You'll cover things like:
- Vehicle science and technology
- Diagnosing problems with motor vehicles
- Repairing motor vehicles
- Communication skills
- Working with others
- Management skills
- Systems and information technology
- Financial management
- Legal principles.
For international qualifications, how you learn and are assessed depends on where you do your qualification. To find out how the qualification works in your location, find and contact a local training provider.
For the Certificates in Motor Vehicle Engineering you'll usually do a multiple-choice test and a practical demonstration, and for the Diplomas in Motor Vehicle Engineering you'll do a written test too.
Which Level is right for me?
You have no previous experience in the motor vehicle engineering industry. You want to learn the basic theory and practical skills you need to start servicing vehicles under supervision.
You have a little knowledge of motor vehicle engineering and want to gain the essential skills you need to service vehicles and gradually start taking on some supervisory responsibilities.
You have considerable experience of working as a motor vehicle engineer and want to take your career further by learning more advanced engineering skills as well as starting to take on management roles.
You have a great deal of knowledge of the industry and want to learn highly advanced or specialised engineering skills as well as taking on more senior management roles. You might also want to move on to higher education.