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If you’ve got a keen interest in the automotive industry and would love to learn about the maintenance of all different types of transportation, then this Level 1 Certificate could be a great place to begin your journey into this exciting industry.
As you learn what it takes to become a motor vehicle technician, you will get the chance to develop your knowledge and skills across a variety of specialist areas, including engines, driveline and chassis components. You’ll complete sessions in both the classroom and the workshop, learning all about brakes, steering and suspensions systems, tyres, exhaust systems, health and safety practices, and how to remove and replace engine components.
You will also work on your own personal social development too, understanding what it’s like to work in a garage and building an awareness of the different jobs roles and responsibilities in a dealership. As this Level 1 Certificate in Transport Maintenance is a vocationally related qualification (VRQ), it’s directly relevant to the automotive sector and is awarded by the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI).
For this qualification you need to have a good level of English and maths, to must be able to demonstrate job report writing ability
How will I be assessed?
On this qualification there is 1 online exam with pass score of 60% also there are 15 practical assessment you need good level of english and maths skills to complete these witten assessments
Continuing Your Journey
After you’ve completed this certificate, you’ll find it’s an ideal stepping stone to progress onto the Level 1 Diploma in Transport Maintenance with us here at The Manchester College. Alternatively, you may wish to use this qualification to move onto a full-time Level 2 course or an apprenticeship programme.Careers page
Although this is primarily an introductory course, you’ll get a real taste of what the motor vehicle industry is all about and begin developing the skills and knowledge that will help you work towards a rewarding career in automotive maintenance, as a motor vehicle technician, fitter, or breakdown engineer to name just a few.
Fees, Finance & Funding
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.Fees, finance and funding page
Got a question?
Our course enquiries team is on-hand to answer any questions you might have about this qualification, the application process, enrolment, or anything else about life at The Manchester College.Make an enquiry
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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.