This level will suit you if you have a great deal of technical skills and knowledge and looking to gain more responsibility by supervising others, running your own business or moving to a diagnostic technician level. You work with minimum supervision and have a good record of safety, fault correction and ensuring work meets the required standard and you can continue with higher levels in Automobile industry.
Is a certificate that certifies your skills. It is an nationally recognized certificate confirming that you possess skills up to the respective NVQ level to work productively in the relevant profession. NVQ system is a skills evaluation system which has a higher tendency to obtain foreign employment.
For the recent past the TVET sector has displayed a significant growth. It has established a NVQ Framework levels 1 – 7 and conduct courses in many subject areas. Considerable numbers of student as acquired qualification and was able to secure employment in both public sector and private sector and foreign employment. This growth contributed to the development of the Industry in turn reflected in the economic growth of Sri Lanka.On Successful completion of this course the students obtains a NVQ Certificate which is approved by government.
Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC) Registration No. P01/0535
These qualifications are for candidates who need to know more the safety precautions to be taken when working on or near a high voltage hybrid. Therefore,
this applies not just to automotive technicians but also, for example, emergency services staff.
What do the qualifications cover?
As a result of learning, level 2 candidates will have learnt the essential knowledge about:
• hybrid system components and operation
• how to work safely on hybrid and related
• how to work safely around electric vehicles.
Level 3 candidates will have the essential knowledge for:
• taking safety precautions when working on
hybrid vehicle systems
• using appropriate tools and equipment to
carry out hybrid vehicles repairs safely
• recording information and making suitable
Candidates wanting to broaden their understanding of carrying out body repairs to motor vehicles as a result of an accident. It also gives them the opportunity to learn how to develop others. Successful candidates could use their knowledge and
skills in a variety of roles including specialist repair or specialist finishing in a car bodywork workshop.
What does the qualification cover?
It combines theoretical knowledge and the development of practical skills in automotive accident repair. It covers areas such as body, mechanical and
electrical repairs, and paint and trim.
This Level 3 Diploma in Accident Repair Paint is for anyone developing a career in a motor industry. This practical qualification demonstrates candidate’s skills on the job and in their own workplace showing that they meet national standards for automotive workers. The structure assessment strategy has been produced by the institute of the Motor Industry, who are the Sector Skills Council for the Automotive Industry.
What does the qualification cover?
Candidates cover areas such as preparing, painting and finishing different surfaces, applying fillers and carrying out repairs t motor vehicles paintwork. They are assessed in the workplace by using the following methods;
|* verbal questioning of essential knowledge|
|* City & Guilds ‘ GOLA multiple choice test|
We also provide practical and theoretical knowledge for these courses and we have classes on weekdays & weekends.
- Electric Vehicles & Fuel Cell Vehicles
- Common Rail
- Advanced Auto Techniques
- Skills Proficiency – City & Guilds
- Advanced Electronics Principles
- Electrical Principles