Technical Award Level 1 in Motor Vehicle Mechanics Light Vehicle

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Times: Full-time Duration:1 Year Fee: £750
Full-Time courses for 16-18 School Leavers are Free.

If you are aged between 19 and 23 and don't already hold a qualification equivalent to 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, and you need to study at Entry or Level 1 to progress to Level 2, tuition fees will be waived. If you meet the Eligible Benefit criteria, tuition fees will be waived. (Registration Fees will still apply).
Course Content: The Technical Award is the first step to becoming a qualified Motor Mechanic. You will study both theory and practical work with practical assessments taking place in the workshop.

You will cover a wide range of important aspects within this industry including:

• Heal…

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Times: Full-time Duration:1 Year Fee: £750
Full-Time courses for 16-18 School Leavers are Free.

If you are aged between 19 and 23 and don't already hold a qualification equivalent to 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, and you need to study at Entry or Level 1 to progress to Level 2, tuition fees will be waived. If you meet the Eligible Benefit criteria, tuition fees will be waived. (Registration Fees will still apply).
Course Content: The Technical Award is the first step to becoming a qualified Motor Mechanic. You will study both theory and practical work with practical assessments taking place in the workshop.

You will cover a wide range of important aspects within this industry including:

• Health and Safety

• Foundation Skills

• Engines

• Brakes

• Steering and Suspension Systems.

The Technical Award covers the criteria for phase one of the Modern Apprenticeship Framework for vehicle mechanics therefore it is an ideal programme for progression into employment and to follow a Modern Apprenticeship.

Students are required to purchase their own tool bag and tools; this is arranged with the tutor within the first four weeks of the course Entry Qualification: Interview & Assessment, but ideally students should have 4 GCSEs Grade D-G or above including English and Maths. Special Features: You will be working in an environment which mirrors the industry with regards to the tools, machinery and work involved, preparing you for employment within the industry. Course Format: 2 ½ days per week Progression: Technical Certificate (second year)

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