Skills in diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle engine faults
Skills in diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle chassis system faults
Knowledge of diagnosis and rectification of motorcycle engine faults
Knowledge in diagnosis and rectification of motorcycle chassis faults
Knowledge of diagnosis and rectification of motorcycle transmission and driveline faults
Skills in diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle electrical faults
Skills in how to make learning possible through demonstrations and instruction
Knowledge of how to make learning possible through demonstrations and instruction
Skills in diagnosing and rectifying motorcycle transmission faults
Skills in health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment
Skills in supporting job roles in the automotive work environment
Skills in materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment
Knowledge of health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment
Knowledge of support for job roles in the automotive work environment
Skills in routine motorcycle maintenance
Skills in motorcycle internal engine systems
Skills in removing and replacing motorcycle electrical units and components
Skills in removing and replacing motorcycle chassis units and components
Skills in motorcycle preparation and inspection
Knowledge of routine motorcycle maintenance
Knowledge of motorcycle internal engine systems
Knowledge of removing and replacing motorcycle electrical units and components
Knowledge of removing and replacing motorcycle chassis units and components
Knowledge of motorcycle preparation and inspection
Knowledge of motorcycle fuel, ignition, air and exhaust system units and components
An English GCSE at C (4) or higher plus a minimum of three others at C (4) or higher, including Maths or Science.
Internal progressing students (1 year level 3)
Successful completion of the C & G Level 2 Diploma in Motorcycle maintenance and repair principles including at least 1 functional skill at level 2 in either Application of Number or Communication), or equivalent qualifications.
In addition Learning Areas may apply specific agreed aptitude assessments that assist selection.
Applicants for all courses in Motorcycle Studies are expected to show a strong commitment to the industry and a strong personal statement.
Learning and assessment
Assignments (practical assessment workbooks) comprising of practical tasks and knowledge based questions to cover all learning outcomes as well as online multiple choice tests.
Students will be able to take an Advanced Apprenticeship in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair – Motorcycle or continue learning with an appropriate Foundation Degree.
Students can also develop further their leadership and management skills by taking a higher level qualification through the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).
This qualification will prepare the student to become a motorcycle diagnostic technician/race technician and work in a race team, at an independent garage, a large manufacturer or even in their own business.
1 Specialist Clothing and Equipment:
Myerscough Motorsport fire retardant overalls and suitable protective footwear
2 Extra Costs:
Course material, pens, pencils, note book etc.
Although not essential for the course, students may wish to buy books.
Trips and visits – approximate cost £50 - £100