We can offer a range of courses to suit those working with Electric and Hybrid vehicles, up to IMI level 4 Techsafe standard.
L1 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Awareness – suited for those working alongside EV and hybrids but not actually working on them, showroom staff, sales, valets etc. One day course
L2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Hazard Management for Emergency and Recovery Personnel – Suited to emergency services, and those recovering EV and hybrid vehicles. One day course
L2 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicles Routine Maintenance Activities Suited to technicians doing routine servicing on EV and hybrid vehicles. One day course.
L3 Award in Electric/Hybrid Vehicle System Repair and Replacement – Suited to technicians who service and repair faults on EV and hybrid vehicles. One day course for those who already have the L2 award.
We can run the L2 and L3 courses back to back so technicians with existing experience can rapidly achieve their L3 status.
Level 4 Award in the Diagnosis, Testing and Repair of Electric/Hybrid Vehicles and Components – Suited to advanced technicians who need to work on live high voltage systems, such as repairing high voltage battery packs.
|EV 2.1||Level 2 Hazard Management||1 day||£499+VAT|
|EV 2.2||Level 2 Maintenance and Repair||1 day||£499+VAT|
|EV 3||Level 3 Repair and Replacement||1 day||£599+VAT|
|EV 2+3||Combined EV 2.2 and EV 3||2 days||£699+VAT|
|EV 4||Level 4 Testing and Repair||2 days||£799+VAT|
To join the IMI Techsafe standard There are three steps:
First you you must gain one of the above qualifications at level 2 or above.
Then join the IMI Professional Register where customers can look up who is qualified to work on their cars.
Finally you need to maintain the standard level of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by keeping up with the latest developments, doing short courses etc.
Here’s a link to the IMI professional register page, you can look up who’s qualified near you!