Take the next step towards a career in engineering and motoring professions with a course from Mid Cheshire College.

Gain all the skills you’ll need, working in genuine workshop environments as part of an Engineering and Motor Vehicle Studies course.

You’ll work in the region’s best workshop facilities, like our fully-equipped motor vehicle workshop and our integrated fabrication and welding workshop.

You’ll get real life experience, whether you’re fixing cars for the public in the College’s MCC Autotech Garage, or getting to grips with the latest Toyota engine technology.

You’ll build essential theory and knowledge in computer suites and classrooms, and experience using computer-aided manufacturing (CAM).

You’ll complete the course with loads of vital experience and a nationally recognised qualification to help you progress into work or further study.

Potential Engineering and Motor Vehicle Studies careers include:
Civil engineer, building manager, structural engineer, mechanic, welder, repair shop mechanic.

Courses Available

Course Title
Location
Start Date
Full Fee
Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering
TBC
TBC
TBC
Level 2 BTEC Diploma in Engineering CIV1110
TBC
TBC
TBC
Level 3 BTEC 90 Credit Diploma in Engineering
TBC
TBC
TBC
Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering
12/09/2016
Level 3 BTEC 90 Credit Diploma in Engineering
11/09/2017
Level 2 Institute of Motor Industry (IMI) Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
12/09/2016
£595.00
Certificate in Motor vehicle (Entry 3)
TBC
TBC
TBC
Level 2 Institute of Motor Industry (IMI) Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
11/09/2017
£595.00

Apprenticeships

If you’re working in engineering or the motor vehicle industry, you can pick up a qualification as you earn with an apprenticeship from Mid Cheshire College.

You’ll take control of your professional development, honing your abilities as you work. You’ll combine all the practical skill of your day-to-day role with additional teaching from the college, and end up with a CV-boosting vocational qualification.

Find a course relevant to your job, like Fabrication and Welding, Vehicle Maintenance, Engineering Technical Support and more. The college works in collaboration with your employer to make sure you’re gaining the most relevant industry knowledge.

Courses range from one to three years. By the end you’ll have a wealth of on-the-job experience nationally-recognised qualification under your belt to prove your professional skills to employers.

Course length: 36 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 36 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 36 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 36 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 45 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 45 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 36 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role

Course length: 24 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus required
Must be working in a relevant role
Suitable for those working in sheet metal fabrication

Course length: 24 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus not required
Must be working in a relevant role
Suitable for those working in setting up and operating machines during production

Course length: 12 months
Teaching time at Mid Cheshire College campus not required
Must be working in a relevant role and possess a relevant level 2 qualification (or equivalent)
Suitable for those working in mechanic/assistant mechanic role

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Money matters.
Depending upon your circumstances, you may be able to apply for financial support to help you during your studies. Find out more.