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MOTORCYCLE

CITY & GUILDS LEVEL 2 FF2CMOT9L0 | ONE YEAR COURSE OVERVIEW

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

This course will suit you if you have already developed a good foundation of skills and knowledge required to become a motorcycle technician and are ready to move to the next level.

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

You will cover the technical needs for today’s motorcycle repair industry, including the diagnosis of non-complex system faults. It provides essential knowledge for service technicians working in the motorcycle industry.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS You will need a Motor Vehicle Level 1, Motorcycle Level 1 or three GCSEs at grade 4 or above in English and Maths. Candidates without qualifications but with experience of working within the motor vehicle industry will also be considered.

This programme includes studying both the theory and practical aspects of the following: • Carrying out routine motorcycle maintenance • Removing and replacing: – Engine units and components – Electrical auxiliary units and components – Chassis units and components

HIGHER EDUCATION

MOTOR VEHICLE ENGINEERING HND

DF5VMOT1L1 | TWO YEARS COURSE OVERVIEW

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

This programme is for those wishing to progress to a higher-level programme within the Motor Industry. It covers the advanced area of motor vehicle electronics, fault finding, engine and vehicle design and management within the industry.

You will be assessed through written assignments and practical tasks in the workshop, appropriate to each unit.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The HND comprises mandatory units and a range of optional units.

You must have completed a motor vehicle qualification or have significant experience in the automotive industry. However, all candidates are encouraged to apply and will be considered on an individual basis.

The mandatory units are:

Ideally, candidates should have one of the following:

• Analytical Methods for Engineers

• Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair

• Engineering Science

• Another Level 3 vocational or academic qualification

• Project Design • Implementation and Evaluation

• A GCSE profile which demonstrates a strong performance in a relevant subject

• Engine and Vehicle Design & Performance

• Related work experience in the motor vehicle industry

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

Optional units will include: • Electrical & Electronic Principles • Vehicle Fault Diagnosis • Vehicle Electronics Course guide 2019/20 I 85

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Langley College Course Guide 2019-20  

Langley College Course Guide 2019-20  

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