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Mechanical Electrical Trim (MET) – Senior Technician IMI Accreditation

Description:

Full Route – £1070 + VAT (Training and Assessment) | 3 days
Re-Accreditation – £690 + VAT (Training and Assessment) | 2 days
The IMI Accreditation MET route is intended for technicians whose job role involves the repair of vehicles typically involved in accidents or similar incident circumstances.

The technician should be working in the accident repair 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 replace various components, including returning vehicle systems to manufacturer specification and diagnosing system faults.

IMI Accreditation Senior MET Technician requires re-accreditation every 3 Years

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Aim:

entry requirements:

The IMI Accreditation MET route is intended for technicians whose job role involves the repair of vehicles typically involved in accidents or similar incident circumstances.

Useful information

IMI Accreditation Senior MET Technician Full Route
1 day – Training £310 + VAT (Optional)
2 days – Assessment £760 + VAT

Course content includes assessments on the following Modules:

  • AOM – 006: Remove and Refit Mechanical, Electrical and Trim (MET) Components – Complex
  • AOM– 007: Vehicle Electrical – Complex Fault Finding and Rectification
  • AOM – 008: Vehicle Suspension
  • AOM – 012: Four Wheel Alignment – Return to Specification
  • AOM – 081: High Voltage – Safe Working Module
  • AOM – 194: Remove and Refit a Front Door Control Module

IMI Accreditation Senior MET Technician Re-accreditation

1 day – Training £310 + VAT (Optional)

1 day – Assessment £380 + VAT

Course content includes assessments on the following Modules:

  • AOM– 007: Vehicle Electrical – Complex Fault Finding and Rectification
  • AOM – 008: Vehicle Suspension
  • AOM – 081: High Voltage – Safe Working Module
Date last updated:25 February 2021