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Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships in Brighton

 

There are more than 32 million vehicles on the UK’s roads, which means many motor vehicle technicians are needed to keep them roadworthy. An Apprenticeship is the perfect way to gain those skills whilst earning money.


Qualification: Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Competence

Duration: 2 years

Start Date: September and January

Course Content: You will learn, develop and practice the skills required to provide general maintenance tasks which will include:

  • Knowledge and skills of materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment
  • Competency in routine light vehicle maintenance
  • Competency in removing and replacing light vehicle engine/electrical units and components
  • Competency in removing and replacing light vehicle chassis units and components
  • Conforming to general health and safety in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Assessment: Assessment will be through a range of assessment techniques including workplace observations, on-line tests and the production of a portfolio of workplace evidence and knowledge.

Progression: Following successful completion of the Apprenticeship you may want to further develop your skills by enrolling onto a Level 3 qualification.

Entry Requirements: To do this course you are required to have one of the following 5 GCSEs grade A – E to include English and Maths or an equivalent level 1 qualification in the same vocational subject. If you meet the criteria you will be invited to interview with one of the Motor Vehicle tutors.

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Qualification: Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Competence

Duration: 12 Months

Start Date: September

Course Content: You will learn, develop and practice the skills required to provide complex tasks which will include:

  • Knowledge and skills of materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment
  • Competency/knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying light vehicle engine faults
  • Competency/knowledge in diagnosing and rectification of light vehicle transmission and driveline faults
  • Competency/knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying light vehicle chassis system faults
  • Competency/knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying vehicle auxiliary electrical faults
  • Conforming to general health and safety in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Assessment: Assessment will be through a range of assessment techniques including workplace observations, on-line tests and the production of a portfolio of workplace evidence and knowledge.

Progression: Following successful completion of the Apprenticeship you may want to further develop specific skills within the Motor Trade.

Entry Requirements: To do this course you are required to have one of the following 5 GCSEs grade A – E to include English and Maths or an equivalent level 2 qualification in the same vocational subject. If you meet the criteria you will be invited to interview with one of the Motor Vehicle tutors.

Click here to view our full list of Apprenticeship vacancies