The minimum entry requirement is a 3 years industrial experience OR a Level 3 S/NVQ (or equivalent qualification) plus at least one year’s experience in a relevant industrial environment.
In order to achieve an irtec licence, a technician must first carry out an hour-long theory (Under Pinning Knowledge) test at an irtec-approved assessment centre, before completing a practical assessment.
Practical assessments are carried out at an irtec-approved assessment centre, although they can be carried out in the workplace (under controlled conditions) by an irtec-approved assessor (additional charges may be applicable).
Once accredited, irtec technicians agree to abide by the irtec code of conduct, receive a licence card, certificate and are placed on the irtec technicians register. As an additional benefit, irtec licence holders are eligible to apply for a free Halfords Trade Card.
The practical assessments in the Advanced Technician licence are as follows:
- Braking Systems
- Vehicle Electronic Systems
- Engine Mechanical Systems
- Transmission Systems
- Suspension and Steering Systems
Once you have completed the Under Pinning Knowledge theory test, you have 12 months in which to successfully complete all the practical assessments.
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