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This Mechanic course is designed for Automotive Mechanic, Car Mechanic, Vehicle Mechanic, Vehicle Inspector, Handyperson, Handyman, Electricians, Technicians, Welders, Plumbers, Carpenters, Engineers, and Electrical Supervisors.

In the car, bike and cycle maintenance course, we will ensure you gain in-depth knowledge on the safety and maintenance of cycles, bikes and cars, along with the use of each of the components and systems of each vehicle. You will also learn road skills and how each vehicle should be driven safely by following the road legislation. Finally, in the handyperson course, you will go through a handyperson’s roles and responsibilities, health and safety at work, electrical work, plumbing, carpentry, painting, decorating, welding, tilling, drilling, and how you can start your own business as a handyperson.

In terms of electrical maintenance, you will know the basics of electricity, electrical units, ohm’s law, direct current, alternating current, voltage, capacitance, resistance, inspection, testing, and risk assessment. In the inventory course, you will display knowledge on types of inventory, setting up a warehouse, outbound process and maintaining inventory accuracy. In the final course, we will take you through health and safety at work laws, managing health and safety, risk assessment, incident management, electrical, fire, gas, working at height and working in confined spaces safety, manual handling, basic first aid, hazardous substances and putting in place control measures to control them.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Get a comprehensive introduction to bike, cycle, and car safety and maintenance
  • Learn about all the systems and components of bikes, cycles and cars
  • Get familiar with the roles and responsibilities of a handyperson along with the tools and equipment needed
  • Know how you can start your own business for handyperson
  • Learn the basics of electrical maintenance, including risk assessment, inspection and testing
  • Find out what inventory is and types of inventory
  • Be aware of the health and safety at work legislation
  • Discover the challenges of working at height and in confined spaces
  • Identify hazardous substances and how to implement control measures
  • Learn first-aid techniques and how to deal with minor injuries in the workplace

Course 01: Mechanic: Car Mechanic

Course 02: Mechanic: Car Maintenance Interactive Course

Course 03: Mechanic: Beginner Bike Maintenance

Course 04: Mechanic: Cycling & Cycle Maintenance

Course 05: Mechanic: Handyperson (Maintenance and Repair Worker)

Course 06: Mechanic: Electrical Maintenance

Course 07: Mechanic: Inventory Management

Course 08: Mechanic: Health and Safety Management

Key Features of the Mechanic Course :

Our trusted, high quality and affordable Mechanic course trains individuals to become experts in their field.

  • Instant e-certificate and hard copy dispatch by next working day
  • Fully online, interactive course with audio voiceover
  • Developed by qualified professionals in the field
  • Self-paced learning and laptop, tablet, smartphone-friendly
  • 24/7 Learning Assistance
  • Discounts on bulk purchases

* Additional Gifts *

Free COVID-19 Awareness Course

  • Demonstrate knowledge of how COVID-19 emerged
  • Understand how COVID-19 spreads and how to prevent it from spreading
  • Identify the symptoms of COVID-19 and which groups of individuals are most at risk
  • Comply with government health guidelines and maintain excellent hygiene
  • Free E-Certificate included

Course media


Course Curriculum 01

The detailed curriculum outline of our Car Mechanic course is as follows:

***Car Mechanic***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Introduction to Safety and Maintenance
  • Mechanic: Module 02: General Maintenance
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Dashboard Indicator Lights
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Tyres
  • Mechanic: Module 05: The Internal Combustion Engine
  • Mechanic: Module 06: The Cooling System
  • Mechanic: Module 07: The Fuel System
  • Mechanic: Module 08: The Electrical System
  • Mechanic: Module 09: The Drive Train
  • Mechanic: Module 10: Brakes
  • Mechanic: Module 11: Buying a Car

Course Curriculum 02

The detailed curriculum outline of our Car Maintenance Interactive Course is as follows:

***Car Maintenance Interactive Course***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Introduction to Safety and Maintenance
  • Mechanic: Module 02: General Maintenance for Car Mechanics
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Vehicle Warning Lights
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Tyres and Wheels
  • Mechanic: Module 05: The engine
  • Mechanic: Module 06: The Cooling System
  • Mechanic: Module 07: The Fuel System
  • Mechanic: Module 08: The Electrical System
  • Mechanic: Module 09: The drivetrain
  • Mechanic: Module 10: The Braking System

Course Curriculum 03

The detailed curriculum outline of our Beginner Bike Maintenance course is as follows:

***Beginner Bike Maintenance***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Know Your Bike
  • Mechanic: Module 02: Must-Haves for Your Toolbox
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Regular Bike Maintenance
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Tyre
  • Mechanic: Module 05: The Wheels
  • Mechanic: Module 06: The Brakes
  • Mechanic: Module 07: The Saddle
  • Mechanic: Module 08: The Chain
  • Mechanic: Module 09: The Steering System
  • Mechanic: Module 10: The Gears
  • Mechanic: Module 11: Pedals and Drivetrain
  • Mechanic: Module 12: Suspension

