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Motor Vehicle - Apprenticeship Level 3

Start Date: 2nd September 2024
Code: PWFB01692


Duration: 2 Years Full-time
Start date: 2nd September 2024
End date: 18th June 2026

Attendance at an information session is required.

Course fee: FREE (Eligibility criteria may apply)

Course Update

Please note from September 2025, all Ballymena courses are planned to move to the new Ballymena campus at Farm Lodge.

You must:

  • have successfully attained a Level 2 Traineeship qualification in Motor Vehicle OR a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Motor Vehicle.
  • be employed or be about to take up permanent paid employment with a Northern Ireland-based company and be contracted to work a minimum of 21 hours per week (including day release/off- the-job training) with one employer.
  • have the potential to successfully complete all the requirements of the appropriate Level 3 Apprenticeship Framework.
  • meet any health requirements (eg colour vision) specific to the occupation of your choice.

All relevant paperwork should be uploaded to the admissions portal prior to being considered for an apprenticeship, this should include your:

  • Employer response form
  • Vision verification form (Electrical Installation only)
  • One form of official photographic ID
  • Official proof of your National Insurance number eg Letter from HMRC

To access the forms and for further details visit our Apprenticeship page 

Achievement of ApprenticeshipsNI Level 3 offers possible progression to a level 4/5 qualification.

Over 90% achieved an apprenticeship.

Farm Lodge Buildings
BT43 7DF
0333 034 8197



This course is also available in other NRC campuses.

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