Analytical Curriculum

Τhe teaching materials cover all the modern technology on mechanical, electrical, electronics, automotive systems and diagnostic procedures. Courses are divided into the Theoretical technical aspect and on the Practical training aspect in the center’s laboratories.

The only Program with emphasis on PRACTICAL SKILLS.

Note: Below is the analytical curriculum of the diplomas "Level 3 - Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles" as well as the analytical curriculum of the diploma  ''Level 4 - Advanced Vehicle Diagnostics and Management Principles". General information per level and specific information for each unit.

 




Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles (4290-12)



1st Semester

1. Unit 051 - Knowledge of Health, Safety & Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment

- Understanding of routine maintenance and cleaning of the automotive environment and using resources economically
- Understanding of health and safety legislation and duties of everyone in the motor vehicle environment. It will provide an appreci8ation of significant risks in the automotive environment and how to identify and deal with them. Once completed the learner will be able to identify hazards and evaluate and reduce risk

2. Unit 001 - Skills in Health, Safety & Good Housekeeping in the Automotive Environment

- Develop skills required to carry out day to day work area cleaning, clearing away, dealing with spillages and disposal of waste, used materials and debris
- Identify hazards and risks in the automotive environment and complying with relevant legislation and good practice
- Work safely at all times within the automotive environment, both as an individual and with others

3. Unit 054 - Knowledge of Materials, Fabrication, Tools & Measuring Devices in the Automotive Environment

- The correct selection, care and use of key hand tools and measuring devices for modification, fabrication and repair in the automotive environment
- The correct preparation and use of common work environment equipment
- The correct selection and fabrication of materials used when modifying and repairing
- The correct application of automotive engineering fabrication and fitting principles


4. Unit 004 - Skills in Materials, Fabrication, Tools & Measuring Devices in the Automotive Environment

- The correct selection, care and use of key hand tools and measuring devices for modification, fabrication and repair in the automotive environment
- The correct preparation and use of common work environment equipment
- The correct selection and fabrication of materials used when modifying and repairing
- The correct application of automotive engineering fabrication and fitting principles

5. Unit SA1 - Technical English

English Technical Terminology

6. Unit SA2 - Computers & Technical Catalogues

Develop skills required for the use of computers, technical catalogues, technical information sources and internet. Being familiarized to English technical terms which are applied to systems, components, functions and diagnostic procedures in modern cars



2nd Semester

1. Unit 053 - Knowledge of Support for Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment

Develop an understanding of how to keep good working relationships with all colleagues in the automotive work environment by using effective communication and support skills

2. Unit 003 - Skills in Supporting Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment

Develop skills required to keep good working relationships with all colleagues and customers in the automotive work environment by using effective communication and support

3. Unit 152 - Knowledge of Light Vehicle Engine Mechanical, Lubrication & Cooling System Units & Components

Develop and understanding of conducting routine maintenance, adjustment and replacement activities as part of the periodic servicing of light vehicles

4. Unit 172 - Knowledge of Light Vehicle Fuel, Ignition, Air and Exhaust System Units & Components

Develop an understanding of the construction and operation of common fuel, ignition, air and exhaust systems. It also covers the procedures involved in the removal and replacement of system components and the evaluation of their performance

5. Unit 102 - Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Engine Units & Components

Demonstrate the removal and replacement of light vehicle engine system components. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced units and systems

6. Unit 151 - Knowledge of Routine Light Vehicle Maintenance

Develop an understanding of conducting routine maintenance, adjustment and replacement activities as part of the periodic servicing of light vehicles

7. Unit 101 - Skills in Routine Light Vehicle Maintenance

Develop skills they can carry out light vehicle routine maintenance, adjustments and replacement activities as part of the periodic servicing of vehicles

8. Unit 153 - Knowledge of Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units & Components

Develop an understanding of the principles, construction and operation and testing methods of common electrical and electronic systems and components. It also covers the procedures involved in the removal and replacement of system components and the evaluation of their performance


3rd Semester

1. Unit 103 - Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units & Components

Develop skills to remove and replace light vehicle electrical units and components. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced units and systems

2. Unit 154 - Knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units & Components

Develop an understanding of the construction and operation of common steering, suspension and braking systems (including wheels and tyres). It also covers the procedures involved in the removal and replacement of system components and the evaluation of their performance

3. Unit 104 - Skills in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units & Components

Develop skills to remove and replace light vehicle steering, suspension and braking units (including wheels and tyres). It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced units and systems

4. Unit 162 - Knowledge of Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Units & Components

Develop an understanding of the construction and operation of common transmission and driveline systems. It also covers the procedures involved in the removal and replacement of system components and the evaluation of their performance

5. Unit SA3 - Basic Diagnosis

Develop an understanding for conducting electronic diagnostic faults and problems, through the use of diagnostic devices




Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles (4290-13)


4th Semester

1. Unit 155 - Knowledge of Inspecting Light Vehicles Using Prescribed Methods

Develop an understanding of carrying out a range of inspections on light vehicles using a variety of prescribed testing and inspection methods

2. Unit 105 - Skills in Inspecting Light Vehicles Using Prescribed Methods

Develop skills to carry out a range of light vehicle inspections on vehicles using a variety of prescribed testing and inspection methods

3. Unit 456 - Knowledge of Diagnosis & Rectification of Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults

Develop an understanding of diagnosis and rectification of vehicle auxiliary electrical systems and their units. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the systems. This includes SI, CI, hybrid and Alternative fuel vehicles

