This qualification covers the technical needs of today’s motor vehicle repair industry, working on all types of light vehicles. It’s ideal for anyone looking to be a vehicle technician or mot tester. Challenge in a practical working environment.
Covering all light vehicle technologies at an advanced level, learners will be expected to carry out practical diagnostic fault-finding tasks. As a practical-based course, it provides the essential knowledge to be a service technician working on cars and vans in all types of garages, dealerships, and maintenance depots.
- Light vehicle diagnosis and repair principles of engine systems
- Braking systems
- Steering systems
- Suspension systems
- Electrical systems
- Work experience
This course also offers
- Industry-standard workshops
- Expert teaching staff
- At least five GCSEs at grade C/4 or above, including English and Maths
- Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
- Substantial prior attainment in the automotive industry.
- You will also need to have a satisfactory reference from your previous course.
Upon completion of this course, you can progress on to further study or enter into employment in the automotive industry as, for example, a vehicle technician or MOT tester.
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