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Our live industry-standard workshop provides learners on our Motor Vehicle apprenticeships with the training they need to work effectively in the sector, typical topics include; servicing, the replacement and repair of engines, chassis, electrical and transmission components, and health, safety and workshop maintenance.

We offer a combination of classroom and workshop based learning delivered by former industry professionals, which provides both schools leavers entering the industry and current employees with the support they need to excel.

A full list of our apprenticeship courses can be found below:

Motor Vehicle (light vehicle), Level 2

Course Overview

This apprenticeship provides learners with the essential practical skills and theoretical knowledge needed to carry out vehicle servicing and repairs in the workplace, making it ideal for those new to the industry. After this apprenticeship learner’s may wish to progress to the Level 3 Motor Vehicle apprenticeship and pursue a higher level of employment.

Entry Requirements

Ideally learners should hold 4 GCSEs at grade (3-9) including English and Maths and be employed for thirty-hours a week or more.

Training

Servicing and repair of the: electrical system, driveline, chassis, steering, braking & suspension and engine.

Delivery

Day release.

Assessment

Learners are assessed through observation, computer based exams and 12-weekly reviews between the Student, Assessor & Employer.

Start Date: January & September

Duration: 12 Months

Motor Vehicle (light vehicle), Level 3

Course Overview

Through this apprenticeship learner’s will have the opportunity to build on either prior qualifications or significant industry experience to investigate faults, carryout diagnostics and complete maintenance and repair activities. Following on from this apprenticeship learner’s may progress to work as an MOT tester.

Entry Requirements

Ideally learners should hold 5 GCSEs at grade (4-9) including English and Maths and be employed for thirty-hours a week or more.

Training & Knowledge

The fundamentals of vehicle technologies, the types and characteristics of vehicles, diagnostic principles and emerging automotive technologies.

Skills

Carryout foundation tasks, contribute the maintenance of a safe and efficient workshop, access specific information, use diagnostic, mechanical and electrical equipment, remove and repair components and carry out diagnostics and investigations of faults.

Behaviours

Effective communication, effective teamwork, continual learning and commercial awareness.

Delivery

Day release.

Assessment

Learners are assessed through a workplace portfolio, knowledge test, skills test and behaviour test.

Start Date: Various

Duration: 36 Months