Articles from Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI)

IMI announced as FAB Awards finalists

Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has been announced as a finalist for the FAB Awards 2017, in the 'Innovation of the Year' category for its MOT products.

Weighing up the options: Take on an EQA role, or become an EPAO?

Developing our #EPAO business: A view from @The_IMI  Just over three years ago, I took on a secondment to map out what part the IMI would play in the apprenticeship reforms. As an organisation containing a professional body, awarding body and sector skills council, there were a couple of options… take on the EQA role for automotive standards, or become an EPAO.

Cardiff & Vale College motor industry student receives Fellowship of the Motor Industry Bursary at IMI Recognition Awards

Naim Ahmed, who is currently completing his extended Diploma in Vehicle Refinishing @CAVC has had a significant boost to his studies with a £2,000 bursary from the @The_IMI Fellowship of the Motor Industry. 

Motor Industry Body Calls for Businesses to Embrace Apprenticeship Levy

WHAT’S NEEDED TO INJECT ENGAGEMENT IN APPRENTICESHIPS?

 

3m New Apprenticeships By 2020 Unrealistic

With the news that the target of creating 3m new apprenticeships by 2020 is now unrealistic - the professional body for the motor industry, Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), has warned of the damaging repercussions for businesses:

Industry body champions the next generation of automotive talent #WSUKLIVE

THE BEST OF AUTOMOTIVE TALENT HEADS TO WORLDSKILLS UK LIVE - 21-23 November – NEC Birmingham Industry body, the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), is continuing to champion automotive talent by taking 24 finalists to this year’s Worldskills UK Live competition in Birmingham.

Even after taking Apprenticeship #Levy and full supervision costs into account Apprentices can deliver 200% ROI

IMI ROI CALCULATOR PROVES APPRENTICES CAN DELIVER 175% - 200% RETURN ON INVESTMENT Latest version of IMI ROI Calculator shows apprentices make financial sense – even after taking Apprenticeship Levy and full supervision costs into account

IMI reaches 5,000 apprentices as End Point Assessment Organisation #EPAO

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.

Apprenticeship starts increase

APPRENTICESHIP STARTS INCREASE

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