Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Apprenticeship Level 2 at Hugh Baird College
Apprenticeships are very popular programmes designed by employers that provide paid work-experience, training and qualifications to people aged 16 and above.
An Apprenticeship framework comprises:
- A work-based qualification (QCF), assessed in the workplace, demonstrating practical skills linked to the job
- A technical certificate, achieved at College, showing the theoretical knowledge relevant to the job and other qualifications valued by employers such as:
- Functional skills, which show competency in English, maths or I.C.T applied to the workplace
- Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)
- Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS); they include creative thinking, independent enquiry, reflective learner, effective participator, self management and team working.
- Health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment
- Support for job roles in the automotive work environment
- Materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices in the automotive environment
- Routine light vehicle maintenance
- Light vehicle engine mechanical, lubrication and cooling system units and components
- Light vehicle electrical units and components
- Light vehicle chassis units and components
- Knowledge of inspecting light vehicles using prescribed methods
- Diagnosis and rectification of light vehicle engine faults
- Light vehicle transmission and driveline units and components
- Light vehicle fuel, ignition, air and exhaust system units and components
- What does an apprenticeship involve?
Applicants must be aged 16 or over. They must be employed in the motor vehicle industry for a minimum of 30 hours a week (including work and College).
Ideally applicants should have GCSEs at grade C or above including maths, English, ICT. All applicants will be individually interviewed and assessed.
Please contact the Business Development Team for further details:
- Tel: 0800 046 7720
- Email: email@example.com
Some courses are fully or partially funded, depending upon individual circumstances.
After you have successfully completed this course you can progress onto Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hugh Baird College directly.