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Level 2 Apprenticeship in Motor Vehicle

The course is designed for people employed in the repair and servicing sector of the motor industry. The course is arranged in modular form and consists of seven mandatory units and one optional unit:

Mandatory
• Competency and Knowledge in Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment
• Competency and Knowledge in Supporting Job Roles in the Automotive Environment
• Skills and knowledge of Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices used in the Automotive Environment
• Competency and Knowledge in Routine Light Vehicle Maintenance
• Competency and Knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Engine Units and Components
• Competency and Knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units and Components
• Competency and Knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units and Components
• Knowledge of Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Units and Components

Optional
• Competency and Knowledge in Inspecting Light Vehicles Using Prescribed Methods
• Competency in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Driveline Units and Components

Entry Requirements

The Apprenticeship is open to those aged 16+ in suitable employment who hold GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above in English and Maths. You will also need to have the interest, enthusiasm and willingness to work hard.

For exams taken 2017 onwards you will need GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade 4 or above in English and Maths.

What do I need to bring?

Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email Apprenticeships@swindon.ac.uk

Assessment/Exam information

Each element will be assessed by an approved Assessor from the College.
The evidence must then be verified as being authentic by a College Internal Verifier and finally approved for certification by an Awarding Body appointed External Verifier.

The theory lessons will back up all practical aspects that are required.
It should be recognised that it is the student’s responsibility to build the portfolio with valid evidence. Assistance with this will be given by College staff who will conduct workplace visits on a regular basis.

Other information

This course is based at North Star. During the course you will receive expert tuition from highly trained staff.

A qualified Assessor will be allocated to the learner who will provide an induction and plan with him/her assessments in their work place.

A Training Co-ordinator will support you throughout your training, through regular work based review meetings.

You will also be required to work towards the following qualifications:

• Functional Skills in English (Level 1)
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 1)
• Functional Skills in ICT (Level 1)
• Employer Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)

As a member of Swindon College apprentices will be able to benefit from the range of services and facilities it has to offer, such as:

• Library and Learning Resource Centre
• Student Enrichment Centre
• The Restaurant
• Sports Therapy Clinic
• Osteopathy Clinic
• Little Stars Nursery
• Counselling
• Beauty Therapy Salon
• Hairdressing Salons

What can I do next?

Upon completion of the Level 2 Apprenticeship a student may wish to progress to a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship, which is a senior technician level. This can lead into motor vehicle management or other diverse occupations. Previous students are now in management positions in a number of local companies.

Qualification description

On the successful completion of the course students will be awarded an Apprenticeship covering:
• Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Competence (Level 2)
• Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Principles (Level 2)
• Functional Skills in English (Level 1)
• Functional Skills in Maths (Level 1)
• Functional Skills in ICT (Level 1)
• Employer Rights & Responsibilities (ERR)
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)

Course information & how to apply

Length Start Date End Date Course Fees Course Code
34 weeks 01 Aug 2017 31 Jul 2019 Associated fees will be discussed at the time of enquiry APPMOTL2
UCAS/UKPASS Code: Not Applicable
Study type: Part Time
Times: 09:00 - 17:00
Hours per week: 7.00
Study days: 1 DAY

Any extra costs

Some courses may require additional course materials for further information please, contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01793 498208 or email apprenticeships@swindon.ac.uk

How to apply

If you wish to apply for this course, please click on the 'Apply now' button at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, please contact the Apprenticeship Team
Swindon College
North Star Avenue
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN2 1DY

01793 498208
Apprenticeships@swindon.ac.uk
www.swindon.ac.uk