Pin: Password:
2019/20: IMI Level 3 Extended Diploma in Motorsport Maintenance

Who is it suitable for?

This Vocationally Related Qualification (VRQ) is ideal for school and college learners aged 16-19, as well as 19+ learners wishing to enter into the motorsport maintenance sector of the Automotive Industry.
Learners will gain the specialist skills and knowledge required to kick start their technical career.


This Extended Diploma provides individuals a broad breadth of learning within four Applied Units. The criteria are contextualised for the retail motor industry. The Applied Units include:

  • Vehicle Science
  • Vehicle Maths
  • ICT for Vehicle Repair
  • Electric & Electronics

A key aspect of the IMI Extended Diplomas is their close relationship to Life Skills, i.e. Functional Skills / ESW. Candidates also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace.

This qualification is practical and engaging to motivate and support learners to gain key knowledge and skills required by motorsport maintenance employers.

With mandatory requirement for employer engagement, learners get the opportunity to experience the real workplace environment.

This qualification can be taken full or part time and is also approved on the DfE KS5 2019 Performance Tables.

To see the full list of 2019 KS5 performance tables, please click here.

This qualification has been awarded UCAS points click here for more information


Upon achieving this qualification, learners can progress onto further training and education in automotive and engineering subjects (including apprenticeship) or to a job role in the motorsport maintenance sector.

For this qualification, learners must complete:

  • Online Assessments - Each mandatory group has an online assessment. Optional and additional units chosen may also require online assessment to be taken.
  • Core Unit (synoptic assessment) - This assessment is achieved through completion of unit Group B. It assesses both skills and knowledge obtained from Mandatory units.
  • Portfolio of evidence - This is required to prove learning outcomes are achieved through practical and tasks performed. IMI provide sample support material of practical and written tasks for optional use.

Want to know more?

Please contact an IMI approved centre.

View this qualification on the Register of Regulated Qualifications.

Professional or Trade Body Letters of Support

MIA Letter of Support

IMI Letter of Support

Employer Letters of Support

Suzuki Letters of Support

TEG Letter of Support

Motor Trades GTA Letter of Support

Declared Purpose Statement Level 3 Motorsport Extended Diploma