11 Sep 2023
For students who want to develop the specialist knowledge required by the automotive sector, it has been designed to support the needs of employers within the industry.
You will be encouraged to enter competitions to test your skills against other colleges and the military. Events could include WorldSkills or the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Automotive Challenge. You will also benefit from 24/7 access to our online resources LJ Create and Vehicle Visuals.
A minimum of five GCSEs at grade 3 or above, including English.
This course will allow you to develop knowledge not only in Light Vehicle but other means of transport. It will also allow you to have the flexibility to develop your knowledge and skills across a variety of specialist areas to prepare you for further studies and potentially enter a job role they desire in the future. Students will be assessed in a range of ways including combined assessments and one online test that covers the mandatory units.
To successfully achieve all units in the qualification must be completed, including all assessments (practical and theory), to a satisfactory level and maximum attendance is required.
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