Diploma in Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair, Level 2
Have you recently completed your Diploma in Motorcycle Repair, Level 1? Maybe you have prior experience in the industry and are looking for a qualification? Whether you have experience in maintenance and repair or simply love motorbikes, our Level 2 Diploma offers the essential skills you need to take your training to the next level. Our course balances theory with some great hands-on experience. By working on real sports, commuters, cruisers
and mopeds, you will build your knowledge of different systems and begin to develop simple diagnosis and maintenance skills. You will learn how to remove and repair engines, electrical auxiliary units, vehicle chassis units and a range of other components. You will also gain a working knowledge of health and safety procedures, and develop important communications that will help you when ordering systems, job sheets and technical resources. You will also
improve your functional skills. Our course is a recognized entry requirement for working as a Service Technician, so you can start working in a garage, dealership or maintenance depot the minute you finish your last assignment.
Applicants must have a relevant Level 1 qualification. You will require 4 GCSE (A*-D) or (Grade 3 and above) including English and maths or have Level 1 Functional Skills. Entry will be subject to a satisfactory reference and interview.
Entry decisions will be discretionary at interview. Students will continually be assessed through probation period to ensure they are on the correct level.
How will I be assessed?
Through a combination of practical and written assessments
What can I do next
Your Level 2 Diploma qualifies you to work as a Service Technician. If you
want to take your skills to the next level, you may want to consider studying a Level 3
Diploma, which will enable you to work as a Diagnostic Technician. There are many
career paths to choose from in the motorcycle industry. You could get a job in a dealership,
fix the latest sports bikes or even work in a race team
- Health and safety
- Fabrication, tools and measuring devices
- Routine motorcycle maintenance
- Motorcycle engines
- replacement of motorcycle electrical units
- Motorcycle chassis units and components