Our generation has been improving little by little in terms of technology and even in vehicles. A lot of promos and offers about acquiring vehicles are extended from place to place and they even reached the social media sites for promotion. There are countless of riders present in our society now-a-days so this really is one of the most common and obvious development of our society. Nevertheless, what if these people experience problems with their wheels or motorcycles? What can they possibly do about it?
They can either bring it to a mechanic or fix it themselves. In order to do that, one must know how to repair motorcycle and small engine with the proper maintenance of these vehicles. We introduce you: Motorcycle / Small Engine Servicing NC II, a short course offered by TESDA in the Philippines which will train you in the installation and servicing parts of motorcycle / small engine. Once you enrolled in this course, you may acquire variety of skills regarding the servicing of vehicles.
Below are the possible examples of core competencies that you may acquire upon enrolling in this course:
- Applying Appropriate Sealant/Adhesive
- Moving and Positioning Vehicle
- Performing Mensuration and Calculation
- Reading, Interpreting, and Applying Specifications and Manuals
- Using and applying lubricant/coolant
- Performing shop maintenance
- Performing periodic maintenance
- Servicing Fuel System
- Servicing Lubrication System
- Servicing Ignition System
- Servicing Exhaust System
- Servicing Suspension System
- Servicing Break System
- Servicing Wheels and Tires
- Servicing Clutch System
- Servicing Electrical System
- Servicing Final Drive
- Servicing Cooling System
- Overhauling Motorcycle/Small Engine
Course DurationMotorcycle/Small Engine Servicing NC II only takes a minimum of 278 hours to accomplish.
- a copy of NSO Birth Certificate
- a copy of High School or College Diploma
- Certified true copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
- 1x1 or 2x2 Pictures
- Certificate of Good Moral Character
Though, requirements may vary depending on the course or situation you are going to enroll at, we intensely advise that you proceed directly to the school or training center’s official representatives or other staffs who are in charge with the requirements for more precise and detailed information regarding the said matter.
Those who are qualified graduates of Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing NC II may find employment as any of the following:
Small Engine Mechanic