WFC Service Centre Ltd.

6-7 Robberds Way, Norwich, NR5 9JF


Automotive Technician Accreditation – ATA

ATA is a national voluntary scheme which tests the current competence of individuals working in the retail motor industry, who are committed to an ethical code of conduct. With the increasing complexity and sophistication of vehicles and a shortage of skilled individuals, there has never been a greater need for competent technicians. Many IMI Awards approved centres offer ATA assessments to gain accreditation in the different routes and levels of the scheme

A national standard of technical competence
All ATA registered individuals are skilled, tested and regulated. Visit our website to find your nearest business employing ATA registered automotive professionals.

The Automotive Technician Accreditation (ATA) scheme was launched to the industry on 15th June 2005 and has been accrediting excellence in the automotive sector for the past five years.

We`re proud to employ ATA registered Technicians

Regulated by the Institute of the Motor Industry, it aims to help you make an informed decision when searching for someone to work on your car.

All of our ATA registered Auto Technicians:

◦have the right skills to fix or service your car
◦are regularly tested
◦have signed a code of honest conduct
ATA Code of Conduct

All accredited technicians agree to abide by the following Code of Conduct:

  • Accept the Code of Conduct as a condition of Automotive Technician Accreditation registration
  • Uphold the standing of the profession and conduct themselves in such a manner as not to bring the profession into disrepute
  • At all times be strictly professional in their approach to the public, business colleagues and all those whom they meet in their day to day business activities
  • Maintain professional competence and skills in respect of all developments and legislation applicable to this profession (CPD)
  • Perform their duties and observe their responsibilities to their employers, staff and the public with integrity, courtesy and consideration
  • Take all reasonable steps to ensure that work undertaken by staff under their control is performed with integrity, courtesy and consideration
  • Not incur personal gain through abuse of their professional position
  • Work within the framework of the law at all times, particularly relating to the operation of the organisation with which they are connected
  • Respect the confidentiality of any information given by customers, employers, staff and suppliers
  • Not directly, indirectly or unfairly injure the reputation of another accredited technician
  • Encourage staff under their control to raise their educational standards and skill through training and development (CPD)
    • With an ATA registered Technician you can relax, safe in the knowledge that you're in good hands.


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