The study programme is recognised by the Motor Vehicle industry and prepares you for an Intermediate Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship. You will learn the practical skills and theoretical understanding needed in areas such as servicing, engineering, health and safety and electrical units. This is ideal progression for you if you have already achieved the Level 1 qualification.
You can find out more about applying here
Level 2 subsidiary Diploma, you will need four GCSEs grade A*-D including English and maths.
Level 2 Diploma, you will need four GCSEs grade A*-C including English and maths. You would also have completed either a level 1 certificate or Level 2 subsidiary Diploma and have some experience in a motor vehicle environment.
On completion of the Level 2, you could progress to Level 3, become an Apprenticeship, or seek employment in the sector.
Your progress is assessed through two online, modular exams, observations of your work and written tests.
To achieve this qualification, you need to gain at least 49 credits from the following units:
G0102: Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment
G4: Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices used in the Automotive Environment
L103: Spark Ignition Engine Systems, Components and Operation
L104: Compression Ignition Engine Systems, Components and Operation
L105: Engine Liquid Cooling and Lubrication Systems, Components and Operation
L106: Steering and Suspension Systems Components and Maintenance (Four Wheels or More)
L107: Vehicle Braking Systems Components and Maintenance
L108: Routine Vehicle Maintenance Processes and Procedures on Vehicles
L109: Vehicle Wheels and Tyres Construction and Maintenance
L110: Vehicle Exhaust Systems Components and Maintenance
L113: Vehicle Electrical Foundation Skills
L114: Vehicle Lighting System Maintenance
L119: Introduction to Spark Ignition Fuel Systems
L120: Introduction to Compression Ignition Fuel Systems
Overalls, safety boots and safety glasses - £75. You need basic stationery, including an A4 file, paper, pens, a calculator and maths set (including ruler). You are also encouraged to buy the recommended text book, ‘Principles of Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Candidate Handbook’ by Graham Stoakes. This costs approximately £27.