• Would you like to learn something new and meet new people?
  • Would you like to earn a living in an industry with ever expanding technology?
  • Would you like to gain practical knowledge of the Motor Vehicle industry?

The motor industry has seen massive developments over the years meaning that individuals who work on and repair modern motor vehicles need to be highly skilled and knowledgeable.

Our Motor Vehicle courses are structured along industry standards to offer you the opportunity to gain experience and knowledge that is common to almost all vehicle manufacturers today.

Our skilled and industry qualified staff will teach you in practical workshop sessions to gain hands on experience of vehicle components.

Students are given every opportunity to progress in their chosen field and are also placed in work experience to gain first hand awareness of the real world in a working garage.

Courses and Apprenticeships available in:

  • Motor Vehicle
  • Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
  • Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV)
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From initial entry onto a Motor Vehicle course students gain initial and ongoing awareness of industry related health and safety practices. Knowledge and skill is also developed in all vehicle systems including:

Servicing and maintenance, Chassis systems (steering, brakes and suspension), Engine systems, Transmission systems, Electrical systems.

The College study covers vehicle systems theory to gain the relevant knowledge to take into the workplace to be able to identify vehicle components and have an awareness of how they work.


Following the Motor Vehicle route you could be:
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Diagnostic Technician
  • Auto Electrics Technician
  • REME/Royal Engineers
  • RAF Airframe Technician
  • Navy Artificer

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“At the start of my Apprenticeship I shadowed the staff while they showed me different tasks around the workshop. They would explain what was wrong with the vehicles and show me how to check them. Soon I started identifying faults for myself and I was encouraged to carry out checks independently.”

Rory Taylor
Motor Vehicle Apprenticeship

Rory has had an interest in motor vehicle from a young age and at thirteen years old he was helping his brother fix and restore his friend’s cars.

Originally gaining a place on the full-time Motor Vehicle course at Rotherham College, the opportunity came up for Rory to switch to an Apprenticeship at a car dealership in Rotherham.

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