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Progression Curriculum - Automotive Technologies - Level 1 Diploma at EKC Group

Course description

This course will prepare you for work in the motor vehicle retail industry. It can also lead to further vocational qualifications required by employers.

Course content

Lessons are a mix of practical and theory. You will learn about vehicle systems, removal and refitting of service parts, you will also be required to go to separate functional skills lessons in Maths and English.

Entry requirements

4 GCSEs grade E-G (2 or 1) including - Functional Skills English and maths Entry 3 or GCSE Grade 1 or 2


You'll put together a portfolio of work and be observed carrying out servicing tasks.

Future opportunities

Students can move into a job and subject to Maths/English levels and an entrance exam, the Level 2 Subsidiary Diploma course.

Further information

Please note that for applications for the 19/20 academic year the EKC Group is using a new online system and you will be required to register and track your application using this system. You will receive an e-mail informing you of this and what to do next. You will be using the EKC Enterprise platform.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 13 November 2018
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Course code: C00068/1/1-19
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  • Number of planned places: 20

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