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News: Chinese visitors learn motor industry skills

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Nottingham College's EMTEC department hosted a four-week Train the Trainer event for five teachers from China this summer, in which they completed an Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) award in servicing.

The Chinese visitors were from Chongqing Three Gorges College in central China. They came to Nottingham College for an intensive upskilling course, achieving the IMI award ATP 275 in servicing at its Ruddington (EMTEC) campus. They were also the first college in China to achieve the IMI award at Level 2 for electric/​Hybrid vehicles.

Nottingham College staff Paul Morrison and John Dornan were their instructors and assessors for this event.

The teachers noticeably improved over the time with us, gaining in confidence and enjoying the sights of the UK for the first time. 

 — John Dornan,

EMTEC Colleges Limited is part of Nottingham College. It focuses on raising standards, competence and professional recognition of individuals engaged in the global automotive industry.

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  • 11th September 2019 (4:53 PM)
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