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A car, like the human body, is made up of several different parts and systems. For a car to run smoothly and prevent any massive issues, it has to visit its doctor, a.k.a. car mechanics.
It goes without saying that a well-maintained car runs more effectively, but keeping up with routine maintenance will save you money in the long run. With the help of these, you can make your car less polluting, use less fuel and be more efficient. But what if you can cut the hassle of seeing a car mechanic for routine car maintenance, save money and do it by yourself? This Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training provides you with top-notch car mechanic skills and step-by-step guidance on how to keep your car in tip-top shape.
During this training, you will be introduced to the core concepts and provided with the pivotal expertise you need to become a skilled car mechanic. Additionally, this car maintenance course will tell you about the standard maintenance and mechanical tools. You will also get a clear understanding of tires, dashboard indicator lights, transmission fluids, as well as different car systems like the cooling system, the fuel system, the electrical system, etc.
Moreover, this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training will educate you on how automatic and manual transmissions differ. Among many other things, this mechanic training will teach you how to check tire pressure, change a tire, inspect the brake system, and perform other automotive maintenance tasks. You will also get free vehicle repair guides for over 60 car models. On top of that, this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training includes a FREE Driving Instructor Course!
Add this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training to your basket — Learn everything there is to know about car maintenance and explore your inner mechanic aptitude.
What will you get out of this course?
- Develop an understanding of vehicle maintenance safety and a basic grasp of the car mechanic's tools.
- Find more about the complexities of standard maintenance for car mechanics.
- Learn everything about tires and dashboard indicator lights.
- Understand how to check tire pressure and replace a tire properly.
- Acquaint yourself with the numerous car systems, including the cooling system, the electrical system, and the fuel system.
- Improve your knowledge of combustion engines and engine oil.
- Discover the distinctions between automatic and manual transmissions.
- Familiarise yourself with the inspection of the braking system and hardware.
- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of transmission fluids and lubricants.
- Procure repair manuals for various car models, including the Acura 3.5RL, Honda Civic, Toyota Scion, etc.
Why People Love And Enrol The Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training From One Education
- Eligibility for an IAO & CPD-accredited certificate on successful completion of Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training
- Learning materials of our Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training course contains engaging voiceover and visual elements for your comfort
- Freedom to study at your own pace
- 24/7 access to the Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training materials for 12 months
- Full Tutor support on weekdays (Monday – Friday)
Please note that this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training is an introductory course that will help you to understand the basic maintenance process of a car and the provided additional materials will give you detail repairing instructions and manuals to repair specific cars.
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Driving Instructor Course is included completely for FREE with this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training!
This Car Mechanic course is designed with the following modules:
**Car Mechanic Training**
Car Maintenance - Module 1:
Safety Rules & Introduction to Tools
- Car Maintenance - Automotive Maintenance Safety
- Car Maintenance - Tools of the Mechanic
- Car Maintenance - Safety Rules and Emergency Response
Car Maintenance - Module 2:
General Maintenance for Car Mechanics
- Car Maintenance - Brake Fluid, Engine Oil, Coolant etc.
- Car Maintenance - Fuses, Belts and Hoses
- Car Maintenance - Vehicle Lighting and Air Filters
Car Maintenance - Module 3:
Dashboard Indicator Lights
- Car Maintenance - General Indicators
- Car Maintenance - Warning Indicator Lights
- Car Maintenance - Informational Indicator Lights
Car Maintenance - Module 4:
- Car Maintenance - Tire Specifications and Wheel Alignment
- Car Maintenance - Checking Tire Pressure
- Car Maintenance - Changing a Tire
Car Maintenance - Module 5:
Internal Combustion Engines & Engine Oil
- Car Maintenance - Combustion Engines
- Car Maintenance - Engine Oil
Car Maintenance - Module 6:
The Cooling System
- Car Maintenance - Cooling System Maintenance
- Car Maintenance - Coolant Changing
- Car Maintenance - Flushing Cooling System
Car Maintenance - Module 7:
The Fuel System
- Car Maintenance - Carburettor Basics
- Car Maintenance - Fuel Injection System
- Car Maintenance - Fuel Filter and Air Filter
Car Maintenance - Module 8:
The Electrical System
- Car Maintenance - Recharging Battery
- Car Maintenance - Ignition System
