IMI webinar programme available for viewing

Published:  22 June, 2020

The IMI has been running a programme of webinars intended to give both individuals and businesses practical support and insight on key industry issues as the impact of COVID-19 continues to challenge the sector.

The following webinars have been held, and are available to be reviewed via the IMI’s COVID-19 Hub: www.theimi.org.uk/landing/covid-19/webinars.php

Supporting automotive through lockdown and beyond

IMI CEO Steve Nash and IMI Head of Membership Products and Services Mark Armitage are joined by Kelly Gibson, Head of Employment Law at Taylor & Emmet to look at the support and resources available to the sector.

The Cashflow Clinic

Tips and techniques from KPMG and the IMI Andrew Burn, Partner and Head of Automotive, KPMG and IMI CFO Simon James offer answers to many urgent business, finance and cashflow questions.

Regulatory framework

Mark Armitage, IMI Product Manager Lindsey Mitchell, IMI External Quality Manager – North Adrian Stevenson, and IMI Head of External Quality – South Adrian Marshall, look at the impact the regulatory framework will have on IMI qualifications.

Preparing your business for the “New Normal"

IMI CEO Steve Nash, Head of Business Development Steve Scofield and Gordon Grant, Global Sales Director at CitNOW examine how workplaces are adapting post-lockdown.

Learning in Lockdown

Mark Armitage, along with other learning experts discuss ways to maintain development and training in a virtual and social distancing world.

Your business survival guide

Andy Savva, The Garage Inspector, and other aftermarket business experts offer advice on keeping staff and business owners safe during this unprecedented time.

Motivation, Mental Health & The Motor Industry 

Mental health and resilience coach James Elliott and Carl Williams, Director at Williams Management Consultancy look at the mental health challenge by posed lockdown, and offer up ideas for staying motivated.

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