IMI Outstanding Achievement Awards categories announced

IMI accredited achievers to be recognised for first time

Published:  07 July, 2014

The IMI is once again looking for the best candidates, professionals and centre in the industry to be recognised at the Outstanding Achievers Awards 2014.

For the first year, the awards are also recognising the investment and excellence of IMI Accreditation Achievers of ATA in the newly added Outstanding Accredited Professional of the Year award for technical and customer facing roles.

IMI Accreditation for Managers, AMA, are also being recognised in the Outstanding Manager Award, where Managers have invested in their development and are able to demonstrate the impact on the business.

Last year there were 22 finalists at the Outstanding Achievers Awards 2013.  The winners were chosen for their skills, enthusiasm and performance across the year.  Winners and runners-up of the 2014 awards will receive a certificate of their achievement and prize vouchers for tools or retail, depending on the award

Outstanding Achievers Awards have grown in stature and, as a result, short listed candidates and centres will be invited to attend the awards ceremony at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire, where they will have an opportunity to meet HRH Prince Michael of Kent, patron of the IMI, and be joined by other finalists attending the event.

There are a number of ways to take part in this year's awards:

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Nominations are now open - closing date: Friday 18th July 2014.

OUTSTANDING MANAGEMENT AWARD - self-nomination category

CENTRE OF THE YEAR 2014 Categories:


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