The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) continues to focus on the wealth of support and resources it can offer to automotive industry professionals and their employers, as well as learners and their training centres, during the coronavirus pandemic. Whilst lending its voice to industry calls for a number of initiatives to help those in the sector during the current challenges, the industry body has also created a dedicated resource hub.
Standalone sections for members, centres, students and businesses provide input from the IMI experts as well as links to other sites for useful information. Topics cover employment and learning issues as well as a focus on wellbeing. The IMI’s close partnership with Ben, the motor industry charity, is also reflected in the hub with access to a variety of resources.
“The world continues to change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the IMI is working hard to make sure our members – and anyone else in the sector – get the services and support they need, for however long they need them”, said Steve Nash, CEO of the IMI. “It’s difficult to predict how the situation will develop, but we’ll remain flexible and adapt to any changes, and our COVID-19 hub will be constantly updated with new information and resources as the situation evolves.”