What do I learn?
The elements that make up the advanced apprenticeship are:
• Diploma in Motor Vehicle
• NVQ Diploma in Motor Vehicle
• Functional Skills in English and Maths Level 2
• Employment Rights and Responsibilities
Some of the units covered include:
• inspecting vehicles
• engine system faults
• chassis system faults
• electrical faults and transmission faults
You spend one day a week in college participating in classroom and practical-based sessions. The other four days are spent working in the workplace putting what you have learned into practice.
At college you learn both in the classroom and the workshops. You then take the skills you have learned out to the workplace where you are expected to bring work-based evidence and build a portfolio.
An assessor will visit your work place to observe your working practices. All functional skills will be delivered at college within your day release.
What do I gain?
You expand on the basic skills and knowledge and gain a nationally-recognised qualification. The apprenticeship gives you a valuable insight into the profession and the future career options available to you.
What do I need?
You should have completed the intermediate level motor vehicle apprenticeship before progressing onto this apprenticeship. After applying you will be invited to complete initial assessments to ensure that you are at the right level of learning for the course.
What can I do next?
The advanced apprenticeship in motor vehicle provides the ideal foundation from which to further your skills within the motor industry. Possible job roles you could consider include:
• light or heavy vehicle diagnostic technician
• motorcycle diagnostic technician
• auto-electrical diagnostic technician