The standard for the Motorcycle Technician (Repair and Maintenance)

The first of a range of high quality apprenticeship standards were introduced in 2014. These standards are designed by employers for employers, to ensure that apprenticeships support businesses to grow and prosper.

What is different about apprenticeship standards?

The employer-designed apprenticeship standards set out what an apprentice will be able to do on completion of their apprenticeship.

These new apprenticeships assess an apprentice through a rigorous end point assessment, designed by employers, which will ensure that the apprentice really can do the job they've trained for before completing their apprenticeship.

Is Government funding available for these new apprenticeships?

Yes. The Government will contribute towards the cost of external training and assessment of apprentices to meet the standard. It has been confirmed that, in the 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016 academic years, for every £1 an employer pays towards the cost of training and assessment, Government will pay £2.


Please click here to download a copy of the Motorcycle Technician Standard.



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