vda

The Vehicle Damage Assessor (VDA) route is intended for individuals whose job role involves the estimating of vehicle damage repairs which are involved in accidents or similar incident circumstances.

There is one level of job role within IMI Accreditation VDA:

Vehicle Damage Assessor

The individual should be working in the accident repair sector of the industry and have at least three years experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to determine the vehicle damage, identify the correct safe repair method to return the vehicle back to its pre accident condition.

PRICE & BOOKING

VDA FULL ROUTE:

Course Cost (via Invoice): £1572

Course Cost (via PayPal): £1625

VDA REACCREDITATION:

Course Cost (via Invoice): £852

Course Cost (via PayPal): £881

If you would like to book a place please complete the application form below. Once submitted, you will be provided with available dates and taken through to the payment screen.

Section One – Your Details:

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Section Two – Accreditation Application:

Note. Please inform the assessment centre if you require any special assessment arrangements (e.g. an interpreter) at the time you submit this application

Please select the level that you want to become accredited:

Vehicle Damage Assessor
Vehicle Damage Assessor AOM

Section Three - Career History:

Previous positions (over the last five years, starting with the most recent. Use box below if necessary)

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Section Four – Qualifications:

Details of relevant vocational and professional qualifications. Please attach COPIES of certificates and any supplementary information you may feel appropriate, e.g. current C.V. We regret that we are unable to return copies of certificates received.

Section Five – Registration on Accredited Technician Database:

Upon successful completion of your assessment, you will be registered on the Automotive Technician Accreditation database. As part of this process, you are required to read and sign the Code of Conduct printed below to signify your acceptance:

Code of Conduct:
  • Accept the Code of Conduct as a condition of Automotive Technician Accreditation registration
  • Uphold the standing of the profession and conduct themselves in such a manner as not to bring the profession into disrepute
  • At all times be strictly professional in their approach to the public, business colleagues and all those whom they meet in their day to day business activities
  • Maintain professional competence and skills in respect of all developments and legislation applicable to this profession (CPD)
  • Perform their duties and observe their responsibilities to their employers, staff and the public with integrity, courtesy and consideration
  • Take all reasonable steps to ensure that work undertaken by staff under their control is performed with integrity, courtesy and consideration
  • Not incur personal gain through abuse of their professional position
  • Work within the framework of the law at all times, particularly relating to the operation of the organisation with which they are connected
  • Respect the confidentiality of any information given by customers, employers, staff and suppliers
  • Not directly, indirectly or unfairly injure the reputation of another accredited technician
  • Encourage staff under their control to raise their educational standards and skill through continuing professional development (CPD)

Section Six – Declaration:

I hereby apply for inclusion to the Automotive Accredited Technician register. I confirm that the information supplied in support of my application is correct, that I have not been convicted of any offence relating to my employment in the motor industry, and that nothing has been withheld that would affect my suitability for inclusion.

I accept the above Code of Conduct as a condition of my being registered on the Automotive Technician database.

I consent to this information being collated, stored and released for the purposes of Automotive Technician Accreditation and its register, both in written and electronic format. This will be done in line with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1988.

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