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.
Level 1 in Transport Maintenance
This qualification is designed to engage and motivate students who are interested in learning about the…
Level 2 in Logistics
The basics of operational supply chains, communication, automation of supply chains and technologies…
Level 2 in Vehicle Technology
Through theory and practical lessons, you will develop the essential knowledge required by the motor…
Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard - Motor Vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician (Light Vehicle)
A motor vehicle technician services and repairs light vehicles such as cars and vans and works either…
Level 3 in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
Through theory and practical lessons, you will develop the essential knowledge and skills required by…
Level 3 in Logistics
Learners will be able to identify methods of transporting goods nationally and internationally, ensuring…
|Job Role||Vehicle Technician||MOT Tester||Vehicle Parts Advisor||Vehicle Body Technicians||Garage Managers and Proprietors||Estimators and Assessors|
|Average Salary||£17,000- £36,000||£28,000- £30,000||£17,000- £30,000||£15,000- £32,000||£20,000- £64,000||£20,000- £55,000|
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.
94% of learners say they would recommend the College to a friend and overall satisfaction climbs
Upon completion of their courses a total of 781 learners aged 16-19 took part in the annual exit survey that benchmarked Eastleigh College positively against 1,377,178 responses from over 100 Colleges across the country.
Andrew is a winner at the global BTEC Awards
Andrew Urben, a second year learner at Eastleigh College, received a bronze award for BTEC Business and Enterprise Learner of the Year 2021 at the annual BTEC Awards. His outstanding achievements are among inspiring stories from more than 700 BTEC learners, tutors, teachers, schools and colleges from over 30 countries to be recognised and celebrated in the competition.