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Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair VCQ and VRQ (Yr 1 of 2) (Level 3 Diploma)

ILM
Trades & Craftfs

Course Overview

This qualification is two years in duration. In this time students learn practical skills in vehicle maintenance, service, diagnosis and repair in a real garage environment. In addition, our highly trained staff will teach you technical theory as well assess the student in the workplace. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to develop further skills and advance in the motor industry. Candidates will address both the VCQ and VRQ. The day may change subject to Timetable confirmation.
  • Study Mode
    Part-Time
  • Duration
    34 Weeks
  • Campus
    Greystone

Important Message

This course may be available again from September 2024

Available Sessions

  • Course
    Campus
    Type
    Start Date
    Fees
  • Course: IMI Level 3 in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair VCQ and VRQ (Yr 1 of 2) Ref L086
    Campus: Greystone
    Type: Part Time
    Start Date:
    (Wed: 9:00AM- 5:00PM /)
    Fees:
    Full £382.00
    Concession £153.00
    Examination £212.00

Course Offering

  • Site location Limavady Greystone
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Entry Requirements

UK Requirements

Candidates must have completed the relevant level 2 qualification in motor vehicle maintenance and repair on entry. Candidates are also required to have relevant workplace employment.

Additional Requirements Prior to Entry

Interview Required

Additional Information

On successful completion of the course in total, students can progress onto the Level 4 Certificate course. Boots and Overalls also required. Awarding body fees are payable this course will run subject to numbers possibility of the being changed to accommodate numbers. PPE must be worn. This course is in Greystone.

Enquiry

  • Image of Jack McLaughlin
    My Apprenticeship is so varied. One day I'm fixing things, putting flanges and pipes together, and the next day I'm doing something completely different such as changing drives.
    Jack McLaughlin
  • Image of Roberta Deehan (HLA in Hospitality and Tourism Management)
    It made sense for me to study in an area where I could work alongside my studies. There is a huge benefit to the HLA because you can study locally, there’s no course fees and you learn about the industry while you’re working. There are so many employment opportunities!
    Roberta Deehan (HLA in Hospitality and Tourism Management)
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