Course Curriculum 04

The detailed curriculum outline of our Cycling & Cycle Maintenance course is as follows:

***Cycling & Cycle Maintenance***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: How to Buy a Cycle
  • Mechanic: Module 02: Fitting and Accessories
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Road Skills
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Cycling in the Real World
  • Mechanic: Module 05: Cycle Maintenance
  • Mechanic: Module 06: Getting the Most Out of Cycling

Course Curriculum 05

The detailed curriculum outline of our Handyperson (Maintenance and Repair Worker) course is as follows:

***Handyperson (Maintenance and Repair Worker)***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Introduction to Handyperson
  • Mechanic: Module 02: Basic Tools and Equipment
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Electrical Work
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Plumbing Skills
  • Mechanic: Module 05: Appliances
  • Mechanic: Module 06: General Carpentry
  • Mechanic: Module 07: Basic Maintenance Skills
  • Mechanic: Module 08: Walls and Floors
  • Mechanic: Module 09: Painting and Decorating
  • Mechanic: Module 10: Drilling, Tiling and Welding
  • Mechanic: Module 11: Construction Projects
  • Mechanic: Module 12: Health and Safety at Work
  • Mechanic: Module 13: Starting Own Business for Handyperson

Course Curriculum 06

The detailed curriculum outline of our Electrical Maintenance course is as follows:

***Electrical Maintenance***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Introduction and Basics
  • Mechanic: Module 02: Communication Skills
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Electrical Units and ohm’s Laws
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Safety Precautions
  • Mechanic: Module 05: Direct Current
  • Mechanic: Module 06: Alternating Current
  • Mechanic: Module 07: Voltage and Resistance
  • Mechanic: Module 08: Capacitance and Capacitors
  • Mechanic: Module 09: Working Safely with Electrical Equipment
  • Mechanic: Module 10: Electrical Incidents
  • Mechanic: Module 11: Risk Assessment
  • Mechanic: Module 12: Reducing and Controlling Risks
  • Mechanic: Module 13: Combined Inspection and Testing

Course Curriculum 07

The detailed curriculum outline of our Inventory Management course is as follows:

***Inventory Management***

  • Mechanic: Module 01 What Is Inventory?
  • Mechanic: Module 02 Types Of Inventory
  • Mechanic: Module 03 Key Players
  • Mechanic: Module 04 Setting Up The Warehouse
  • Mechanic: Module 05 Identifying Demand
  • Mechanic: Module 06 Maintaining Inventory Accuracy
  • Mechanic: Module 07 The Outbound Process

Course Curriculum 08

The detailed curriculum outline of our Health and Safety Management course is as follows:

***Health and Safety Management***

  • Mechanic: Module 01: Health and Safety at Work and the Laws
  • Mechanic: Module 02: Managing for Health and Safety
  • Mechanic: Module 03: Risk Assessment and Common Risks
  • Mechanic: Module 04: Accidents and Ill Health at Work
  • Mechanic: Module 05: Incident Management at Work
  • Mechanic: Module 06: Electrical, Fire, and Gas Safety
  • Mechanic: Module 07: Measures of Fire Safety
  • Mechanic: Module 08: Fire Emergency: Evacuation Procedures
  • Mechanic: Module 09: The Fire Plan and Safety Arrangements
  • Mechanic: Module 10: Manual Handling Hazards and Injuries
  • Mechanic: Module 11: Manual Handling Risk Control
  • Mechanic: Module 12: Safe Lifting Techniques
  • Mechanic: Module 13: Working at Height
  • Mechanic: Module 14: Work at Height Equipment
  • Mechanic: Module 15: Working in Confined Spaces and the Laws
  • Mechanic: Module 16: Control Measures for Working in Confined Spaces
  • Mechanic: Module 17: Emergency Procedures for Working in Confined Spaces
  • Mechanic: Module 18: Safety in Different Work Settings
  • Mechanic: Module 19: Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control
  • Mechanic: Module 20: Other Health and Safety Hazards at Work
  • Mechanic: Module:21: Basic First-Aid Techniques
  • Mechanic: Module 22: Dealing with Minor Injuries at Workplace
  • Mechanic: Module 23: Call for an Emergency
  • Mechanic: Module 24 Health Problems Related to Hazardous Substances
  • Mechanic: Module 25: Identifying Hazardous Substances
  • Mechanic: Module 26: Control Measures and Monitoring
  • Mechanic: Module 27: Implementation of Control Measures


All of our courses, including this Mechanic course, are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field.


Once you’ve successfully completed your Mechanic course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.


At the end of the course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.

Who is this course for?

Anyone with a knack for learning new skills can take this Mechanic course. While this comprehensive training is popular for preparing people for job opportunities in the relevant fields, it also helps to advance your career for promotions.

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