Perfect if you want to build on your existing knowledge of motorcycle maintenance and repair and, most importantly, get you ready for that dream job!
You’ll learn how to diagnose and rectify motorcycle electrical, engine and chassis system faults.
You can expect lots of hands-on experience and practice in our purpose built workshops at London Road.
The course covers:
- Knowledge of materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment
- Diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle electrical faults
- Motorcycle preparation and inspection
- Diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle engine faults
- Diagnosis and rectification of motorcycle chassis system faults
Aged 19 or over?
If you don't already hold a Level 3 qualification (equivalent to at least two A Levels, or a Level 3 vocational qualification), you can now study this course fully funded!
The Government’s new National Skills Fund programme has created new opportunities for adults, aged 19 and over, to access fully funded full-time learning.
For more information, view our Funded Courses for Over 19s page.
If you are aged 16-18 without having achieved a Level 3 qualification, you will also be eligible for full funding.
Start: Monday 5th September 2022
Course code: C000203 / Q001179
IMI Level 3 Diploma in Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Principles
You’ll need a relevant Level 2 vocational qualification with English and Maths GCSE grades 9– 4 (A*– C).
|Teaching & assessment||
The assessment is made up of three components (set by IMI Awards):
The knowledge component of this qualification is also independently assessed via online testing. The tests are mapped to each knowledge unit's learning outcomes and assessment criteria to ensure coverage.
Choose to follow with employment in the motorcycle industry.
Students aged 16-18 don't have to pay tuition fees.
If you are an EU/EEA or Swiss National, please visit our EU Settled Status scheme page for more information.
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