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This course provides students with the opportunity to study the repair and maintenance of motorcycles and motor scooters at entry level. Additional support to improve literacy and numeracy skills is provided. It takes place in purpose-built facilities where students use the latest industry-standard tools,...more
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You will work in both a practical environment and the classroom as you develop techinques and a broader understanding of motorcycle repair. Throughout the course you can expect to cover the following topics: - Motorcycle Chassis Systems - Motorcycle Engines - Motorcycle Transmission Systems - Motorcycle...more
Start your career as a Motorcycle Technician with this comprehensive course covering the latest content on motorcycle models and technology. Gain detailed information on fuel injection, suspension systems, V-engine technology and more. As a bonus, ATV service and repair is also included because of the...more
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NVQ level 2 – IMI level 2 NVQ in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Motorcycle) Functional Skills – IT level 1, Maths level 1 and Communications level 1 Technical Certificate – IMI level 2 Technical certificate in vehicle maintenance and repair (motorcycle). Employment responsibilities and rights are introduced,...more
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In this course, you will be introduced to a range of new technologies and learn how to diagnose and fix complex system faults, ready for a fantastic career in the industry. You will learn through a combination of class-based learning and hands-on practice in the workshop. You will study advanced engine, chassis,...more
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Level 2 will suit you if you have already developed a good foundation of skills and knowledge required to become a motorcycle technician and are ready to move to the next level. This level 2 qualification covers the technical needs for today’s motorcycle repair industry, including the diagnosis of non-complex...more
Choose an extraordinary career and study at West Kent College in Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.
This course is designed for those planning a career within the motorcycle industry as either a technician or associated motor industry employment. The programme includes: Health & safety in the workshop, Carrying out routine vehicle maintenance and Removing and replacing units and components relating to engines,...more
Last year more than 9,000 students chose to study at Bromley including 2,000 students aged between 16 and 18 who enrolled on full-time courses.
This course provides you with the opportunity to study the repair and maintenance of motorcycles and motor scooters at an intermediate level. It takes place in purpose-built facilities where you use the latest industry standard tools, equipment and current model motorcycles. What you will study: Much of the...more
If your motorcycle is your pride and joy this course will enable you to give it the care it deserves. By working on your own bike or using a College bike you will learn basic tasks associated with motor cycle maintenance. What you will study Introduction to motor cycle scheduled maintenance including simple...more
Canterbury College is a great place for people of all ages and abilities to meet and learn from its large variety of qualifications.
This Apprenticeship deals with the repair and maintenance of all types of vehicles, from mopeds to lorries. There are more than 32 million vehicles on the UK's roads, which means we need plenty of motor vehicle technicians to keep them roadworthy. What will I learn: You'll be working in a service technician type...more
Own your own bike and want to save money on servicing costs? Learn how to do it yourself and see a return on your investment in no...more
Whether you’re still schooling, considering a degree, or looking to improve work skills, our college’s a great place to gain suitable qualifications.
This is an exciting study programme which encompasses general motorcycle maintenance and repair procedures, giving you a good insight into the industry. It will provide essential knowledge for this specialist group of maintenance and repair technicians, and covers the basic technical needs of today's motorcycle...more
With learning centres in Aberdeenshire & Aberdeen, North East Scotland College offers students a variety of flexible courses plus excellent teaching.
This course provides you with an excellent introduction to motorcycle maintenance, allowing you to build up your confidence and develop essential skills. You will take part in various practical processes and develop a good understanding of the benefits motorcycle maintenance. Get to grips with essential...more
This mechanics study course requires no previous experience and will help you to develop basic skills in motorcycle maintenance and repair methods and principles. This part time study is available for those wishing to learn how to maintain and repair motorcycles at an introductory level or progress to higher...more
We offer full-time and part-time courses for everyone; from adult education and apprenticeships to technical and professional courses for 14-18's.
Through theory and practical lessons, you will develop the essential knowledge and skills requires by the motorcycle industry. This will include: -Health, safety and good housekeeping -Materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices -Routine motorcycle maintenance -Motorcycle internal engine systems...more
Bike maintenance classes will provide you with the skills to carry out basic maintenance on your bike to ensure it functions as efficiently as possible between your major services, therefore prolonging the life of your bike and its components. It will also reduce the frequency that you need to book it in for a...more
Earn while you learn, aimed at those who prefer vocational training to academic study and those who wish to gain employment by gaining a technical skill and knowledge, but also demonstrate competence in the workplace. An Apprenticeship is a vocational, work-based programme that demonstrates competence and...more
This qualification is ideal for anyone who wishes to pursue a career as a Motorcycle Technician or anyone keen to develop their knowledge of the Motor industry in a service and repair environment. Level 1 is the first step on the route to taking you from beginner's level all the way through to a qualified...more
Apprenticeships are a popular choice for young people aged 16 - 24 looking for on-the-job training and the opportunity to gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst earning a wage. Most of your training will be directly linked to motor vehicle maintenance and repair, gaining practical experience in the...more
An apprenticeship in Motor Vehicle Mechanics will develop your employability skills and give you valuable experience of working in a motor vehicle/ garage setting. You will need to work in a garage or dealership environment, working a minimum of 30 hours per week. Mandatory units: Skills and knowledge in health...more
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