BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Vehicle Technology (Motorsport) at The Cottesloe School
Unit 1: Operation of vehicle chassis systems (10 credits)
Unit 3: Vehicle system fault diagnosis and rectification (10 credits)
Unit 24: Motorsport workshop practices (10 credits)
Unit 25: Motorsport vehicle preparation and inspection (10 credits)
Unit 2: Vehicle engine principle, operation, service and repair (10 credits)
Unit 4: Vehicle project (20 credits)
Unit 12: Operation and maintenance of light vehicle transmission systems (10 credits)
Unit 14: Light vehicle suspension, steering and breaking system (10 credits)
Unit 20: Fabrication processes and technology (10 credits)
Unit 22: Engineering drawing for technicians (10 credits)
Unit 23: Welding technology (10 credits)
You will be assessed throughout the course against the criteria for each assignment based on the work in your portfolio. There are no exams for this course.
The course can be used as an opening to further study at college or University.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Cottesloe School directly.