Total Qualification Time
Guided Learning Hours
Who is it suitable for?
This engaging and motivating Vocationally Related Qualification (VRQ) is generally aimed at learners 16-19 years old who have a keen interest to learn about vehicle accident repair.
This qualification consists of Group A Mandatory units and Group B Vehicle Accident Repair units; both Group A Mandatory units and 2 Group B Vehicle Accident Repair units need to be successfully completed to achieve this qualification.
Group A Mandatory Units:
- L1AM01 - Health and Safety in the Workplace
- L1AM02 - Tools, Equipment and Consumable Materials for Vehicle Maintenance
Group B Vehicle Accident Repair Units:
- L1AM05 - Engine Cooling System Components and Maintenance
- L1AM09 - Exhaust System Components and Maintenance
- L1AM10 - Steering System Components and Maintenance
- L1AM12 - Braking System Components and Maintenance
- L1AM15 - Vehicle Electrical System Components and Maintenance
- L1AR01 - Remove And Replace Interior And Exterior Trim
- L1AR02 - Vehicle Damage Assessment
- L1AR03 - Introduction to Metal Preparation
- L1AR04 - Panel Removal and Refitting
- L1AR05 - Minor Panel Damage Repairs
- L1AR06 - Vehicle Welding Techniques
- L1AR07 - Paintless Dent Removal Techniques
- L1AR08 - Adhesive Bonding and Mechanical Fastening
- L1AR09 - Vehicle Paint Preparation
- L1AR10 - Spray Gun Components and Maintenance
- L1AR11 - Paint Spraying and Masking Techniques
- L1AR12 - Primer Preparation and application Techniques
- L1AR13 - Interior Cosmetic Repair Techniques
- L1AR14 - Panel Joint Sealing and Corrosion Protection
- L1AR15 - Removing and Applying Graphics and Lettering
- L1AR16 - Vehicle Exterior Valeting and Detailing
- L1AR17 - Vehicle Interior Valeting and Detailing
The units have been developed to provide flexibility for this qualification. Learners will develop their knowledge and skills in a mainly practical setting which will help them prepare for further studies in vehicle accident repair industries or employment.
Learners can typically progress to a higher level of learning such as a Level 2 Certificate or Diploma and also supplement their progress to GCSEs and other appropriate destinations, such as apprenticeships and employment.
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