Course Duration
1 Year
Location
Burslem Campus
Course Cost
£ 990.00
Do I have to pay this fee? These courses receive government funding, and some learners will be eligible for FREE tuition if they meet specific criteria. Some L code courses at Level 3 to 6 may also have an Advanced Learning Loan available for learners aged 19 and over.
Course Code
FL1105
Start Date
05/09/2022
Start Time
-
Day
Mon - Fri

Course Summary

This course is for students wishing to gain a motor vehicle qualification. The course covers both practical and theoretical aspects of vehicle systems repair and maintenance. It provides a foundation in aspects of vehicle maintenance and repair. All subjects have a practical content, which is carried out in a workshop environment, whilst underpinning knowledge is delivered either in the classroom or in our computer aided learning resource centre (autotronics). The course is a mix of practical workshop sessions, classroom and autotronic based technology lessons. It provides a foundation in aspects of vehicle maintenance and repair. All subjects have a practical content, which is carried out in a workshop environment, whilst underpinning knowledge is delivered either in the classroom or in our computer aided learning resource centre (autotronics). The course is a mix of practical workshop sessions, classroom and Autotronic based technology lessons.

Course Requirements

Entry Requirements

4 GCSEs grade D or above. BTEC
Introductory Certificate or Diploma,
appropriate NVQ Level 1, or another
relevant Level 1 or Foundation
qualification. You will have a
pre-induction interview/assessment to
make sure this is the right level for you.

How Is It Assessed

The course requires students to demonstrate their skills by successfully completing practical assessments and answering online theory questions for all the units that make up the qualifications.

How Is It Taught

A mix of practical workshop sessions, classroom and Autotronic based technology lessons.

What Could I do Next

Progress on to an Apprenticeship at Level 2/3.

What Else Do I Need To Know

The IMI is a nationally recognised vocational qualification which provides the background knowledge and skills in a specific work related area. City and Guilds courses are arranged in a series of modules which can be credited individually or combined with other modules to form certificates and diplomas.

Entry Requirements

4 GCSEs grade D or above. BTEC
Introductory Certificate or Diploma,
appropriate NVQ Level 1, or another
relevant Level 1 or Foundation
qualification. You will have a
pre-induction interview/assessment to
make sure this is the right level for you.

How Is It Assessed

The course requires students to demonstrate their skills by successfully completing practical assessments and answering online theory questions for all the units that make up the qualifications.

How Is It Taught

A mix of practical workshop sessions, classroom and Autotronic based technology lessons.

What Could I do Next

Progress on to an Apprenticeship at Level 2/3.

What Else Do I Need To Know

The IMI is a nationally recognised vocational qualification which provides the background knowledge and skills in a specific work related area. City and Guilds courses are arranged in a series of modules which can be credited individually or combined with other modules to form certificates and diplomas.

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