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Mechanic : Mechanic Training

3 CPD Certified Courses Specialisation + 3 FREE PDF Certificates | Lifetime Access + Tutor Support



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10 hours
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10 CPD hours / points
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The Mechanic bundle comes with some of our best selling courses related with Mechanic. Accredited by IAO & CPD, the courses come to you with FREE PDF Certificates. The courses included in this Mechanic are:

  • Mechanic - Course 1: Car Maintenance Course
  • Mechanic - Course 2: Bike Mechanic Course
  • Mechanic - Course 3: Diploma In Motorbike Maintenance Course

Study the Mechanic bundle online with Janets through our online learning platform and take the first steps towards a successful long-term career. The Mechanic bundle will allow you to enhance your CV, impress potential employers, and stand out from the crowd.

Study the Mechanic bundle through a mixture of instructional video lessons and online study materials. Receive online tutor support as you study the Mechanic bundle, to ensure you are supported every step of the way.

Janets is one of the top online training course providers in the UK, and we want to make education accessible to everyone! Learn the essential skills you need to succeed and build a better future for yourself with the Mechanic bundle. The Mechanic bundle is designed by industry experts and is tailored to help you learn new skills with ease.

With full course access for lifetime, you can complete the Mechanic bundle when it suits you by studying at your own pace. You can access the Mechanic bundle modules from any internet-enabled device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones.

The Mechanic bundle is designed to increase your employability and equip you with everything you need to be a success. Enrol on the Mechanic bundle now and start learning instantly!

What You Get Out Of Studying Mechanic bundle With Janets

  • 3 IAO & CPD Accredited courses to increase your employability and skills
  • 3 Free PDF certificates upon successful completion of the Mechanic
  • Full access to the comprehensive Mechanic bundle materials for lifetime
  • Get full tutor support on Monday to Friday with the Mechanic bundle
  • Study and complete the Mechanic bundle at a pace that suits you
  • Gain a complete understanding of the in-depth topics taught on the Mechanic bundle
  • Study accessible and information modules on the Mechanic bundle, all taught by our team of expert instructors
  • Feel fully supported as you study the Mechanic bundle, with 24/7 help or advice from our email and live chat teams


10 CPD hours / points
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The Mechanic bundle is delivered through Janets’ online learning platform. Access the Mechanic bundle content from any internet-enabled device whenever or wherever you want to. The Mechanic bundle along with its exam has no formal deadlines, meaning you are free to complete the course at your own pace.

Course Curriculum of Mechanic bundle:

*Car Maintenance Course*

Module 1: Safety Rules & Introduction to Tools

  • Automotive Maintenance Safety
  • Tools of the Mechanic
  • Safety Rules and Emergency Response

Module 2: General Maintenance for Car Mechanics

  • Brake Fluid, Engine Oil, Coolant etc.
  • Fuses, Belts and Hoses
  • Vehicle Lighting and Air Filters

Module 3: Dashboard Indicator Lights

  • General Indicators
  • Warning Indicator Lights
  • Informational Indicator Lights

Module 4: Tires

  • Tire Specifications and Wheel Alignment
  • Checking Tire Pressure
  • Changing a Tire

Module 5: Internal Combustion Engines & Engine Oil

  • Combustion Engines
  • Engine Oil

Module 6: The Cooling System

  • Cooling System Maintenance
  • Coolant Changing
  • Flushing Cooling System

Module 7: The Fuel System

  • Carburettor Basics
  • Fuel Injection System
  • Fuel Filter and Air Filter

Module 8: The Electrical System

  • Recharging Battery
  • Ignition System
  • Spark Plug Gap
  • Starting a Vehicle with Failed Battery

Module 9: The Drive Train

  • Manual & Automatic Transmission
  • Transmission Fluids
  • Lubricants to Use
  • Front Rear and Four Wheel Drive

