Level 3 Light Vehicle Inspection

Course Overview

Our Light Vehicle Inspection course is the first step in becoming an MOT Tester. It is intended for technicians whose job role involves the inspection, maintenance, and repair of light vehicles. We offer the course as a 1-day assessment, for those technicians with experience. Alternatively, a 3-day course for technicians with minimal experience or starting your automotive career.

Modules covered in the course include the inspection of emissions, electrical, braking, steering & suspension systems, the overall vehicle inspection, and vehicle appraisal system. During the course, you will be working in our purpose-built training facility with the latest equipment. By the end of this course, you will have gained the skills and knowledge required to perform a vehicle inspection.  In summary, once you’ve gained your ATA Light Vehicle Inspection Technician Accreditation, you can take the next steps towards your MOT Tester Licence.  The next course, would be our Class 4 & 7, click here for further information. 

Light Vehicle Inspection Course

Requirements

Ideally, technicians should be in full-time employment with a minimum of 3 years of experience.  This is to ensure you are familiar with the techniques for vehicle servicing, inspection & system diagnosis. Depending on your experience, you will need to either complete the 1-day or 3 -day course. A pre-assessment will be completed to determine which course is suitable for you.  Check out How to Become an MOT Tester in 3 Simple Steps.

For more information, visit the IMI or ABC Awards for qualification details.

To make an enquiry, contact us.