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Motor Vehicle

A Career in Motor Vehicle

There are more than 32 million vehicles on the UK’s roads, so we need plenty of Motor Vehicle Technicians to keep them roadworthy. An Apprenticeship provides a direct route into this fast-paced industry and could lead to a career as a:

  • Light Vehicle Service Technician
  • Assistant Mechanic
  • Paint Technician
  • Light Vehicle Diagnostic Technician
  • Senior Paint Technician

Sources:
www.smmt.co.uk
www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

 

We have strong links with the University of Bolton's new £13 million National Centre for Motorsport Engineering, a leading light in motorsport performance engineering. Our learners enjoy masterclasses within the Centre and there are clear progression routes from our motor vehicle courses to programmes delivered by the Centre, leading to a career as a motorsport engineer, vehicle technician or classic car restorer. 

Interested? View our Apprenticeship below...

Could this be your future?

Motor Vehicle Body Repair Apprenticeship Levels 2 & 3:

  • Vehicle Body Repair Materials
  • Basic Vehicle Body Repair
  • Removing & Fitting Non-permanent Vehicle Body Panels


Motor Vehicle Maintenance Apprenticeship Levels 2 & 3:

  • Vehicle Construction & Maintenance
  • Operating Principles of Tyres, Brakes, Steering & Suspension Systems
  • Operating Principles of Engines & Transmission Systems


Motor Vehicle Refinishing Apprenticeship Levels 2 & 3:

  • Vehicle Refinishing Tools
  • Vehicle Refinish
  • Maintenance & Repair

Student Success

jake roberts motor vehicle apprentice

Jake Roberts
Motor Vehicle Body Repair Apprenticeship Level 3
Working at Boundary Garage

"I prefer working to being in a classroom, and being able to earn whilst you learn is a real financial bonus. What's more you get to work alongside highly skilled body repairers every day. My Apprenticeship has been a really positive experience. I achieved my Level 3 qualification and I now work here full-time."

Hear what our students have to say