Industry body continues to help motor retail sector plug the skills gap Industry body, the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), is continuing to work with the motor retail sector to address the skills gap. Significantly, it has now reached 5,000 registered apprentices forend point assessment, underlining the level of demand for a clear pathway for new talent wanting to enter the industry. The strong engagement puts IMI on target to become the first choice EndPoint Assessment Organisation (EPAO) for the automotive sector.
The Annual Institute of Motor Industry Dinner (6th March 2019) saw industry heroes celebrated and the professional body’s goals for supporting the motor retail sector for the future laid out. Taking place just days before International Women’s Day, it was fitting that women took centre stage at the event.