Automotive and engineering

Professional courses for adults

Aeronautical, automotive and engineering

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College offers practical vocational courses in mechanical/manufacture engineering, electronic engineering and automotive engineering as well as aircraft and motor vehicle maintenance.

Our specialist aeronautical and automobile department is based at our Shoreham Airport Campus. The Aero and Auto department is highly regarded and its practical equipment includes seven aircraft, race-ready sports cars, state-of-the-art automotive diagnostic equipment, CAD/CAM software and techniques for the design and manufacture of electronic systems. 

The engineering programmes offered at GB MET's Broadwater Campus in Worthing are subject-specific, allowing us to deliver highly personalised tuition, which results in exceptionally high pass rates for students on our courses.

Available courses

  • Shoreham
    Motor Vehicle | City and Guilds Award in MOT Testing | Level 2 (Classes 4 and 7)
    Motor Vehicle | City and Guilds Award in MOT Testing | Level 2 (Classes 4 and 7)

    If you want to become a qualified MOT tester, you will need to successfully complete this qualification which was developed with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

    • Course type: Adult qualifications and professional
    • Qualification: Level 2 Award in MOT Testing
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  • Shoreham
    Motor Vehicle | IMI Award in Automotive Refrigerant Handling (F-Gas Regulation) | Level 3
    Motor Vehicle | IMI Award in Automotive Refrigerant Handling (F-Gas Regulation) | Level 3

    For experienced automotive Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) technicians, to work towards a Vocational Related Qualification (VRQ), which is approved by DEFRA.

    • Course type: Adult qualifications and professional
    • Qualification: IMI Level 3 Award in Automotive Refrigerant Handling (EC842-2006) (QCF)
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  • Worthing
    Engineering - Open Access
    Engineering - Open Access

    The course provides access to an engineering workshop with a wide range of equipment to enable students to complete their projects, for example car parts and vintage motorcycle repairs. The course is open to students of all abilities.

    • Course type: Adult leisure and hobby
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