Motor Vehicle courses prepare you to diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical faults and to service vehicles. You'll work on customers' vehicles in our own workshops. Suitable for: This is a sampler course for those who want to find out whether a career in the motor industry will really suit them.
Newbury College has a fully equipped motor vehicle workshop with a number of service bays, for both light and heavy vehicles. Students will have considerable use of the workshop to gain valuable practical experience and build knowledge.
Working in well-equipped workshops, you will gain real experience learning your craft on a range of different vehicles and covering all aspects from exhausts to electronics. In addition to the practical work dedicated tutors will guide you through the theory required to back up all practical skills. Suitable for: Always a very popular course...
The course is aimed at those who find academic studies and exams too challenging. However all learners must expect a small amount of classroom based studies and Key Skills as these are an integral part of the course.
This course is mainly based in the workshop, with one day in the theory room and a half day for any support need requirements. You will study workshop Health and Safety plus the basic operation of all engines systems including Cooling. Ignition. Lubrication. The course also covers Wheels. Tyres. Steering. Suspension. Brake Systems.
This course will raise the awareness of the hazards and dangers associated with electrical equipment and machines and demonstrate safe methods of work accordingly. On completion of the course delegates will be able to diagnose simple electrical faults and have an understanding of the possible causes and carry out necessary isolations and repairs,...
This course is designed to provide opportunities for students not yet in employment to develop their knowledge and understanding, and gain skills in motor vehicle maintenance and repair.
The automotive vehicle service industry comes in a variety of guises and exists in every town and city in the UK and across the world. However, all those working in the industry will need a foundation of knowledge of the fundamental principles and techniques involved. City & Guilds, the UK's leading provider of vocational qualifications, have a...
Subjects such as - Remove and Replace Automotive Vehicle Components | Service and Repair of Automotive Vehicle | Fault Diagnosis (Light Vehicle).
This course is aimed at full time students who have satisfactorily completed the C&G VRQ Level One in Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair.
The E2E programme is aimed at students who may not have any formal qualifications from school or may have achieved grades below those expected. This course allows them to obtain a formal motor vehicle qualification and skills to improve their employability to take to a propective employer in lieu of GCSE grades.
The aim of this Entry Level 3 course is to prepare learners for an Apprenticeship in Vehicle Fitting. As part of the course learners will gain some of the practical skills needed to work in a vehicle fitting environment. Is the Course for Me? This course is designed for learners who have a keen interest in motor vehicle maintenance, enthusiasm and...
Those wishing to pursue a career within the motor vehicle industry. The City and Guilds Automotive qualifications are designed to meet the needs of Technicians in the Automotive Service and Repair sector.
They are both practical and theory based courses, aimed to build on the skills already gained and develop the learners technical knowledge in preparation for the learners entry into industry or further study. Homework or private study is required.
This course is for those who wish to advance within the retail motor vehicle industry or upgrade their current Level 2 qualification.The course will provide the underpinning knowledge for any of the Level 2 motor vehicle NVQs and is regarded as the Technical Certificate of the Apprenticeship.
Motor Vehicle Refinishing Level 2 (Day Release) Centres: City Technology Campus: Length: 36 Weeks. Attendance: 1 Day per week. Start date: September. Times: Daytime. Qualification: City and Guilds in Motor Vehicle Refinishing Level 2. Entry Requirements: Ideally you should have completed the relevant level 1 programme and your Maths, I.C.T and...
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