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Course Content Award: Level One Award in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair What's it all about?: This is an exciting new course which encompasses general vehicle maintenance and repair procedures with motor sport applications. Giving you a good insight into the industry, providing essential knowledge for the specialist group of competition maintenance and repair technicians.This level one qualification covers the basic technical needs of today's motor vehicle industry. Progression: You can progress to the level two qualification, offered at the College. Entry Requirements: There are no specific entry requirements. However, you will be invited to attend an informal interview to assess your suitability for the course. Duration: One year Business Benefits: Students have an insight into the industry, gaining a vehicle maintenance and welding qualification. Course Overview What does the course involve?: It is a learning programme which involves you studying both the theory and practical aspects of the following: ? motorsport vehicle construction and routine maintenance ? operating principles of motorsport vehicle engines, tyres, brakes, steering and suspension systems ? operating principles and maintenance of motorsport vehicle transmission systems and electrical and electronic systems You also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace, and other skills associated with working on competition vehicles. You will study and receive on satificatory completion, a City & Guilds 3267 Introductory Welding Certificate in MetalArc Gas Shielded Welding. The element of theory involved will enable you to answer the verbal questions on welding health and safety, and your chosen welding process. The course also includes: NOCN induction award NOCN level one award in progression one key skill to level one City & Guilds 3267 Introductory Welding Certificate. When can I study?: 9.00am to 4.30pm, three days per week Are there any exams?: A variety of practical tasks and assessments, online and paper exams throughout the qualification. Course Facts Apply Now Start Date: 21 September 2010 End Date: 30 June 2011 Course Type: Full-time Location: Kings Road Centre Course Fees: ?750 If you are receiving certain benefits, you may only have to pay a material fee. Instalments: Instalments are available for course fees. A deposit of ?187.50 per year is payable before enrolment followed by three monthly payments of ?187.50 per year Material Fees: ?160 Level: Foundation Course Code: MSV Certain part-time courses may become full-time courses if additional courses are taken. If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees are not applicable for your course (Please note: this does not apply to foundation degrees). Please note that fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2009/10 (August 2009 - July 2010). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2010/11. Shortlist this course Case Studies The course gave me a great opportunity to achieve good grades and set me up for a good career. I've met lots of new people and am learning new things every day. I know that I am going to have a good qualification when I finish my course, so that keeps me working hard. The College is great if you want an adult atmosphere. right content

Course Content Award: Level One Award in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair What's it all about?: This is an exciting new course which encompasses general vehicle maintenance and repair procedures with motor sport applications. Giving you a good insight into the industry, providing essential knowledge for the specialist group of competition maintenance and repair technicians.This level one...

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