IMI Qualification In EV/Hybrid Repair Level 2 & IMI Accreditation Cosmetic Repair

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EV Level 2 Details

Course Duration

The course duration is one day (9am - 5pm) at our Training Centre. 

Course Location

The course will take place at our TDN Training Centre in Peterborough, UK. We also offer the option for on-site Training, providing the minimum candidate requirements are met. Please get in touch for a personalised estimate.

Who is this course designed for?

This IMI Award is designed for all technicians who maintain and repair hybrid technology vehicles, but not the Hybrid system itself. It contains the knowledge to power down and work safely around the vehicle and it's high voltage components.

Why should I do this course?

These qualifications are the first of their kind to address hybrid electric vehicles’ technologies. They are required to ensure the safety of technicians working on high voltage hybrid vehicles. On completion of this ‘single unit’ qualification, technicians will have gained knowledge of high voltage hybrid technologies and an understanding of their dangers.

Will I get a Certificate?

Yes. Upon completion of your course, you will receive an official IMI personalised certificate in the post.

The Course Structure:

The Theory Test

An Instructor led course that delivers all knowledge needed to be able to work safely and confidently power down Electric or Hybrid vehicles. This course, as opposed to our online lesson, allows the candidates to discuss and ask questions throughout the delivery, giving more understanding and deeper knowledge of the key components and the hazards we face. The candidates will then participate in a written methods document and then a small test on the knowledge learnt throughout the day. 

The PPR (Personal Protection Equipment)

The candidates will be able to see, feel and wear all of the protective equipment needed to carry out repairs on an EV/Hybrid vehicle. Again, this is a benefit most don’t receive with online classes. 

The Practical Test

The instructor will use a live vehicle to point out the components and general make up of this type of vehicle using vehicle schematics  He/she will then demonstrate the power down procedure as per the manufacturer's methods. The candidates will then perform the power down using the correct process and methods on a one to one basis with the instructor present to make sure it is being carried out in a safe manner. On successful completion the candidate will be qualified to power down vehicles and will come away with the knowledge which will safeguard them and their clients on any EV/Hybrid repairs. 

 

IMI Cosmetic Repair Details

Course Duration

The course duration is one day (9am - 5pm) at our Training Centre. 

Course Location

The course will take place at our TDN Training Centre in Peterborough, UK. 

Who is this Accreditation designed for?

This Accreditation is for all PDR Technicians who have been working within this industry for at least 2 years to ensure they are familiar with the techniques and methods used in Paintless Dent Removal (PDR).

Will I get a Certificate?

Yes. Upon completion of your course, you will receive an official IMI personalised certificate in the post.

The course Structure:

PDR Flat Panel Repair - 1 hour

A normal door dent repair proving competence for the most straight forward repair of the test. With no obstructions the technician needs to show he/she has the correct knowledge with regards to the methods and tool selection required to repair the damage in a clean manner. Making the damage flat and back to factory condition with no alterations to the orange peel of the paint or any damage to the underside of the panel.

PDR Swage Line Repair - 1 hour

A more complex dent which incorporates various stress points in the metal that will need to be addressed in the correct sequence allowing for a clean and successful repair. The body line will need to be rebuilt without any deterioration to the paint or high spots changing the factory finish.

PDR Restricted Access Repair - 1 hour

This damage is in an area where the technician has to carefully select the tools that will gain access behind the dent. These tools able to be used are a lot thinner, maximum diameter 1/4”, and sharper so more controlled pushes will be needed to execute the repair returning the area back to factory specification.

MET - Minor

An important part of PDR is being able to access the reverse side of the damage. To do this often requires the technician to remove parts such as tail lights and door cards. We check that the technician obtains the correct manufacturer methods and follows these to remove and replace the parts without damaging clips and trims or interfering with any sensors and associated components.

Visual Vehicle Appraisal

The technician must show an understanding of what type of damage is suitable for PDR and advise other suitable repairs if necessary. We need to make sure that the technician is advising the correct method to ensure no unnecessary liability arises as a result of giving the wrong advice. For example, a simple bumper scuff may have caused more damage than is apparent, including sensor misalignment. In this case more investigation is needed or calibration required rather than just referring for a smart repairer.

PDR Technician UPK Assessment

This part is a controlled theory test performed through the IMI portal. It concludes the assessment day and proves the technician is competent in general vehicle repair as  well understanding general legislation and health and safety laws.