Module 10: Brakes

  • Brake Types
  • Checking the Brake System
  • Hardware Inspection

Module 11: Buying a Car

  • Hierarchy
  • Auto Dealerships

*Bike Mechanic Course*

Module 1: Know Your Bike

  • Know Your Bike
  • The Nuts and Bolts of the Bike
  • The Physics of Bike
  • The ‘M’Check
  • Summary

Module 2: Must Need for Your Toolbox

  • Basic Tools
  • Allen Wrenches
  • Torque Wrench
  • Torx Wrenches
  • Advanced Tools
  • Tire Lever
  • Spare Tubes
  • Bike Stand
  • Headset Press
  • Dishing Tool
  • Summary

Module 3: Regular Bicycle Maintenance

  • Monthly Maintenance
  • Surveying the Bike for Structural Damage
  • Tightening Up
  • Checking the Brakes
  • Annual Maintenance
  • Deep Cleaning the Chain
  • Truing the Wheels
  • Replacing Cables and Housing
  • Overhauling the Hubs
  • Overhauling the Headset
  • Summary

Module 4: Tyre

  • Types of Tyres
  • Common Problems Related to Tyres
  • How to Repair a Flat Tyre
  • How to Replace a Flat Tyre
  • Care of the Tyre
  • Summary

Module 5: The Wheels

  • Common Problems Related to the Wheels
  • How to Replace a Wheel
  • Hub Care
  • How to Replace a Spoke
  • Care of the Wheels
  • Summary

Module 6: The Brakes

  • Common Problems Related to the Brakes
  • How to Adjust the brakes
  • How to Replace Brake Pads
  • How to Replace a Brake Cable
  • Care of the Brakes
  • Summary

Module 7: Saddles & Seat Posts

  • How to Replace a Saddle
  • How to Adjust a Saddle
  • Summary

Module 8: The Chain

  • Common Problems Related to the Chain
  • How to Replace the Chain
  • Care of the Chain
  • Summary

Module 9: The Steering System

  • Common Problems Related to the Headset
  • How to Adjust the Headset
  • How to Replace the Headset
  • Summary

Module 10: Gears

  • Common Problems Related to the Gears
  • How to Replace a Derailleur
  • How to Replace a Derailleur Cable
  • How to Replace a Gear Shifter
  • Summary

Module 11: Pedals and Drivetrain

  • Common Problems Related to Pedal and Drivetrain
  • How to Replace a Pedal
  • Care of Pedals
  • How to Replace a Crankset and Bottom Bracket
  • Care of the Drivetrain
  • Summary

Module 12: Suspension

  • Common Problems Related to Suspension
  • How to Adjust the suspension
  • How to Replace the Suspension
  • Summary

*Diploma In Motorbike Maintenance Course*

Module-1: Introduction to Motorbike Maintenance.

  • Things to Be Learnt
  • Motorbike Tools
  • Hand Tools
  • Big Ticket Tools
  • Safety Concerns

Module-2: Basics of Engine.

  • Two-Stroke Basics
  • Four-Stroke Basics
  • The Top and Bottom Ends
  • Valves and Cams
  • Engine Layout

Module-3: Engine Cooling and Lubrication.

  • Engine Cooling
  • Air and Oil Cooling
  • Changing Coolant
  • Liquid Cooling
  • Lubrication
  • Synthetic Oil Vs. Mineral Oil
  • Detergent Vs. Non-Detergent Oil
  • Engine Oil and Lubrication
  • Oil Change and Conventional Fork Oil Change
  • Cartridge-Type Fork Oil Change

Module-4: Ignition.

  • Ignition
  • Basic Battery, Coil Ignition and Installing Spark Plugs.
  • Adjusting Ignition Timing and Maintaining Ignition System.

Module-5: Suspension.

  • Suspension
  • Work of springs and Aftermarket Spring Kits
  • Dampers and Suspension Tuning
  • Front, Rear Suspension and Improving Suspension
  • Setting Ride Height and Adjusting Rebound Damping

Module-6: Intake, Fuel, Clutch and Exhaust Systems.

