Paisley Campus, Clydebank Campus, Greenock (Finnart Street) Campus
This course is designed to engage and motivate candidates who are interested in learning about the automotive retail industry. It is aimed at learners who prefer and respond to 'hands-on' learning. Therefore, it has a practical approach to assessment and includes many visual questioning techniques which will stimulate and interest learners.
During the course candidates will undertake the following units:
Health and Safety in the Workplace; Locating, Interpreting and Using Technical Information; Applying Engineering Techniques in an Automotive Environment; Knowledge Relating to Automotive Foundation Skills; Preparation to Become a Vehicle Driver; Reducing Risks When Driving Vehicles; Health and Safety Practices in a Maintenance and Repair Environment; Tools, Equipment and Consumable Materials for Vehicle Maintenance; Routine Vehicle Maintenance Processes and Procedures; Light Vehicle Braking System Components and Maintenance; Light Vehicle Wheel and Tyre Construction and Maintenance; Light Vehicle Exhaust System Components and Maintenance; Lighting System Maintenance.
National 4 Maths, English and science subject + Introduction to Motor Vehicle Industry and Technologies (IMI) preferred
NVQ/SVQ Vehicle Maintenance and Repair. Modern Apprenticeship in the Motor Vehicle Industry. Possible Progression to level 2.