Qualifications Available:

  • IMI Level 1 Certificate Transport Maintenance
  • IMI Level 2 Certificate Cycle Maintenance & Repair
  • IMI Level 2 Diploma Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Principles
  • IMI Level 3 Diploma Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Principles
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About These Qualifications:

Our light vehicle qualifications are nationally recognised, vocational and vocationally-related qualifications which allow learners to demonstrate that their knowledge, skills and competence are of the standard required to work in the motor industry. They are designed to help you build and showcase your skillset within this sector and cover areas such as the inspection, maintenance, repair and servicing of light vehicles.

The Level 2 qualification is aimed at learners who wish to develop understanding and skills in the building, servicing, repair and maintenance of cycles. This qualification also suits individuals with a keen leisure interest in cycles.

About this Course

The programme of our Vehicle Maintenance courses involves learners studying both the theory and practical aspects of the essential knowledge and skills required by today’s motor vehicle repair industry. Learners also gain a broad knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the workplace and other skills associated with working in a garage.

Our Cycle Maintenance course offers learners practical study of all aspects of maintenance and repair, including completing a cycle check, puncture repairs, removal and replacement of gear assembly, rim brake assembly, hub bearings, bottom brackets, cranks and gear systems, building a cycle wheel, preparing frames and forks, augmenting a cycle, changing a cycle frame, and servicing headset assemblies.


These courses are assessed by a combination of written and practical tests, as well as online assessment.


These qualifications have the potential to provide useful recognition of learners’ professional competence, which may aid them in securing jobs and progression in to the vehicle and cycle maintenance industries. They may also provide a stepping stone to further education, potentially at degree level.