  • Maintaining Fuel System and Fuel Injection
  • Installing an Inline Fuel Filter
  • Maintaining Clutch
  • Adjusting and Replacing Clutch
  • Carburettor
  • Types of Carburettors
  • Synchronizing Carburettors
  • Cleaning Petcock Strainers
  • Exhaust System
  • Scavenging Power
  • Pipe Design
  • Chain Maintenance
  • Chain Cleaning and Lubrication
  • Chain Adjustment
  • Sprocket Replacement

Module-7: Electrical Maintenance.

  • Battery Maintenance
  • How Wet-Cell Batteries Work
  • Installing a New Battery
  • Battery Breather
  • Quick Charge Test
  • Basics of Electrical Maintenance
  • Basic Wiring Technique
  • Basic Circuit Facts
  • Light Bulbs
  • Checking Resistance
  • Checking Sending Units
  • Electrical Dos and Don’ts

Module-8: Wheels, Tires and Brakes Maintenance.

  • Wheels
  • Wheels and Its Specifications
  • Checking and Adjusting Wheel Alignment
  • Checking and Truing Spoked Wheels
  • Replacing Wheel Bearings and Seals
  • Wheel Building and Truing
  • Tires
  • Changing Tubes and Tires.
  • Balancing Tires.
  • Brakes
  • Replacing Brake Shoe
  • Changing Brake Fluid
  • Changing Brake Pads
  • Rebuilding Callipers and Improving Brakes
  • Maintaining Wheels and Tires

Module-9: Transmission, Frame and Steering.

  • Transmission
  • Constant Mesh Transmission
  • Shifting Gears
  • Oil Additives
  • Transmission Oil Change
  • Frame
  • The Motorbike Frame
  • Types of Frame
  • How the Frame Influence Handling
  • Wheelbase
  • Maintaining the Chassis
  • Steering
  • Checking and Adjusting Steering-Head Bearings
  • Replacing Steering-Head Bearings
  • Checking and Adjusting Swingarm Bearings
  • Bolt Checking and Crash Damage

Module-10: Cleaning, Setting Up and Storage.

  • Washing, Waxing and Polishing
  • Touching-Up Paint
  • Winter Storage
  • Storage Procedure

Module-11: Troubleshooting.

  • What to Do If a Bike Does not Start?
  • Go with The Flow
  • Basics of Troubleshooting Things
  • Checking for Spark and Running Problem
  • Troubleshooting the Charging System
  • Checking Compression and Heli-Coil Installation
  • Removing a Seized Bolt and a Stuck Screw
  • Lubricating a Control Cable and Hand-Packing a Bearing
  • Removing and Replacing a Seal
  • Changing Hydraulic Fluid

Who is this course for?

The Mechanic bundle is ideal for those who are aspiring professionals in this sector or looking forward to a head start. This Mechanic bundle is designed to enhance your expertise and boost your CV. Learn key skills and gain a Certificate of Achievement to prove your newly-acquired knowledge.

Certificate of Achievement

Upon successful completion of the Mechanic bundle, you will be able to obtain your course completion e-certificates for each of the courses, free of cost as proof of your expertise on Mechanic. You can ask for PDF certificates that will be sent to your email for FREE. Print copies of this Certification (accredited by IAO & CPD) are also available by post at an additional cost of £9.99 each.


The Mechanic bundle is open to all students and has no formal entry requirements. The only requirements you need to meet to study the Mechanic bundle is a passion for learning, a good understanding of English, numeracy, and basic computer skills. You must also be over the age of 16 to study this Mechanic bundle.

Career path

This Mechanic bundle will assist you to get your desired job in the relevant field. The course will also progress your career, regardless of your present job status. You could explore a number of job roles for you to fill as you complete this Mechanic bundle.

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An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.