Candidates will develop the basic skills and knowledge of vehicle systems needed to move onto the Level 3 course or apply for an automotive apprenticeship or similar engineering pathway. The qualification covers a variety of automotive related areas. The course is split 50/50 over both classroom-based theory lessons and workshop based practical activities.
The Diploma is made up of 6 units including: health & safety, vehicle engine principles, fuel air and exhaust systems, vehicle electrical systems, transmission systems, chassis systems and servicing.
There is a minimum requirement of a grade 4 in maths and English for entry onto the Level 2 course, alternately successful completion of level 1 at a good level of ability and attendance.
The course is Portfolio based and is assessed by observation of practical tasks carried to a satisfactory standard and by unit-based knowledge questions at the end of each unit.
Once the Level 2 Diploma course has been fully completed the candidate can move onto the Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Diagnostic & Repair Principles, or an apprenticeship if in full time employment.
Length of the course:
1 Year, Full Time.
Campus: Westoe (Motor Vehicle)
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