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MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR DIPLOMA LEVEL 2

FF2CMOT7L0 | ONE YEAR COURSE OVERVIEW

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

On this course you will learn the skills and knowledge for a career in the motor vehicle industry. In the purpose-built motor vehicle centre you will work alongside industry experts to study engines, chassis, transmissions and frames, and health and safety.

You will complete a portfolio of evidence including practical assessments and online and written exams for each topic you study. You will also be expected to pass an exam in one Functional Skill.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Modules include:

You will need a Motor Vehicle Level 1 or three GCSEs at grade 4 or above in English and Maths.

• Health and safety • Workshop practice • Steering • Suspension and braking systems

Candidates without qualifications but with experience of working within the motor vehicle industry will also be considered.

• Vehicle electrics e.g. lighting, starting and charging systems • Engine and transmissions • Petrol and diesel engines • Ignition systems

MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR DIPLOMA LEVEL 3

FF3CMOT5L0 | ONE YEAR COURSE OVERVIEW

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

This Level 3 qualification covers the technical needs for today’s motor vehicle repair industry, including the diagnosis of noncomplex system faults. It provides essential knowledge for service technicians working on light vehicles (cars and vans) in all types of garages, dealerships and maintenance depots.

You will be assessed by the awarding body’s practical assessments in a motor vehicle workshop environment, ‘online’ multiple-choice testing and by assessments set by the awarding body.

WHAT WILL I LEARN? This programme covers both the theory and practical aspects of the following: • Carrying out routine vehicle maintenance

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS You will need a Motor Vehicle Level 2 and Functional Skills Level 2 or GCSEs in English and Maths at grade 4 or above. Candidates without qualifications but with experience of working within the motor vehicle industry will also be considered.

• Removing and replacing: – Engine units and components – Electrical auxiliary units and components – Chassis units and components

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