Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Level 2 Apprenticeships NI)
Apprenticeships & Traineeships
Start Date29 Aug 2022
Course: Apprenticeship NI Level 2 Motor Vehicle Maintenance and RepairCampus: GreystoneType: Full TimeStart Date: 29/08/2022Fees:
- Site location Limavady Greystone
- Level 2 VRQ diploma in maintenance and repair
- Level 2 VCQ in maintenance and repair
UK RequirementsGCSE Maths and English at Grade C or above. You must also have employment with a N.Ireland registered company confirmed.
ROI RequirementsLeaving Certificate English and Maths at Grade 05 or above. You must also have employment with a N.Ireland registered company confirmed.
You are employed so you attend NWRC 1 day per week to complete the Level 2 qualification and you will also be assessed on site by NWRC Assessor.
Further StudyOn successful completion of level 2 qualification it is possible to complete level 3 through Apprenticeship NI route or part time FE route. Students go on to L4/5 and Degree programmes and our Lecturers have all come through the Apprenticeship programme.
Career ProspectsSalary GuideStarter: £18,000Experienced: £21,000 to £27,000Highly Experienced: £28,000 to £35,000With experience, you could become a senior technician, workshop supervisor or garage manager.You could work as a breakdown engineer or MOT tester, or specialise in a particular area like motorsport engineering.You could also work on electric and hybrid cars, or specialise in tuning and modifying vehicles for higher performance.You could also set up your own business.
It had been a few years since I was at college, but the help and support I received from the lecturers on my course made my time at the college enjoyable and memorable.Mark McConway (Construction)
NWRC is a great place to learn. The NWRCSU is run by students, for students. We will do our upmost to ensure that the student voice is strong in the College and that your views are being heard right at the very top. Let us all work together so that every student feels that they belong to the collegeEamonn Kelly