4. Unit 406 - Skills in Diagnosis & Rectifying Vehicle Auxiliary Electrical Faults

Develop the skills required to demonstrate they can diagnose and rectify automotive vehicle auxiliary electrical system faults. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced or repaired units and systems. This includes SI, CI, Hybrid and Alternative fuel vehicles

5. Unit SA4 - Advance Diagnosis

Opportunity for learning and practicing more advanced diagnostic procedures

6. Unit SA5 - A/C Maintenance & Repair: 1) Refrigerant Handling 754301, 2) Maintenance 754302

Develop an understanding on theory and practice regarding the diagnosis, maintenance and repair on the cars air conditioning systems. Students also obtain the necessary authorization, needed


5th Semester

1. Unit 157 - Knowledge of Diagnosis & Rectification of Light Vehicle Engine Faults

Develop an understanding of diagnosis and rectification of engine mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and fluid systems. It also covers light vehicle engine systems and the evaluation of their performance

2. Unit 107 - Skills in Diagnosing & Rectifying Light Vehicle Engine Faults

Demonstrate the diagnosis and rectify light vehicle engine mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and fluid systems faults. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced or repaired units and systems. This includes SI, CI, Hybrid and Alternative fuel vehicles

3. Unit 163 - Knowledge of Diagnosis & Rectification of Light Vehicle Transmission & Driveline Faults

Develop an understanding of diagnosis and rectification of light vehicle gearboxes, hubs and bearings, driveline shafts, clutches, differentials and final drive units. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the systems



6th Semester

1. Unit 113 - Skills in Diagnosing & Rectifying Light Vehicle Transmission & Driveline Faults (Robotic Gear Box)

Diagnose and rectify light vehicle gearboxes, hubs and bearings, driveline shafts, clutches, differentials and final drive unit faults. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced or repaired units and systems. This includes SI, CI, Hybrid and Alternative fuel vehicles

2. Unit 158 - Knowledge in Diagnosis & Rectification of Light Vehicle Chassis Faults

Develop an understanding of diagnosis and rectification of braking steering and suspension systems. It also covers light vehicle chassis systems and the evaluation of their performance

3. Unit 108 - Skills in Diagnosing & Rectifying Light Vehicle Chassis Faults

Demonstrate they can diagnose and rectify light vehicle braking steering and suspension systems faults. It also covers the evaluation of performance of the replaced or repaired units and systems. This includes SI, CI, Hybrid and Alternative fuel vehicles

4. Unit SA6 - Alternative Fuels

Develop an understanding on alternative energy technology replaced from conventional fuels

5. Unit SA7 - CAN-BUS Multiplexing

CAN-BUS Multiplexing

6. Unit SA8 - Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Develop theoretical and learning practical skills of hybrid and electric automobiles maintenance

7. Unit SA9 - ECU Programming

Demonstrate electronic function control units on different car systems



Master Technicians Advance Qualification Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Vehicle Diagnostics and Management Principles (4122 -14)

 

To whom it is addressed to:

The Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Vehicle Diagnostics and Management Principles, is addressed to candidates who have already completed their studies at the Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles and wish to enrich their knowledge and skills in the diagnosis and repair field of difficult and complex mechanical and electronic problems, using advanced computerized diagnostic vehicle technology.

In addition, candidates are trained in managing customers and dealing with different complex problems. They learn how to decide and explain to others, in the most appropriate manner on how to approach and repair diagnostic procedures.

Teaching Structure:


The teaching structure is based on the concentration of 61 credits from 15 mandatory units and 9 credits from 2 optional units or by completing a project management.

Duration and Mode of Study:

Attendance generally is conducted at night lessons, which last 610 hours. Lessons are tailored to the needs and commitments of participants.

 Units:

1. Unit - Knowledge of how to Make Learning Possible through Demonstrations and Instruction

2. Unit - Skills in how to make Learning Possible through Demonstrations and Instruction

3. Unit - Knowledge of Support for Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment

4. Unit - Skills in Supporting Job Roles in the Automotive Work Environment

5. Unit - Knowledge of Providing Diagnostic Equipment and Technical Information System Support in Motor Vehicle Environments

6. Unit - Skills in Providing Diagnostic Equipment and Technical Information System Support in Motor Vehicle Environments

7. Unit - Knowledge of how to Identify and Agree Motor Vehicle Customer Service Needs

8. Unit - Skills to Identify and Agree Motor Vehicle Customer Service Needs

9. Unit - Knowledge of Diagnosis Motor Vehicle Faults Where No Prescribed Process or Format is Available in Motor Vehicle Environments

10. Unit - Skills in Diagnosing Motor Vehicle Faults Where No Prescribed Process or Format is Available in Motor Vehicle Environments

11. Unit - Knowledge of Providing Technical Support and Advice to Colleagues in Motor Vehicle Environments

12. Unit - Skills in Providing Technical Support and Advice to Colleagues in Motor Vehicle Environments

13. Unit - Knowledge of Liaising with Vehicle Product Manufacturers and Suppliers on Technical Matters

14. Unit - Skills in Liaising with Vehicle Product Manufacturers and Suppliers on Technical Matters

15. Unit - Knowledge in Conducting Diagnostic Consultations with Customers in Motor Vehicle Environments

16. Unit - Skills in Conducting Diagnostic Consultations with Customers in Motor Vehicle Environments

17. Unit - Knowledge in Monitoring Procedures to Control Risk to Health and Safety