The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has been announced as a finalist for the FAB Awards for its MoT products.
The IMI developed an MoT annual training and assessment package that has since serviced nearly 40,000 MoT Testers and has now been selected as an awards finalist in the FAB Awards' 'innovation of the year' category for the scheme.
The introduction of an annual assessment for all testers, set by DVSA, has seen the IMI become market leaders within the MoT training sector.
The Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB) is a trade association that represents over 125 organisations that award vocational qualifications in the UK and over 20 stakeholder organisations.
The awards were developed to recognise the contributions made by awarding organisations and their employees to education and skills.
IMI chief executive Steve Nash (pictured) said: “These awards demonstrate the outstanding work taking place across education in the UK.
"The IMI will continue to develop award-worthy training products to enable the automotive sector to thrive through the changes that arise.”
The winners of the FAB awards will be announced on October 19, in conjunction with the FAB Conference at the Marriott Hotel, Leicester.