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Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles (Light & Heavy) Level 3 Diploma at Hull College Group

Course description

This Level 3 Diploma is for students who are interested in pursuing their skills within the Vehicle Maintenance industry. 

The course is heavily based towards gaining diagnostic skills and developing knowledge fault rectification in the following areas:  engine systems, chassis system, transmission, auxiliary electrics system. 

The course also covers:  the automotive environment, pre and post inspections of light vehicles, materials and measuring devices, health and safety and general aspects and various vocational optional units.

Course content

  • Health & Safety
  • Service of various vehicles
  • Engine Systems
  • Chassis Systems
  • Auxiliary Electrics

Entry requirements

  • This course is aimed at people who have already completed a Level 2 Maintenance and Repair Principles course.
  • There will be an informal interview and selection programme to ensure that applicants are suited to the course

Financial information

Learners are expected to provide boots and overalls and basic writing materials.

Details of such requirements will be given at interview.

Future opportunities

The natural progression following this course is to the IMI Level 4 Motor Technician in Automotive Technology.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 20 April 2016

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