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Level One Award in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair

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Motor Vehicle Cove Level One Award in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair(2010/2011) Thames Gateway College Information: This course runs at Thames Gateway College at CEME. Study Method: This course runs at Barking College- Rush Green Duration : One Year. 18 hours per week. Full Time. Who the Course is For: This course offers students the opportunity to develop the practical skills and knowledge essential for those who wish to commence employment in motorcycle service centres. The course is specifically designed for those who aim to become motorcycle service mechanics. This provides for easy progression to day release programmes when students secure employment in the industry, or onto the Institute of Motor Industry Certificate in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair - Level 2 - Full Time. Assessment: Assessment is in form of on-line multiple-choice questions set externally by the Institute of the Motor Industry and in order to assess the students ability to perform practical tasks to industry standards, simulated workshop activities Course Leads To: A career in the motorcycle service trade. Progression to the course Institute of the Motor Industry - Certificate in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair - Level 2, motorcycle service and repair technicians. Progression to the IMI Level 2 Apprenticeship. Entry Requirements: There are no formal entry qualifications although students are expected to be working towards GCSE standards. All students looking to secure a place on this course will be called for diagnostic assessment, followed by an interview. Content: The IMI Level 1 Award in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair is made up of a number of Units. Theory and Practice are taught to complement all units. MC1- Working Safely and Effectively during Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair. MC2- Foundation Skills of Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair. MC3- Motorcycle Construction and Routine Maintenance. MC4- Operating Principles of Motorcycle Tyres, Brakes, Steering and Suspension Systems. MC5- Operating Principles of Motorcycle Engines. MC6- Operating Principles and Maintenance of Motorcycle Transmission Systems. MC7- Operating Principles and Maintenance of Motorcycle Electrical and Electronic Systems. MC8- New Motorcycle Assembly.

Motor Vehicle Cove Level One Award in Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair(2010/2011) Thames Gateway College Information: This course runs at Thames Gateway College at CEME. Study Method: This course runs at Barking College- Rush Green Duration : One Year. 18 hours per week. Full Time. Who the Course is For: This course offers students the opportunity to develop the practical skills and knowledge...

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