 156

This will normally be a half day assessment.

Assistance / Recovery Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following module:

Hazard Awareness - Assistance / Recovery AOM 155 AOM 155

This will normally be a half day assessment.

Diagnostic Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:

Vehicle Appraisal - AOM 151 AOM 151
Hazard Awareness - Assistance / Recovery AOM 155 AOM 155
Engine Mechanical Systems Diagnosis - AOM 157 AOM 157
Electrical System Diagnosis - AOM 158 AOM 158
Computer Based Test Equipment Diagnosis - AOM 159 AOM 159

This will normally be a one day assessment.

Master Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:

Electrical Systems - AOM 160 AOM 160
Computer Based Test Equipment - AOM 161 AOM 161
Instructional Support - 162 AOM 162

This will normally be a one-day assessment. Candidates wishing to accredit as an IMI Accreditation Roadside Master Technician are required to hold a valid IMI Accreditation Roadside Diagnostic Technician card during the IMI Accreditation Roadside Master Technician assessment process. The ‘hazard awareness – assistance / recovery (AOM 155)’ module must continue to be valid at all times.

Tyre Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following module:

Tyre - Theory AOM 154 AOM 154

This will be achieved by the successful completion of an on-line knowledge test.

Assistance / Recovery Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following module:

Assistance / Recovery - Theory AOM 169 AOM 169

This will be achieved by the successful completion of an on-line knowledge test.

Diagnostic Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:

Electrical System Diagnosis - AOM 158 AOM 158
Computer Based Test Equipment Diagnosis - AOM 159 AOM 159
Assistance / Recovery - Theory AOM 169 AOM 169

This may either be achieved through a one-day assessment or may be spread over the duration of the individual’s existing IMI Accreditation.  The ‘assistance / recovery’ (AOM169) module must continue to be valid at all times.

Master Technician

This level requires the technician to complete the following modules:

Electrical Systems - AOM 160 AOM 160
Computer Based Test Equipment - AOM 161 AOM 161
Assistance / Recovery - Theory AOM 169 AOM 169

This may either be achieved through a one-day assessment or may be spread over the duration of the individual’s existing IMI Accreditation.  The ‘assistance / recovery’ (AOM169) module must continue to be valid at all times.

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Wendy Hennessy

+44 (0) 1992 511521