Gain practical experience and the technical knowledge needed to work as a Service Technician carrying out maintenance/repairs on cars, vans and other light vehicles in garages, dealerships and maintenance depots.Print Share Department Information
The Level 2 Diploma provides students with an introduction to the technical skills needed for working in the motor vehicle repair industry.
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|Award:||Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles (4290-12)|
Students will gain practical experience and the technical knowledge needed to work as a Service Technician carrying out maintenance/repairs on cars, vans and other light vehicles in garages, dealerships and maintenance depots. You will also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace and other skills associated with working in a garage.
Specialist course content includes:
All students are provided with an individual study programme to develop the skills needed to gain employment and succeed in the workplace.
Part of the course requires you to undertake a work experience placement and our Employer Hub will help you find a suitable position.
Students will be assessed via a mixture of practical assessments and online tests.
Why study Motor Vehicle at Nescot:
If you have a passion for cars or engineering then our specialist training courses could provide you with an introduction to the industry, or build on existing skills developed in the industry and further your career opportunities.
It is a great time to be working in the Motor Vehicle industry as the sector is predicted to have record growth in the coming years.
According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders - Motor Industry Facts 2014,there are:
Below are some of the career opportunities available within the Motor Vehicle industry:
To find out more about the Motor Vehicle industry please visit:
Fees for 2019/20: £3,100
This course is for progressing students.
Level 1 Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and repair, plus maths and English. A satisfactory reference for attitude, behaviour, attendance and punctuality.
You will be asked to attend a remote conversation with a member of the Motor Vehicle Team by telephone or video link prior to enrolment to check you are on track to meet the entry criteria.
We will also require a satisfactory reference from your last school or college, and copies of previously attained qualifications grades or certificates.
This course will prepare you for employment or more advanced study and training.
Potential career routes in the Motor Vehicle industry:
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Last updated - 27/06/19