Course overviewMotor Vehicle T-Levels is a new qualification bringing classroom and work placement together. Equivalent to 3 A Levels, with 80% classroom 20% industrial placement the T Levels is a gold standard technical option for young people at 16-19, students will develop the knowledge and practical experience they need to pursue a skilled profession - designed in partnership with business, to give employers the skills they need.
Who is it for:-
If you are a 16-19-year-old learner, who wishes to work within the Motor Vehicle Industry or to move into higher education, it will give you the skills and knowledge required.
In year one the qualification will help you gain an understanding of the engineering industry and you will cover topics such as:
-Working within the engineering and manufacturing sectors, past, present and future.
-Health and safety.
- Mathematics and science for engineering and manufacturing.
- Materials and their properties.
- Mechanical, electrical and electronic principles and Mechatronics.
- Business, commercial and financial awareness and professional responsibilities, attitudes, and behaviours.
In year two, learners will specialise in light and electric vehicle systems and undertake key procedures for maintenance and repair. Learners will have the opportunity to plan, perform and evaluate their work whilst utilising a range of materials, tools and equipment. Students will develop:-
-Knowledge of electrical systems and components, power sources, power units, and engine types
- Knowledge and application of component classification, numbering and referencing systems
- Knowledge of how components are removed, replaced, and repaired as part of vehicle maintenance activities
- Skills to plan and prepare vehicle maintenance activities using evaluation
- Skills to select and use tools, equipment, and technology safely and effectively to complete vehicle maintenance, servicing, and repair activities
What else do I need to know?Applying and accepting the offer on this course will require a commitment to undertake a mandatory industry placement (of which a minimum of 315 hours need to be completed). NSCG work closely with a range of companies who are committed to providing an industry placement. Students will be offered a placement following a successful interview with an employer.
Students enrolling on this programme are given their own brand new laptop to complement their technical studies.
What are the entry requirements?
How is it assessed?
What financial support is on offer?
College Maintenance Allowance (CMA): Anyone with a household income under £26,000 can receive up to £20 per week financial support to help pay for travel and meals and meet the costs of essential trips, books, stationery and equipment. The payments will be subject to full attendance on your course. A range of other financial support is available, depending on your personal circumstances. For more details visit www.nscg.ac.uk/finance
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