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Transport Engineering PCV Body Repair & Fitting Apprenticeship Level 2

College of North West London

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Qualification Name: Cert In Transport Engineering Maintenance For Passenger Carrying Vehicles - Level 2 Course Name: Transport Engineering PCV Body Repair & Fitting Apprenticeship Level 2 Course Code: TWCV Centre: Willesden Applies to: Adults Availability: Part Time Day (One day a week 9:00am - 5:00pm) Who is this course for? This course is for those who wish to study body repairs on passenger carrying vehicles. It is designed to develop candidates practical hand skills and technical knowledge, enabling them to work in the Transport Industry as a Coach-builder. What are the entry requirements? Full time employment in the industry as an apprentice carrying out duties relevant to the trade specified. All candidates must illustrate capacity to achieve all the necessary qualifications. After applying you will have an interview to determine which course is suitable for your needs and abilities. Minimum Literacy Level: Entry 2 You can read and understand short pieces of writing such as letters, messages, simple stories, timetables and adverts. You can write short pieces of writing - for example an email to a friend, a simple letter, a story or a message. Minimum Numeracy Level: Entry 2 You can work with numbers, symbols, and simple diagrams. You can add and subtract simple numbers and use simple fractions. You can use money, tell the time, measure things and know about squares, triangles and rectangles. What qualification will I receive? Certificate in Transport Engineering Maintenance for PCV (Body Cladding) NVQ Level 2 Transport Engineering Maintenance for PCV (Body Cladding Level 1 Key Skills: Communication and Application of Number and Information Communication Technology, Apprenticeship Framework Certificate. Where can it lead? On completion of the above qualifications, candidates can progress to an Advanced Apprenticeship. What will I study? The course covers both practical and theoretical practices including principles in Transport Engineering. You will gain knowledge and practical experience and will cover the following units: Health and Safety, vehicle body welding and cutting, basic vehicle electrics, body shop equipment, assembly and repair and other set tasks. How will I be taught? The course consists of both practical and theoretical lessons. The College's workshops are equipped with the latest technology and resources to support candidates learning. How will I be assessed? You will take online test at end of each module. Assessors will assess your practical work both at college and in the workplace. On site you will be expected to demonstrate that you have the skills and ability to carry out jobs to industry standards. What support is available while I am on the course? All apprentices are assigned to an Apprenticeship Co-ordinator who will be responsible for supporting the apprentice throughout the duration of their training. The Co-ordinator works closely with your employer to ensure that you meet the range of work required for the completion of the NVQ. You will also have regular tutorials with your course tutor. The College offers a comprehensive range of support services which included learning and language support. What will it cost? If you are 19 and over your employer will be required to contribute towards your course fees.

Qualification Name: Cert In Transport Engineering Maintenance For Passenger Carrying Vehicles - Level 2 Course Name: Transport Engineering PCV Body Repair & Fitting Apprenticeship Level 2 Course Code: TWCV Centre: Willesden Applies to: Adults Availability: Part Time Day (One day a week 9:00am - 5:00pm) Who is this course for? This course is for those who wish to study body repairs on passenger...

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