Inspection Technician is the most commonly taken as it examines the candidates’ knowledge.
To complete this, candidates should be competent at inspecting a commercial tyre (tubeless) and identifying faults. Eligibility to undertake the Inspection Technician route; you must be working in a commercial workshop and have a minimum of three years experience which needs to be identified.
All assessment centres require the Inspection Technician licence, which takes at least a day in your place of work.
Requirements are: access to an inspection area, a vehicle/rig to carryout an inspection on and Wifi access for exams. After successful completion of the exam and practical assessments you will be awarded an Inspection Technician accreditation/qualification, certificate, identification card and added to the IRTEC Technicians Directory (which lasts for five years).
Additional costs to training which are not included are additional transport, ferries, planes and hire vehicles.
Requirements are: access to an inspection area, a vehicle/rig to carryout an inspection on and Wifi access for exams.
3 practical assessments, online theory test (Technical – 30 questions – pass mark 60%).
Depending on your situation, you may be able to access a range of financial support available.