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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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