|Start Date:||Duration:||Level:||Course location:||Course Type:|
|13/10/2020||27 Weeks||1||City Campus||Full-time Vocational|
This course is for people interested in working in the motor vehicle industry painting vehicles or those wishing to gain qualifications to enhance their current job role.
The course is the first level for vehicle painting you’ll need a GCSE at grade G or above or, for adults, basic literacy skills.
|Study level||Cost||Additional fees|
|16-18||FREE||You will need to provide your own stationery and you will be given the opportunity to take part in trips and visits.|
|19+||please enquire||You will need to provide your own stationery and you will be given the opportunity to take part in trips and visits.|
You will learn the theory of paint operations in the classroom and work on vehicles in the paint shop. You will be assessed through coursework and take an online test.
English and Maths are important life skills that will help you to achieve your best in your studies and progress to your dream career. If you have not already achieved grade 9-4 in GCSE Maths and/ or English at school, we will support you to improve your skills.
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm. Days and times of study are subject to change. Timetables are confirmed at the start of term.
You will learn the correct procedures for repairing panels preparing surfaces to receive paint and applying primers plus associated hand skills.
This course allows you to progress onto a Accident Repair Paint Principals Diploma Level 2.
Our achievement rates are well above the national average.
We are the College of the Year.
(*Top college nationally for BTECs, Pearson 2019)
100% of our HND and HNC students progressed to employment or further study.
(*Destination data, academic year 2016/17, HNC 19+)
We have recently invested £50 million in our facilities.
Sunderland College students were recently given the chance to spend time with Britain's elite amphibian fighting force, the Royal Marines Commandos.
Education Partnership North East continues to lead the way in producing the next generation of frontline health care professionals.
Sunderland College media students recently organised a charity beach clean up to raise vital funds to support those affected by muscular dystrophy.