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Motor Vehicle Engineering Diploma - City and Guilds

The aim of the diploma in mechanical engineering programme is to teach much more than the theory of vehicle repair students gain adequate skills to maintain and repair vehicles - from mechanical and electrical work, re-sprays, bodywork and tyre-fitting, to getting stranded motorists back on the road again.

City and Guilds

City and Guilds

  •  Diploma  2 years

    This City & Guilds diploma in Motor Vehicle Engineering is a comprehensive programme which covers all aspects of vehicle repair and maintenance across two main themes: engines, and chassis. Once students pass their exams, they become fully-qualified mechanics.

    This programme is recognised worldwide. Once qualified, graduates go on to get excellent jobs in international firms as retained mechanics. Through the course, students will learn about all aspects of vehicle repair.

    A diploma in Motor Vehicle Engineering could help you to get a job as a:

    • Motor vehicle mechanic
    • Motor vehicle technician
    • A supervisor or team leader.

     



     

    Motor Vehicle Engineering Diploma - objectives

    The aim of the diploma in mechanical engineering programme is to teach much more than the theory of vehicle repair students gain adequate skills to maintain and repair vehicles - from mechanical and electrical work, re-sprays, bodywork and tyre-fitting, to getting stranded motorists back on the road again.

    Entry Requirements

    KCSE grade C- (minus)

    Motor Vehicle Engineering Diploma - course content

    • Chassis systems 1
    • Maths, science, and communications
    • Vehicle systems practical 1.
    • Engine systems 2
    • Chassis systems 2
    • Vehicle systems practical 2
    • Engine systems 3
    • Chassis systems 3
    • Vehicle systems practical 3.

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