This one-year course is for 16-19 year-olds who want to learn and develop lots of practical skills associated with the repair of vehicle bodies. The course is ideal for learners who already have a Level 2 qualification or can demonstrate significant experience in the repair of vehicle bodies.
You’ll have previously completed a Level 2 Motor Vehicle qualification. You’ll also need to demonstrate technical knowledge and understanding of the repair of collision-damaged vehicles.
This is a full-time course of about 13 hours per week. Learners have the best opportunity to experience a wide variety of body repair activities, including Mechanical, Body Repair, Welding and Paint Refinishing. The programme involves heavy impact damage to vehicles, which would include the use of JIG and alignment equipment to rectify. At the end of the programme you will achieve a Vocationally Related Qualification in Body Repair at Level 3, along with one functional skill.
You will have three weeks of enrichment activities as part of your course. Activities may include trips to Blackpool, London, Baggeridge Country Park, Malvern or Dovedale, Coventry Motor Museum, plus mountain biking, go karting, ten pin bowling and ice skating.
Assessments vary from practicals, online testing and oral questioning, to some assignment work. Support will be given to any learner if required.
Successful completion of this course would enhance your employment potential within the automotive trade. The Advanced Apprenticeship programme is also an option.
Success Rates on courses for 16-18 year-olds nearly 7% better than national average*