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Motorcycle Mechanic Training - CPD Accredited

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Offer ends 31 January 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
3 Hours
Access to content
12 Months
2 CPD points / hours
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Develop your career in motorcycle mechanics and become a specialist within this industry by undertaking the Motorcycle Mechanic Training Course.

In this course you will learn; the theories of motorcycle operations, the motorcycle engine, fundamentals of the electrics, cooling system and running of a motorcycle.

The Motorcycle Mechanic Training Course covers; the whole process of motorcycle maintenance, repairs and techniques for inspecting, diagnosing and assessing motorcycle repairs.

Highlights of The Motorcycle Mechanic Training:

  • Learn the fine details of motorcycle maintenance
  • Understand the electrical fundamentals
  • Learn the anatomy of a motorcycle frame
  • Learn about the frame of the motorcycle
  • Improve your knowledge of motorcycle suspension and tyres
  • Understanding what ‘lubing’ means
  • Build your skills of chain maintenance
  • Improve your engine maintenance knowledge and skills.

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We’ve taken this comprehensive Motorcycle Mechanic Training course and broken it down into 11 manageable units which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of the Mechanical skills. It really is a sure pathway to success.

This course is designed with the following modules:

Module 01: Introduction to Motorbike Maintenance

  • Introduction
  • Why You Should Learn to Maintain Your Bike
  • Common Hand Tool List
  • Motorcycle-Specific Tools
  • Big Ticket Tools
  • A Place to Work
  • Why You Need a Manual for Your Motorcycle
  • Hand Tools
  • Expendables
  • Safety Concerns
  • Walk-Around Inspections

Module 02: Anatomy of a Motorcycle

  • Introduction
  • The Nature of the Beast
  • Meeting the Motor
  • The Bottom End
  • The Transmission
  • Valve Clatter: The Top End
  • The Pushrod System
  • Induction Systems
  • The Clutch
  • Rotating the Rubber: Drive Systems
  • Frame, Suspension, Wheels, and Tires

Module 03: The Basics of Motorcycle Maintenance

  • Introduction
  • Tools of the Trade
  • Supporting the Bike
  • Impact of Oil
  • Checking the Oil Level
  • Changing the Oil
  • Air Filters
  • Batteries
  • Keeping Cool
  • Chain Maintenance
  • Adjusting the Chain
  • Cleaning and Lubricating Your Chain
  • Shaft Maintenance
  • Cleaning Up
  • Storing Your Bike on Ice

Module 04: Engine Maintenance

  • Introduction
  • Oil and Oil Filter Inspection and Replacement
  • Cooling System Inspection and Replacement
  • Compression and Leak-down Tests
  • Valve Adjustment (Four-Stroke Engines)
  • Power-Valve Inspection (Two-Stroke Engines)
  • Clutch Adjustment
  • Spark Plug Inspection and Replacement
  • Battery Inspection and Replacement
  • Ignition System Inspection and Adjustment
  • Carburettor Adjustment
  • Air Filter Inspection

Module 05: Chassis Maintenance

  • Introduction
  • Cables and Cable Connections
  • Steering-Head Bearings
  • Brakes
  • Wheels and Tires
  • Final Drives
  • Grease Fittings

Module 06: Repair

  • Introduction
  • Take It in or Do It Yourself?
  • Tires
  • Removing the Rear Wheel
  • Removing the Front Wheel
  • Brakes
  • Checking Brake Pads
  • Replacing Brake Pads
  • Bleeding the Brake Lines
  • Chain and Sprocket Replacement

Module 07: Cleaning, Setting-Up, & Storage

  • Introduction
  • Washing, Waxing, and Polishing
  • Blue Pipes
  • Paint Basics
  • Setting Up the Bike to Fit You
  • Winter Storage
  • DIY: Saturday Morning Bath
  • DIY: Aerosol Spray Painting
  • DIY: Touching Up Paint
  • DIY: Making the Bike Fit You
  • DIY: Storage Procedure

Module 08: Intake, Fuel and Exhaust Systems

  • Introduction
  • Carburettor Types
  • Carburettor Circuits
  • How Carb Circuits Work Together
  • Fuel-Injection System
  • Maintaining Fuel Injection
  • Improving Fuel Injection
  • Air Boxes and Filters
  • Maintaining the Fuel System
  • Exhaust System
  • Scavenging Power
  • Pipe Design
  • Crossover Tubes and Collectors
  • Mufflers

Module 09: Gearbox

  • Description and Specifications
  • Kick Starter
  • Gear Shift Mechanism
  • Gearbox (Solo Motorcycle)
  • Shift Mechanism Adjustment
  • Gearbox Removal and Installation
  • Gearbox Disassembly and Reassembly
  • Removing the Gear Shift Mechanism

Module 10: Clutch

  • Description and Specifications
  • Clutch Adjustment
  • Removing and Reinstalling the Clutch Release Mechanism
  • Clutch Repairs
  • Clutch Reassembly

Module 11: Drive Shaft and Final Drive

  • Description and Specifications
  • Removal and Installation of Final Drive
  • Removing and Reinstalling Propeller Shaft
  • Removing and Reinstalling the Rear Swinging Arm
  • Driveshaft and Universal Joint Repair
  • Final Drive Disassembly
  • Repairing the Final Drive
  • Final Drive with Driven Sidecar Wheel

Module 12: Chain Wear, Maintenance and Lubrication

  • Introduction
  • Motorcycle Chains
  • Why and How Do Chains Wear?
  • O-Ring Chains
  • Understanding Chain Lubrication
  • Automatic Chain Lubrication

Module 13: Creative Customising and Collecting

  • Introduction
  • Why Customize?
  • Comparing Customs
  • Choppers
  • Café Racers
  • Streetfighters
  • Customising Your Bike
  • Collecting Motorcycles
  • Collector’s Choice

Module 14: Troubleshooting

  • Introduction
  • What to Do When Bike Doesn't Start
  • Will the Bike Turn Over?
  • DIY: Go with the Flow
  • DIY: Checking for Spark
  • DIY Checking Compression
  • Troubleshooting Engine Problems
  • Troubleshooting Clutch & Transmission Problems
  • Troubleshooting Drum-Brake Problems
  • Troubleshooting Electrical Problems
  • Troubleshooting Chassis Problems
  • Troubleshooting Hydraulic-Brake Problems

How is the course assessed?

To successfully complete the Motorcycle Mechanic Training course you must pass an automated, multiple-choice assessment. The assessment is delivered through our online learning platform. You will receive the results of your assessment immediately upon completion.

Will I receive a certificate of completion?

Upon successful course completion, you will qualify for a CPD certificate from One Education as proof of your new skills. 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 an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this Motorcycle Mechanic Training course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.


This course is compatible with all kinds of devices and the age requirement for this Motorcycle Mechanic Training course is 16. So, basically, everyone can take this course to acquire this skills that are necessary.

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