Heavy Vehicle Maintenance & Repair SUB Diploma Level 2

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About the course

There is a demand across the country for skilled and qualified Heavy Vehicle  technicians, and employers increasingly need committed, well trained and enthusiastic workers. By completing this course you will increase your skills, knowledge and performance and become a valuable team member.This will demonstrate to an employer that you have gained the right knowledge and experience to help them in their business and encourage them to invest in you and your career.

The course provides vocationally related knowledge and skills which will improve employability within these vocations. Successful completion of units or the full award can contribute to the achievement of a VCQ when you have gained employment in a heavy vehicle workplace.

Included in the course: 

  •  Health and Safety in the working in environment
  •  Supporting Job Roles 
  •  Basic Engineering - Bench Fitting
  •  Vehicle Electrics
  •  Maintenance & Repair
  •  Pneumatic Systems
  •  Diesel Engines
  •  Clutch and Transmissions
  •  Braking Systems
  •  Maintenance Servicing

Entry Requirements

  • 4 GCSEs at grade D including maths and/or English minimum
  • or a foundation Diploma Optional
  • or NVQ 1 Optional
  • or satisfactory completion of a learning programme at Level 1 with a minimum of 37 credits.
What will I do on this course?

You will study health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment, supporting job roles in the automotive work environment, materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices, identifying and agreeing motor vehicle customer service needs, routine heavy vehicle maintenance, removing and replacing engine units and components, removing and replacing electrical units and components, removing and replacing chassis units and components, inspecting vehicles using prescribed methods, driveline units and components, transmission units, steering and suspension units and fuel, ignition, air and exhaust system units and components

This will be both in the the workshop doing practical tasks and theory work in the classroom.

Who is it for?

This course is free to 16 to 18 year olds but is open to more muture learners but is self funded. This is a college based course on a full time basis. 

How Is this course assessed?
  • Practical observation tasks 
  • Online tests for each unit 
  • Written assignments
  • Written exams
What could I do next?
  • Increased job opportunities/promotion
  • Progress through the levels and then to higher education
  • Level 3 motor industry qualifications.
  • The College also offers Level 4 courses
Additional cost

Boots and overall

You may be eligible for bursary funding for this equipment.

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How old will you be when the course starts?

16-18 19+
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