- Car Maintenance - Spark Plug Gap
- Car Maintenance - Starting a Vehicle with Failed Battery
Car Maintenance - Module 9:
The Drive Train
- Car Maintenance - Manual & Automatic Transmission
- Car Maintenance - Transmission Fluids
- Car Maintenance - Lubricants to Use
- Car Maintenance - Front Rear and Four Wheel Drive
Car Maintenance - Module 10:
- Car Maintenance - Brake Types
- Car Maintenance - Checking the Brake System
- Car Maintenance - Hardware Inspection
Car Maintenance - Module 11:
Buying a Car
- Car Maintenance - Hierarchy
- Car Maintenance - Auto Dealerships
**Car Repair Manuals for Car Mechanics**
- Acura 3.5RL 1996 to 2004
- Acura 32TL 25TL 1995 to 1998
- Acura CSX 2006 to 2009
- Acura Integra 1990 to 1993
- Acura Integra 1994 to1997
- Acura Integra 1998 to 2001
- Acura Legend 1988 to 1990
- Acura Legend 1991 to 1995
- Acura RSX 2002 to 2006
- Dodge Dakota 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005
- Dodge Durango 19988 to 2000
- Dodge Magnum LX 20058 to 2006
- Dodge Neon 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004
- Dodge Ram 2001, 2003, 2006
- Honda Accord 19868 to 1991
- Honda Accord 1992 to 1997
- Honda Civic 1984 to 1990
- Honda Civic 1991 to 1995
- Honda Civic 1996 to 2000
- Honda Civic 2001 to 2005
- Honda Civic Si Hatchback 2002 to 2003
- Honda Concerto 1990 to 1994
- Honda CRV 1997 to 2002
- Honda CRX 1984 to 1991
- Honda Jazz Fit 2002 to 2005
- Honda Prelude 1984, 1985, 1987 to 1990
- Honda Prelude 1991 to 1996
- Honda Prelude 1997 to 1999
- Honda Prelude 1997 to 2001
- Honda S2000 2000 to 2003
- Infiniti EX35 2008
- Infiniti FX45 FX35 2003 to 2005
- Infiniti FX45 FX35 2006 to 2008
- Infiniti G20 P10 1992, 1994 to 1996
- Infiniti G20 P11 1999 to 2002
- Infiniti G35 2003 to 2005
- Infiniti G35 2006 to 2007
- Infiniti G37 2008
- Infiniti I30 A32 A33 1996 to 2001
- Infiniti I35 A33 2002 to 2004
- Infiniti J30 Y32 1994 to 1997
- Infiniti M45 M35 Y50 2006 to 2007
- Infiniti M45 Y34 2003 to 2004
- Isuzu Trooper Rodeo Amigo Vehicross Axiom [/b]
- Isuzu Trooper Rodeo Amigo Vehicross Axiom 1999 to 2002
- Jeep Cherokee XJ 1988 to 1989, 1993 to 1995
- Jeep Cherokee XJ 1997, 1999 to 2001
- Mitsubishi Carisma 1996 to 2003
- Mitsubishi Colt Lancer 1992 to 1995
- Mitsubishi Colt Lancer 1996 to 2001
- Mitsubishi Eclipse Laser Talon 1990 to 1999
- Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 2000 to 2006
- Mitsubishi Galant 1989 to 1993
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 2003 to 2005
- Mitsubishi Pajero 1991 to 1999
- Mitsubishi Pajero 2001 to 2003
- Mitsubishi Pajero Pinin 2000 to 2003
- Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 1999 to 2002
- Mitsubishi Space Star 1999 to 2003
- Nissan 200SX 1986, 1988, 1994 to 1995
- Nissan 200SX 1996 to 1998, 2000
- Nissan 240SX 1989 to 1994
- Nissan 240SX 1995 to 1998
- Nissan 300ZX 1984 to 1985 1988, 1990, 1994 to 1996
- Nissan 350Z 2003 to 2007
- Nissan Almera 2000 to 2003, 2006
- Nissan Altima 1994 to 1999
- Nissan Altima 2000 to 2005
- Nissan Altima 2006 to 2009
- Nissan Armada 2004 to 2009
- Nissan Cube 2009
- Nissan Frontier 1998 to 2002
- Nissan Frontier 2003 to 2005
- Nissan Frontier 2006 to 2009
- Subaru Forester 1999 to 2004
- Subaru Impreza 1993 to 1998
- Subaru Impreza 2001 to 2002, 2004 to 2007
- Subaru Legacy 1995 to 1999
- Subaru Legacy 2000 to 2003
- Toyota 4Runner 1985 to 1989
- Toyota 4Runner 1990 to 1995
- Toyota 4Runner 1996 to 2003
- Toyota Avensis 2002 to 2007
- Toyota Camry 1994, 2002 to 2007
- Toyota Celica 1988 to 1989, 1993 to 1994, 2000
- Toyota Echo 2000 to 2002
- Toyota Land Cruiser 1986, 1998 to 2007
- Toyota Matrix 2003 to 2007
- Toyota Scion 2006 to 2007
- Toyota Sienna 1998 to 2003
Method of Assessment
To assess your learning, you have to participate in an automated multiple choice question exam. You have to score at least 60% to pass the exam and to qualify for CPD accredited certificates. After passing the exam, you will be able to apply for a certificate.
In addition, to enhance the depth of your knowledge regarding the course and further assess your learning, you are advised to complete the assignment questions provided at the end of the course, which you can complete anytime you wish. After submitting the assignment, our expert tutor will assess your assignment and will give you feedback on your performance.
CPD & IAO Accredited Certificate from One Education
After successfully completing the MCQ assessment, you will qualify for the CPD & IAO accredited certificate from One Education, as proof of your continued professional development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
Who is this course for?
Whether you’re already a Car Mechanic or you want to be one, this Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training will enhance your expertise and boost your resume with key skills and a certificate attesting to your knowledge on Car Mechanics and Maintenance.
This Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.
This Car Maintenance - Mechanic Training training will provide you with a solid foundation of the car's internal systems and car mechanic skills. This training helps you to explore many exciting job prospects, such as —
- Automotive mechanic
- Car salesperson
- Car mechanic
- Vehicle inspector
For these career opportunities, the average salary generally varies from £12,000 to £55,000 a year.
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