IMI launches online diagnostics eLearning

Free courses to brush-up skills

Published:  15 April, 2015

The IMI has launched a series of online vehicle diagnostics training modules enabling technicians to brush up on their skills.

IMI CEO Steve Nash comments "Up-skilling the sector is a central objective for IMI and the Jisc funding has provided us with an excellent opportunity to provide valuable CPD resources, free of charge to the sector. Modern vehicle technology continues to advance at pace and diagnostic expertise is becoming ever more critical part of the vehicle servicing process. It was this situation, coupled with the high profile of IMI and the established expertise of Tom Denton and his team that led Jisc to awarding us with the funds to develop these resources."

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