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IMI Accreditation Electric Vehicle Technician (ATA)

Course Code - AUBS11

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Course Summary

The IMI Accreditation Electric Vehicle route is intended for technicians whose job role involves the inspection maintenance and repair of light vehicles, as well as those involved in accident repair bodyshops (i.e. MET, Panel, Paint, VDA).

It provides the knowledge required to work safely around a vehicle’s Electric/Hybrid system, while carrying out repairs or maintenance.

On completing this course, technicians will have gained both knowledge of high voltage Electric/Hybrid and an understanding of their dangers.

This qualification will be presented and held as a continual professional development route - valid for 3 years.

At the end of the course you will be assessed on the following practical assessments and you will complete an online multiple choice test.

  • Safe Working Practices - AOM081
  • High Voltage Battery Replacement – AOM082
  • High Voltage Component Replacement – AOM083

This is a two day course


Course Prerequisites

Technicians must be able to work unsupervised, ideally they should be in full-time employment with at least 2 years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to service, maintain and repair vehicles fitted with high voltage batteries/components suchs as Hybrid or Electric vehicles.

Additional Information

IMI Application Form can be found HERE

Please return completed application forms to at least 1 week prior to attending the course.

Please bring boots and overalls with you when attending this course.

This is a two-day course and Assessment


AOM081, AOM082 and AOM083

If you have any questions in relation to this course, please do not hesitate to email

Key Benefits

The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of the fundamentals of these systems.

  • Identification of the components that make the Electric/Hybrid system
  • Safety precautions to be taken before carrying out any repair procedures on Electric/Hybrid vehicles
  • The identification of high voltage cabling and associated components
  • The precautions required when working with Electric/Hybrid components
  • The possibility of the hybrid system affecting repairs on other vehicle systems
  • The procedures require to make safe the Electric/Hybrid system before carrying our repair activities
  • The precautions taken prior to removing and placing high voltage components, including correct PPE and tooling
  • How to connect an additional 12-volt power source to an Electric/Hybrid vehicle and also a high voltage power supply.

Who Should Attend?

Technicians, with a minimum of 2 years experience, who wish to gain a nationally-recognised accreditation.

Course Certification

IMI Certificated - IMI Certification fee of £63.00 will be added at checkout.

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