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Motor Vehicle

Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technology

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Broxbourne Campus
Broxbourne Campus
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Part Time

For many, wanting to become a mechanic is a childhood dream. You may have nostalgic memories of watching a family member work on cars and have always dreamed of getting under the bonnet yourself. Some may have developed a love for cars in teenage years, when nearing the age to be able to drive. Others may just be mechanically inclined and always been hands-on and curious about how engines work.

If you see yourself in any or all of these examples, you’re probably meant for a career in the automotive repair industry. Entering a career as a mechanic means a guaranteed future of steady work. Slumps in the economy can affect consumers buying new cars, but vehicles will always require maintenance and repair.

While a love for cars and hands-on work are great reasons to become a mechanic, there is also the fact that you will be entering an industry employing over 570,000 people and promising a salary upwards of £30,000 per year, once fully qualified.

What makes Motor Vehicle at HRC special?

1. We have invested in our workshops and equipment to ensure our facilities are the best possible
2. Our programmes build the skills you need to have in the workplace with industry recognised qualifications
3. Industry trained and experienced lecturers will nurture your ambition and share their expertise with you.

What do our students say?

“I really enjoy the course and can’t wait to learn more.”
“I really like my tutor, he is an awesome teacher and teaches us to a good standard.”

After you have successfully completed this course, you can choose to do: Level 2 Apprenticeship Route Autocare Technican Apprenticeship Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Apprenticeship
This programme is a practical, work-related course. You will learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations. You will learn by completing a variety of practical and theory assessments that are based on realistic workplace situations. It covers the basic underpinning knowledge and technical practical skills needed to be an Automotive Technician. The programme provides a good foundation for future careers opportunities or progression on to a more advanced work-related qualification.
You will be assessed via Direct Observation (Practical) along with undertaking Multiple Choice online exams.
A keen passion to progress and work within the Motor Industry. A good level of English, Maths and Science would be beneficial to learners.
You must provide your own steel toecap boots. You will be given details on where to purchase our workshop uniform at information events and on enrolment. Should you require further details where these can be bought, please contact You may be asked to buy a recommended text book during your course; details of this will be provided by your assigned tutor.If you think you would benefit from financial support we have bursary options available for those who meet the criteria. Please note, this funding is not guaranteed and is subject to availability at the time of application.If you would like financial support, contact our Information Team on 01992 411411 or
Free to those under 19 on 31st August 2023.If you will be over 19 on 31 August 2023, please contact our Information Centre on 01992 411411 or email

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Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technology
2023-09-05 00:00:00.000|2024-09-03 00:00:00.000
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