Level 2 VRQ Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair and Motorcycle Option
Our first-class courses are expressly developed to assist our students on their journey and, equally, we have professional and dedicated engineering lecturers to deliver the courses in our fully equipped workshop, one of the largest motor vehicle facilities in the region.
As there are a growing number of vehicles on the road with complex engine and chassis management systems, there is a growing need for skilled technicians and competent motor vehicle engineers. This course is
for those having completed the Level 1 in Motor Vehicle. Further progression to Level 3 will ensure that you are fully prepared for employment in the motor industry, an apprenticeship or transition to such as Motor Sport Engineering. You will also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace and other skills associated with working in a garage.
At Level 2, focus is placed on the introduction and development of the four main vehicular systems engine, chassis, transmission and electrical.
City Guilds Level 2 VRQ Diploma in Motor Vehicle
Progression routes shown are dependent on successful completion of qualifications and meeting entry criteria.
Study options may include:
• Level 3 Motor Vehicle course or HE
Employment options may include:
• MOT Inspector
• Sales Adviser
• Parts Distribution
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Please note that any costs shown here are subject to change and that there may be additional material costs for your course.
There are various bursaries available to support eligible students with course-related costs.
Aged 16-18 years
There are no tuition or examination fees
Aged 19 or over (at the start of the course)
Tuition Fee £945 | Registration/Exam Fee £150
Is this course for me?
The course is suited to students with a genuine interest in motor vehicle and wants to find out how they work.
More information about this course is available here:
What does this subject include?
Topics you will cover include
- Supporting job role
- Fabrication and Tools
- Routine Maintenance
- Engine Components, Fuel, Ignition, exhaust
- Steering & Suspension
What is the structure of the course?
The course is delivered in a variety of ways using both practical and theoretical teaching methods. Throughout the year you will be constantly assessed in all areas of your work, thus allowing the careful monitoring of your progress. The assessments as with the teaching methods are practically and theoretically based and will cover all the topics/units of your course All full-time students are required to study maths and English at the appropriate level. We will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills that you require, to be able to understand and complete, sometimes challenging assessments to a high standard, culminating in an online exam at the end of each module.