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Level 3 Air Conditioning: Award in Automotive Refrigerant Handling Epping Forest College

This course is designed for those who wish to carry out repairs to cars and vans on a commercial basis. All Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) technicians working with cars and car derived vans, must have achieved as a minimum requirement, a refrigerant handling qualification which fulfils the European Union F-Gas Regulation (EC842/2006 and Annex to Regulation EC307/2008).

Study level: Advanced

Duration: Different durations are available for this course

Study mode: Weekend | Short full time

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Level 3 Award in Electrically Propelled Vehicle Repair and Replacement (IMI Awards) Eastleigh College

This Award is designed for technicians who wish to maintain hybrid vehicles and the hybrid system itself. It contains the knowledge and skills required to work safely in and around the vehicle's hybrid system.

Study level: Advanced

Duration: Different durations are available for this course

Study mode: Part time evening

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Automotive Refrigerant Handling Award Barking & Dagenham College

In order to legally recover F-Gas (fluorinated greenhouse gas) from air conditioning systems in motor cars and car derived vans, all MAC (Mobile Air Conditioning technicians) must have achieved a refrigerant handling qualification (approved by DEFRA) meeting the EU F-Gas regulations. The IMI Awards Ltd Level 3 Award in Refrigerant Handling is such a course.

Study level: Not applicable

Duration: Variable

Study mode: Part time evening

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1 UNIT OF C&G CERT MOBILE AIR CONDITIONING run by Basingstoke College of Technology

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1 UNIT OF C&G CERT MOBILE AIR CONDITIONING Basingstoke College of Technology

From July 2010 new legislation requires that all personnel recovering or using refrigerant listed in the legislation must possess the new qualification or be liable to prosecution.

Duration: 1 week

Study mode: Customized

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IMI Level 1 Award in Electrical Vehicle Awareness Gateshead College

In this introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles we will show you some of the vehicles that are available and demonstrate the technology used in them. You will learn how to identify electric and hybrid vehicles and how they are powered.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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Auto Electrical and Mobile Electrical Principles Diploma Level 3 MANCHESTER COLLEGE (THE)

This level 3 qualification provides the essential knowledge for auto electricians working on vehicles in all types of garages, dealerships and maintenance depots. It focuses on faults involving the interaction of more than one auto electrical system and accurate diagnosis.

Study level: Advanced

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Part time day

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Mechanical Electrical Trim Intermediate Apprenticeship Level 2 (City and Guilds) Sandwell College of Further and Higher Education

This course is ideal if students intend to further a career in automotive. This is a two to three year course where they will attend college one day per week and spend four days in the workplace.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Full time

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Motor Vehicle - IMI Introduction to Auto Electrics Uxbridge College

An introduction into auto electrics and electric fault diagnosis. This course would improve your chances of entering or progressing as a motor mechanic or auto electrician.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 10 weeks

Study mode: Part time

Timetable: Mondays

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Level 1 Award in Electric Vehicle Awareness (IMI Awards) Eastleigh College

This award is designed for those people, such as paramedics and sales staff, who may encounter high voltage vehicles and require an awareness of their hazards. It contains the knowledge of the dangers surrounding electric vehicles and the precautions to avoid potential injury.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: 2 weeks

Study mode: Part time evening

Timetable: Thu 18:0021:00

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ATA Electric Vehicle Technician Gateshead College

This course is designed for people who will come into contact with electric vehicles within a body shop or workshop environment and need to isolate and remove specific components within the vehicle’s high voltage electrical system to ensure any further work can be carried out safely.

Study level: Not applicable

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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Auto Electrical and Mobile Electrical Principles Diploma Level 2 MANCHESTER COLLEGE (THE)

This is a level 2 qualification that covers the technical needs for today's motor vehicle repair industry, including the interpretation of data from system symptoms and diagnosis of non-complex faults. It provides essential knowledge for auto-electricians working on vehicles in all types of garages, dealerships and maintenance depots.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Part time day

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Mechanical Electrical Trim Advanced Apprenticeship Level 3 (City and Guilds) Sandwell College of Further and Higher Education

This course is ideal if students intend to further a career in automotive. This is a two to three year course where they will attend college one day per week and spend four days in the workplace.

Study level: Advanced

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Full time

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IMI (Level 2) Diploma in Auto Electrical and Mobile Electrical Principles Uxbridge College

This course is for those seeking a specialist career within the motor vehicle industry as an auto-electrician. Course Content The course covers the following units: Health, safety and good housekeeping Knowledge of support for job roles in the automotive work environment Materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices Locating and correcting simple electrical faults Enhancing vehicle electrical systems Inspecting vehicle using prescribed methods removing and replacing light vehicles electrical units and components.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Full time

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Level 2 Award in Routine Maintenance Activities on Electrically Propelled Vehicles (IMI Awards) Eastleigh College

This award is designed for technicians who wish to maintain and repair electric vehicles. It contains the knowledge required to work safely around a vehicle's high & low voltage electrical system and electric drive train system, whilst carrying out repairs or maintenance.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 5 weeks

Study mode: Part time evening

Timetable: Wed 18:0021:00

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Basic Vehicle Electrics Gateshead College

This course is aimed at personnel with little or no experience on vehicle electrics who wish to gain a basic understanding of vehicle wiring, diagnosis and repair techniques. You will gain a basic working knowledge of vehicle wiring and component operation.

Study level: Not applicable

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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Level 3 City and Guilds Basic Mobile Air Conditioning Eastleigh College

The qualification is for those who are already practicing in the industry and wish to continue repair and servicing of mobile air conditioning systems after the 04/07/2010. This unit is recognised by the UK Government as exceeding the minimum requirements of European Commission Directive 307/2008.

Study level: Advanced

Duration: 1 week

Study mode: Customized

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BTEC L2 Hazard Management Gateshead College

In this course you will learn the hazards presented by the DC and AC systems and the component locations on different vehicles. You will learn assessment and management of vehicle hazards under normal conditions, fault and/or vehicle damage, dealing with vehicles at the scene of an accident, recovery, vehicle fires and battery and electrolyte spills.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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IMI Level 2 Award in Routine Maintenance and Repair Gateshead College

This course is designed for people who require knowledge of vehicle high voltage systems and how to make them safe. New generation EV and hybrid vehicles present a different type and level of hazard, and new specialist knowledge and ability is essential to work safely on these machines.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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Level 2 Award in Electrical Propelled Vehicle Hazard Management Gateshead College

This course is designed for people who will come into contact with electric vehicles within a body shop or workshop environment and need to understand the hazards presented by the electric drive system. There are different hazards presented by different types of vehicle, and this course will give you the knowledge to make safe decisions when dealing with damaged electric and hybrid vehicles.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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ATA Service Maintenance Technician Assessment Gateshead College

This course covers Mechanical Systems of diesel timing belt, petrol timing belt, diesel injector, Electrical Systems - Basic of washers, lights, brakes; Computer Based Test Equipment - Basic; Braking System – Basic of disc, drum, parking and Vehicle Inspection.

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Part time day

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