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TopicOnly an experienced and qualified

  • Wed 6th May 2020 - 7:38am

    If a vehicle has a serious problem, then the driver will not only need the fault to be repaired, but will want the task to be performed correctly, and in a manner that prevents any future recurrences. Only an experienced and qualified car mechanic can provide this level of service. So, car mechanics have an important role to play in the repairing and checking of a large number of vehicles, in and industry with approx 31million cars on the road in the UK.


    Trainee car mechanics

    Those who hope to one day work as a car mechanic are expected to have Car AC Repair Dubai good GCSE results in Mathematics, Science, Design Technology and English. However, although employers want to know that aspiring mechanics can demonstrate knowledge of science and engineering, and possess strong practical abilities, they will still need training. One of the ways that this can be achieved is through an apprenticeship.

    Only an experienced and qualified

    Trainee car mechanics can undertake an apprenticeship with a qualified employer, although they are often limited to school leavers, and those aged 25 or under.

    Apprenticeship programmes involve two parts of training: part of it will be practical on-the-job training within motor mechanics, and the other part will be theoretical training. Apprenticeships comprise of studying for an NVQ qualification such as Level 2 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair, and functional skills in Maths and English. Other apprenticeship schemes will start with a Level 3 qualification, which generally require entry level qualifications such as a minimum of 4 5 GCSE's including Maths and English, or equivalent qualifications.

     

     

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