Master the Vehicle Inspection Requirements Manual Your Way
Traditionally you’ve had to take time off work and attend day courses to learn the Vehicle Inspection Requirements Manual (VIRM). With VI Training courses you take control of your learning. Rather than having just one day to learn everything from the VIRM, you'll have 3 months to prepare yourself to sit the vehicle inspector exams.
This VI training course is designed to help you study for your WOF or COF inspectors certificate by teaching you how to effectively find the correct answers within the VIRM. The course also challenges you to answer questions from the VIRM in order to completely prepare you to complete your vehicle inspections certification.
In order to master the VIRM, the first thing you need to know is where do you look for answers
Your VI Training course focuses on teaching you how to effectively use the VIRM to find the answers you need. As long as you know how to use the VIRM, you'll be able to answer the following:
MANDATORY...................WHAT IT MUST HAVE
PERMITTED.................... WHAT CAN IT HAVE
PERFORMANCE............... DOES IT WORK
CONDITION.....................IS IT CLEAN, DAMAGED, WORN
MODIFICATION............... HAS IT BEEN CHANGED
Getting The Most From Your Vehicle Inspector Training Course
Once you've purchased your course, we recommend that you read the VIRM before you start testing your knowledge on the test questions. At the end of each question, you'll get a score so you know what areas you need to focus on. With each package giving you 3 months access, so you can practice until you're confident enough with the course material to sit the simulation exams.
When you're ready to check your knowledge simply start the simulation exam. This will simulate the real NZTA exam. After this, you'll be able to figure out how ready you are and your overall knowledge of the VIRM. You can also print out a full exam report to see your exam history and track your progress.
We can also provide practical training sessions, where we teach you how to use an "Inspection Procedure"