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Priory Training


Our new training facility, the Keyworth Centre, is now open and delivering post-16 courses specialising in Construction and Motor Vehicles. Our skilled tutors and technicians have many years' experience working within their respective trades.

We are an approved centre for the delivery of City & Guilds and IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry) qualifications and also offer apprenticeships within the construction and motor vehicle trades.

Our programmes deliver top-level technical training with the most
up-to-date industry specifications.


To achieve the City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Maintenance Operations (Construction) (6711-23) , students must achieve 54 credits throughout the course.


Unit 201/601:     Health, safety and welfare in construction

Unit 202/602:     Principles of building construction, information and communication

Unit 235:               Carry out small-scale building repairs (including use of power tools, defective masonry, drainage and roof coverings)

Unit 236:               Carry out small-scale painting and decorating repairs

Unit 237:               Carry out small-scale plastering repairs

Unit 238:               Carry out small-scale plumbing repairs (including sink and sanitary ware and rainwater components)

Unit 239:               Carry out carpentry repairs (including fencing, ironmongery and timber work)

The credits are obtained by practical tasks, written assessments and online exams.


The City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Maintenance Operations (Construction)  (6711-23) is a perfect lead into a City & Guilds Level 2 ‘trade specific’ qualification which we are able to deliver in either carpentry and joinery or painting and decorating.


Motor Vehicle

To achieve the IMI Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles, students must achieve 78 credits throughout the course.


G0102:    Skills in health, safety and good housekeeping in the automotive environment

G3:            Skills in supporting job roles in the automotive environment

G4:            Skills in materials, fabrication, tools and measuring devices used in the automotive environment

LV01:       Skills in routine light vehicle maintenance

LV02:       Removing and replacing light vehicle engine units and components (camshaft, radiator, fuel and ignition)

LV02.1:    Knowledge of light vehicle engine mechanical, lubrication and cooling system units and components

LV02.2:    Knowledge of light vehicle engine mechanical, fuel, ignition, air and exhaust system units and components

LV03:        Removing and replacing light vehicle electrical units and components (wiper motor, radio, alternator, starter motor)

LV04:        Removing and replacing light vehicle chassis units and components (track road end, strut and springs, brake pads and shoes)

LV12:        Removing and replacing light vehicle driveline units and components (clutch and pressure plate)

The credits are obtained by practical tasks, written assessments and online exams.


The next step is the IMI Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles. The requirements to progress onto the Level 3 qualification are a Grade C or above in Maths and English at GCSE or a Functional Skills Maths and English at Level 2.


If you would like more information about how our centre can become your strategic training partner, please contact us using the details below.


Recruitment and Development Manager: Alison Jones

Address: The Keyworth Centre, Priory City of Lincoln Academy, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln LN6 0EP

Telephone: 01522 882800 / 07467 147714