CRICOS CODE 103667M
AUR30620 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology
This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a broad range of tasks on light vehicles in the automotive service and repair industry.
While there are no entry requirements defined in the training package, the RTO requires the following criteria to be met:
- Applicants must be minimum 18 years of age at the time of commencement
- Successful completion of Australian Equivalent Year 11 qualification or higher
- IELTS score of 5.5 or PTE score of 42 or Certificate III in EAL or its equivalent.
This course will be delivered over 92 weeks of full-time study including 18 weeks of work placement and 12 weeks of holidays. It is expected that the program would be of less duration for students who have completed components that can be identified by the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), and/or Credit Transfer.
Candidates who are 18 years and above, (including maturely aged clients) who wish to enter into the Automotive industry as light vehicle mechanical technician.
PATHWAYS INTO THE QUALIFICATION
Individuals may enter to this qualification with limited or no vocational experience and without a lower level qualification.
PATHWAYS FROM THE QUALIFICATION
After achieving this qualification, individuals could progress to AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis or other relevant qualifications within the training package.
This qualification provides a pathway to work as an as mechanical technician within the automotive industry. Possible job title includes
- Light vehicle mechanical technician
Training is based on face-to-face classroom delivery including interactive classroom teaching, practical activities and tutorials. Practical activities are conducted in a simulated automotive workshop within the RTO premises.
51 Brady Street, South Melbourne
WORK BASED TRAINING (WBT)
Work placement will be done in EAA approved workshop for 360 hours of time duration.
Assessment will usually commence in the session following delivery. As this is a competency based program, assessment continues throughout the program until the participant either achieves competency in the assessment tasks or a further training need is identified and addressed. Students will be required to perform in a range of assessment tasks including and not limited to: Knowledge Test, Written Assignment, Practical Observation / Demonstration.
RPL /CREDIT TRANSFERS
Credit transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for components of a qualification based on identified equivalence in content and learning outcomes between matched qualifications.
Students may apply for RPL or Credit transfers for any unit in which they can successfully demonstrate competency.
UNIT OF COMPETENCE
To attain this qualification, 36 units must be completed, consisting of 20 core units and 16 elective units.
|1||AURAEA002||Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace|
|2||AURASA102||Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace|
|3||AURETR112||Test and repair basic electrical circuits|
|4||AURETR123||Diagnose and repair spark ignition engine management systems|
|5||AURETR125||Test, charge and replace batteries and jump-start vehicles|
|6||AURETR129||Diagnose and repair charging systems|
|7||AURETR130||Diagnose and repair starting systems|
|8||AURETR131||Diagnose and repair ignition systems|
|9||AURLTB103||Diagnose and repair light vehicle hydraulic braking systems|
|10||AURLTD104||Diagnose and repair light vehicle steering systems|
|11||AURLTD105||Diagnose and repair light vehicle suspension systems|
|12||AURLTE102||Diagnose and repair light vehicle engines|
|13||AURLTZ101||Diagnose and repair light vehicle emission control systems|
|14||AURTTA104||Carry out servicing operations|
|15||AURTTA118||Develop and Carry out diagnostic test strategies|
|16||AURTTB101||Inspect and service braking systems|
|17||AURTTC103||Diagnose and repair cooling systems|
|18||AURTTE104||Inspect and service engines|
|19||AURTTF101||Inspect and service petrol fuel systems|
|20||AURTTK102||Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace|
|21||AURAFA103||Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace|
|22||AURETR128||Diagnose and repair instruments and warning systems|
|23||AURLTJ113||Remove, inspect and refit light vehicle wheel and tyre assemblies|
|24||AURLTX103||Diagnose and repair light vehicle clutch systems|
|25||AURTTA017||Carry out vehicle safety inspections|
|26||AURTTB015||Assemble and fit braking system components|
|27||AURTTC001||Inspect and service cooling systems|
|28||AURTTD002||Inspect and service steering system|
|29||AURTTD004||Inspect and service suspension systems|
|30||AURTTF102||Inspect and service diesel fuel injection systems|
|31||AURTTJ011||Balance wheels and tyres|
|32||AURTTK001||Use and maintain measuring equipment in an automotive workplace|
|33||AURTTQ001||Inspect and service final drive assemblies|
|34||AURTTQ103||Inspect and service drive shafts|
|35||AURTTX102||Inspect and service manual transmissions|
|36||AURTTX103||Inspect and service automatic transmissions|