Diploma in Vehicle Maint & Repair Light L2

Course starts usually in September
Part time day course days are ( TBC )
Level 2
Cost or fee remission information
Bishop Auckland Campus

Course overview

Throughout the Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Light L2 you will study the essential theory of modern vehicle technology in the classroom and develop the practical skills in the workshop which will enable you to carry out routine maintenance and repair tasks on light vehicles.


Course requirements

A minimum of four GCSEs at grade D including maths, English or science depending on course requirements, a Level 1 Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance, alternative qualifications and experience will be considered.

An interview, satisfactory reference and short assessment will assess your suitability and interest in the subject.


What will I do?

You will study the essential theory of modern vehicle technology in classroom and develop the practical skills in the workshop which will enable you to carry out routine maintenance and repair tasks on light vehicles.


What will it give me?

The course will give you a City & Guilds Diploma Qualification at Level 2, which is recognised by industry and which will give you the knowledge and understanding required to pursue a career in the Motor industry.

The College has an extremely successful record in progressing Level 2 learners into paid Apprenticeships as soon as they are ready.

We work with a number of local employers in providing training of automotive apprentices


Materials needed

You will need Safety Footwear, overalls and a course text book which you can purchase from the College. A course folder, paper, pens and memory stick.


What can I do when I finish?

If you gain suitable grades you may progress to the Level 3 City & Guilds in Vehicle Maintenance and repair (light vehicles) course or a paid Apprenticeship at Level 2 or 3.


What next?

If you would like to apply, please click on the APPLY section below. Thank you.

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