Delphi’s Titan 10 technical Training Centre in Warwick has retained Centre Approval from the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), effective for three years.
This follows a detailed IMI audit process, completed at the Training Centre during October.
Luke Garratt, UK and Nordics Technical Services Manager at Delphi, said: “We’re delighted to have performed well and to be certificated for another three years. The training team worked exceptionally hard to facilitate the audit; it’s their ongoing care, commitment and attention to detail that enables us to deliver training that meets the IMI’s high standards.”
IMI Centre Approval covers a global network of over 600 training locations. Each is required to meet a range of performance criteria covering business aims, quality management, documented procedures, key personnel skills and record keeping. Premises, facilities and equipment are also checked carefully.
Delphi’s Training Prospectus 2.0 lists the training solutions available to the UK aftermarket. On-site training often forms part of a ‘blended learning’ experience alongside e-learning via the Delphi Academy. This is designed to makes it easy for garages to access and refer back to over 300 courses and modules.
Each of these online modules is IMI Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited. All Delphi EV training also brings IMI TechSafe professional recognition within the IMI Professional Register to demonstrate safe working practice and proof of competence.