Tyre training

IMI-accredited courses for tyre fitters

Published:  15 February, 2013

Garage equipment supplier Tyre Bay Direct will be holding a series of IMI-accredited courses.

The new course is held over two half days, with a day of theory and a full day of practical, followed by a half day assessment. The programme covers health and safety, run-flat technologies,  safe tyre removal and replacement of tyres. Successful candidates will receive an IMI Quality Approved Award in High Performance Light Vehicle Tyre Fitting and this award will also count as a credit towards the nationally recognised Technical Certificate in Vehicle Fitting.

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