This Level 3 course is ideal if you have plenty of experience in the motor industry, perhaps supervising others in a team. You want to develop your skills further in a specialist area such as electronics or perhaps move into a management role or start your own business.
What will I learn?
This qualification is designed to provide a standardised approach for the delivery and assessment of the knowledge and skills requirements.
You will learn...knowledge of support for job roles in the automotive environment, skills and knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying vehicle auxiliary electrical faults, skills and knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying light vehicle engine faults, skills and knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying light vehicle chassis system faults as well as skills and knowledge in diagnosing and rectifying light vehicle transmission and driveline faults.
- Example modules could include
- Diagnose a fault in the engine
- Alternator and charging test
- Fuel systems
- Steering and suspension
- Braking system diagnostics
- Steering diagnostics
- Electrical system faults
How will I be assessed?
Timed practical tasks, external exams and practical and written assessments.
To join this course you will need a Level 2 Motor Vehicle qualification with GCSEs at Grade 4 (C) English and Maths.
You should be able to demonstrate an interest in the subject. Entry is also subject to an interview, basic skills screening and initial assessment.
Progression & Career Opportunities
You will be able to find full employment in the Motor Vehicle Industry.