Fast Fitting Level 2

The Basics

Sector: Automotive
Awarding Body: City and Guilds
Qualification: Level 2 Apprenticeship in Fast Fitting
Qualification Type: Apprenticeship Framework
Duration: 14 months
Type of Assessment: Continuous assessment throughout the programme

What you will Learn

> Inspection, repair and replacement of tyres
> Ability to use four-wheel alignment technology
> Identifying and agreeing customer service needs
> Ability to use a range of materials and tools
> How to support Senior Motor Vehicle Technicians in the workplace
> Installation of batteries, clutches, suspensions dampers and brakes

Overview

As a fast fitting technician, you will learn to remove and replace faulty components such as tyres, batteries, exhausts and other vehicle components, usually whilst the customer waits.

As an apprentice, you will work closely with an experienced technician to gain a range of practical skills and technical know-how in order to further your career.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal qualifications required for this role however it is preferential that you have either completed the Automotive Study Programme or have some experience of working within this industry.

Roles Available in this Sector

> Motor Mechanic
> Fast Fitter
> Motor Vehicle Technician
> Vehicle Body Repairer

Progression

> Level 2 Apprenticeship in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair

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