We have developed this module in partnership with Electude, the world’s leading automotive e-learning company for students and apprentices currently working towards Level two qualifications that cover light vehicle maintenance and repair principles.
This module gives you the opportunity to ‘stretch’ your skills to Level three by completing a work order to identify the cause of a defective engine malfunction indicator light (MIL) on a 2006 Audi A8. You will also have the opportunity to use the Electude simulator to complete a work order for a showroom car that won’t start.
The module takes around 90 minutes to complete. You will be continually tested as you work your way through, with a series of quizzes and other activities. Once you have completed all sections successfully, you will be awarded a downloadable WorldSkills UK certificate.
In this module, you will learn to:
identify symptoms and causes of faults found in transmission and driveline systems
explain the systematic diagnostic techniques used in identifying faults
recognise faults associated with mechanical engine operation
evaluate and interpret test results from diagnostic testing.
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