Autotech Training cuts the cost of EV training

New IMI Electric Hybrid Vehicle training bundle covers levels 2 - 4

Autotech Training cuts the cost of EV training

Autotech Training has created an electric vehicle training bundle which will save attendees booking all three IMI Electric Hybrid Vehicle courses from Level 2 – 4, £299 per person.

The offer is wrapped up in four days of learning with Levels 2 and 3 courses carried out across two consecutive days, and the two-day Level 4 course taking place as soon as Level 3 certification has been received.

Rather than booking all three courses individually, Autotech Training is offering a discounted bundle offer of £1,299 – almost £300 cheaper than booking each course separately – when the courses are booked at the same time.

The courses can either be carried out within Autotech Training’s dedicated EV Training Suite in Milton Keynes, which features an electric car for hands on learning, or on the premises of any garage or business.

The latter not only enables employers to keep travel expenses down but keeps downtime to an absolute minimum.

Highly experienced trainers will deliver the course and bring an electric vehicle to enable candidates to put the theory into practice.

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    Bit of a fudding thing to do. Someone paid over the odds, now the fud up the road gets their money’s worth.

    Never really found anywhere where you can get information eg adblue, egr, dpf, chip tuning etc. Your happy to pay but non to buy.

    Along comes fudding electric cars with their fire hazards on wheels
    And everyone doing ‘training’ but no nitty gritty information.

    IMI are fudding useless, only interested in money and lots of it
    How many fudding electric cars do you have to work on to break even, let alone make a profit.

    Meat-Head BPB BSC OHPEF CPA FET RSAL2x4

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