What does ATA actually mean for you and your vehicle?
Read on to find out....
Automotive Technician Accreditation is a national voluntary scheme which tests the current competence of individuals working in the retail motor industry, who are committed to an ethical code of conduct.
About ATA All ATA registered individuals are skilled, tested and regulated. The ATA scheme is governed by the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) who are the professional association and Sector Skills Council for the retail automotive industry.
ATA was established in 2005 and has developed to incorporate 16 automotive disciplines. Each route content and structure are frequently reviewed to ensure they remain relevant and current to support the skills need in the sector.
Motorists ATA is an individual’s proof of current competence in their specific discipline. Each individual with an ATA accreditation has completed a series of knowledge and practical assessments to demonstrate their skills and has signed up to an ethical Code of Conduct.