(Full Time - 1 year)
(Full Time - 1 year)
This Vocationally Related Qualification (VRQ) is aimed at learners 14-19 years old who have a keen interest in learning about the maintenance of various types of transport and the job roles that are available within the sector.
Be amazing and join the 21st century industry of motor vehicle accident repair and prepare for technological innovation by learning advanced skillsets in vehicle maintenance and repair which are transferable to many industries.
Please Click Here to view the specific entry requirements for our 16-18 Study Programmes.
Work Experience is a vital part of the course and you will be supported in finding a work placement relevant to your study.
During the course, your assessment will be made up of both written assessments and practical tasks – you'll spend half of your time in the workshop and half of your time in the classroom.
Upon successful completion of this qualification students can progress onto our Level 2 Light Vehicle Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair. Students can also use the qualification to progress onto an apprenticeship, and work towards becoming skilled in their chosen career.Careers page
The cost of this course is £20 for PPE (boots and overalls).
If you need help with affording college, there are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.
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If you love tinkering with cars and are never happier than when you’re wearing overalls and figuring out how things work, a career in the automotive industry could be just around the corner.