If you plan to pursue a career in the motor vehicle industry - specifically working with classic vehicles - then these courses are for you. According to research by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs, there is a need for around 1,000 new apprentices in classic vehicle restoration across the UK.

These courses are designed to give you a broad base of knowledge and experience to prepare you for working within the industry. You spend 1-2 days a week in college participating in classroom and practical-based sessions. The other 3-4 days are spent in the workplace, putting what you have learned into practice.

You will be expected to build a portfolio with evidence you have collected in the workplace. An assessor will visit your workplace to observe your working practices. All functional skills (English and maths) will be delivered at college within your day release.

Level 3 Classic Vehicle Restoration

This course is designed to give you a broad base of knowledge and experience to prepare you for working within the industry and focuses on developing the particular skills and knowledge required for older ‘classic’ vehicles.

What I'll learn

This qualification contains many units to allow learners the flexibility to develop their knowledge and competence across a range of different disciplines. It also develops the learners' knowledge of the history and heritage of classic vehicles.

Following successful completion of this course, you can go on to an advanced apprenticeship in the industry, or gain employment using your new qualification.

APPRENTICE STORIES
  • Joe Mellor

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