IMI LEVEL 2 AWARD IN ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
SCQF Level 5
Engineering

Course Overview
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Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Award in Electric and Vehicle Routine Maintenance is designed for technicians who maintain and repair electric and hybrid vehicles. You will learn the skills and knowledge required to work safely around a vehicle's high and low voltage and electric drive train systems while carrying out repairs and maintenance.  

On completion of this qualification you will have gained knowledge of both high and low voltage technologies and an understanding of their dangers. 

This is a two-day course taught at Edinburgh College’s Midlothian campus by teachers with industry experience. 
What You Will Learn
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  • Electric and Hybrid Vehicle System Components and Operation 
  • Understand the Hazards Surrounding Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 
  • How to Reduce the Risks to Yourself and Others  
  • How to Safely Prepare the Vehicle When Carrying out Routine Maintenance  
  • Working Safely 
Entry Requirements
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  • There are no mandatory qualifications for this  but a trade qualification would be desirable. 
  • How the course is assessed
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    The award requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge and skills via: 

    • IMI set oral assessment 
    • IMI set practical assessment 
    • IMI set online test 

     

    Progression And Articulation Routes
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    • Level 3 Award in Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Repair and Replacement offered at Edinburgh College 
    Career Opportunities
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    This course will enable you to continue to work and progress within the electric and hybrid trade 
    Number Of Days Per Week
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    • This qualification is delivered over 2 consecutive days at our Midlothian campus. Bespoke delivery of the course on different days or at a different location may be available. 
    Course Cost And Funding Options
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    Fee: £296 Midlothian part-time (year 1)
    Student Stories
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    Edinburgh College automotive engineering student, Anthony Mailer, was awarded first place in the IMI Skil lAuto Technology Qualifiers, beating five students from three other UK colleges at the Henry Ford Academy.  

    “It’s been phenomenal, the whole experience. I couldn’t believe it when they called out my name as the winner of the first heat.” 

    Read more of our student stories here. 
    Start Date and Time
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    Part Time

    This course will start on…
    • Tuesday 09/11/2021
    • Monday 29/11/2021
    • Monday 06/09/2021
    • Monday 25/10/2021
    • Monday 13/12/2021
    End Date
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    Part Time

    This course will end on...
    • Wednesday 10/11/2021
    • Tuesday 30/11/2021
    • Tuesday 07/09/2021
    • Tuesday 26/10/2021
    • Tuesday 14/12/2021
    Course Delivery
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    FULL TIME PART TIME EVENING OPEN LEARNING BLOCK RELEASE
    GRANTON x x x x x
    MIDLOTHIAN x
    APPLY
    x x x
    MILTON RD x x x x x
    SIGHTHILL x x x x x
    OUTREACH x x x x x

    Courses may be subject to alteration or cancellation


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