The retail automotive sector employs over 500,000 people with a turnover of a massive £146 billion per year! Working in automotive involves manufacturing and maintaining vehicles such as cars, buses, and motorcycles. The sector is fast-changing, as it is required to develop with the latest technology, so students will need to be innovative with their approach to solving mechanical problems.
School Leaver Courses
Generally studied by 16-18 year olds as an alternative to A-Levels.
Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Level 3
Through theory and practical lessons, you will develop the essential knowledge and skills required by…
Transport Maintenance Level 1
This qualification is designed to engage and motivate students who are interested in learning about the…
Vehicle Technology Level 2
Through theory and practical lessons, you will develop the essential knowledge required by the motor…
Adult Professional Courses
Expert qualifications that can be studied flexibly around your working life.
ATA Light Vehicle Inspection Technician at Level 3 - one-day assessment
IMI Accreditation is a practical, non-academic way to demonstrate individual capability, providing independent…
DVSA MOT Tester Training
This qualification is recognised by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), as meeting its requirements…
The Motor Vehicle department boasts outstanding facilities, including an MOT test station, the latest diagnostic equipment and interactive learning aids. Programmes are available at levels suitable for the needs and abilities of all students.
Counselling courses are ‘life-changing’ say HE Learners
Counselling is a continuously evolving career choice and the new DipHE Counselling Diploma qualifications at Eastleigh College are proving popular with learners looking to take their next steps towards this fulfilling and impactful career path. Diploma-qualified counsellors now have the option to top up their counselling diploma (DipHE) to a Bachelor degree with Eastleigh College.
Adult students on a career path are positive about going to university
According to figures recently reported by UCAS, the total number of applicants wishing to start university in September hit a new high. The findings coincide with the results of an exit poll of 250 adult learners from Eastleigh College in which 98% agreed that ‘My course will enable me to develop a new career’.