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Motorcycle Maintenance & Repair Apprenticeship Framework Level 2

Practical Vs Theory


Course overview

Today’s motorcycle technician has to demonstrate expertise in the technical side of their role. You will therefore develop problem solving skills and a good grasp of the theoretical, practical and safety aspects of motorcycle systems. 

You must be able to work independently and also operate as an effective team member, and in return you will understand how a workshop and motorcycle business functions from a commercial perspective, whilst developing good customer handling skills and identifying ways in which you can work efficiently.


Entry Requirements

Individual employers set their own entry requirements. However, you will typically require 5 GCSEs at grades 4/?C or above including English and maths.

Apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to achieve this level prior to completion of their apprenticeship which we can support you with if required.

How The Course Will Be Assessed

An assessor will visit you in the workplace to assess your progress against standards and set SMART objectives.

Potential Future Career

On completion of this standard you will be able to work towards higher levels of technical training, including master technician or professional accreditation, along with supervisory and managerial positions.

Course Content

You will learn how to carry out routine maintenance and inspections including servicing, repairing and replacing faulty parts and maintaining records as your first steps to a career as a Motorcycle Service Technician. You will study units such as:

  • removing and replacing engine units and components
  • removing and replacing auxiliary electrical units and components
  • removing and replacing chassis units and components
  • how to conduct pre and post-work vehicle inspections

On completion of your training you have knowledge and understanding of the types, application and unique characteristics of motorcycles, scooters, tricycles, ATV’s quad all-terrain vehicles (EU Type Approval L category) where the rider sits astride the frame and of motorcycle technologies.

You may also need to study Functional Skills Maths, English and ICT Level 1, Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS) and Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) units to success fully complete your training.


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Studying in the work place means I can gain the real-life, hands on experience I need to progress in the early years sector!

Charlie Parker



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