Course Duration
39 months
Location
Off Site
Course Cost
£ 0.00
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Course Code
ST0059
Start Date
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Start Time
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Course Summary

As a light vehicle technician Apprentice you will develop skills working on light vehicles (under 3.5 tonne). You should be interested in the way vehicles operate and be keen to research, analyse and solve problems; organised, methodical and pay attention to detail; you need to be able to work in a team and to communicate well both orally and in writing; care about delivering excellent service – both internally and externally to colleagues and customers; able to demonstrate general analytical and mechanical skills.
You should be able to demonstrate a capacity for mechanical reasoning and good spatial awareness. You will be required to achieve English and Maths at GCSE Grade C/4 (or Functional Skills Level 2) or above before the Apprenticeship Standard can be awarded.
On successful completion of the programme, the apprentice will have both knowledge and understanding of:
- The fundamentals of vehicle technologies e.g. vehicle systems such as chassis, engine, transmission, electrical, air conditioning, high voltage vehicles, etc.
- The types, and associated characteristics, of light vehicles e.g. front- or rear-wheel drive, four-wheel drive, etc.
- Diagnostic principles and logical problem-solving techniques.
- Emerging automotive technologies and the impact they will have on the knowledge and skills technicians will require in the future.

Course Requirements

How Is It Taught

On and off the job training in the workplace, with weekly days release to Stoke on Trent College.

What Else Do I Need To Know

Main intake is September, with options for mid year starts - January / April subject to numbers

How Is It Taught

On and off the job training in the workplace, with weekly days release to Stoke on Trent College.

What Else Do I Need To Know

Main intake is September, with options for mid year starts - January / April subject to numbers

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