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The Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology (AUR20218) is the qualification you need to obtain your automotive air conditioning licence. Completed on-campus, you’ll learn how to diagnose, service, and repair air conditioning and HVAC systems. Graduate and apply for your 'AAC02 - Refrigerant handling licence - qualified persons' with the Australian Refrigeration Council.
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Get a hands-on role at a tyre retail and service outlet with the AUR21920 Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology. This nationally recognised qualification will teach you how to work safely in the automotive industry — selecting, fitting and selling a range of vehicle tyres. You’ll gain hands-on fitting and wheel service skills and have the opportunity to specialise in the following areas: light vehicle tyres, heavy vehicle tyres, agricultural tyres, or earthmoving tyres. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, graduation outcomes, and enrolment centres near you.
If you’re looking for an apprenticeship as an auto mechanic, try the Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning (AUR21516). This training course is completed on-campus and you’ll walk away an arsenal of engine service and repair skills — as well as a qualification that’s recognised all over Australia. Knowing how to identify basic automotive faults and recondition engine cylinder heads will definitely give you a head start when the next automotive apprenticeship becomes available.
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Boost your employability with a Certificate II in Automotive Underbody Technology (AUR21216). If you have your heart set on an apprenticeship as an automotive mechanic, this nationally recognised qualification could be the head-start your need. During 6 months of on-campus training you will learn how to identify basic automotive faults, use essential tools and equipment, plus service brakes, exhaust, steering and suspension systems.
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The Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology (AUR20516) is perfect for anyone wanting a trade apprenticeship in automotive repairs. This nationally recognised training course prepares you for work in an automotive workplace and delivers essential knowledge of workplace safety, tools, equipment, and servicing operations. You’ll graduate knowing how to inspect test and service batteries, braking systems, steering systems, engines, and suspension systems.
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The Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology (AUR20416) is a pathway to a career as an auto-electrician. This nationally recognised training course delivers real-world skills in the automotive industry and you’ll graduate knowing how to work safely in an auto-electrical workshop, solder electrical wiring and circuits, install vehicle lighting and wiring systems, test and repair electrical circuits and batteries.
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Automotive Vocational Preparation (AUR20716). It’s a nationally recognised qualification that teaches you how to identify and inspect the mechanical and electrical systems of cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles. Graduate with a working knowledge of standard tools, equipment and automotive testing systems.
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The Certificate II Automotive Steering and Suspension System Technology (AUR21816) is for mechanics and automotive repairers who need specific skills in vehicle steering and suspension systems. This national recognised qualification is delivered under the direction of a qualified tradesperson and can be completed as a trade apprenticeship. You will learn how to inspect and service steering systems, install tyres, carry out wheel alignments, and repair suspension systems.
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The AUR21916 Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology is for qualified mechanics or new workers who want to increase their employability and skills. It’s a nationally recognised qualification that teaches you how to select tyres for a vehicle, then fit the new tyre. The course also covers tyre removals, repairs and refits. Choose electives to specialise in agricultural tyres, heavy vehicle tyres, earthmoving and off-the-road tyres, light vehicle tyres, or suspension systems. Enquire now for a list of training centres and your eligibility for subsidised training.
The AUR30816 Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology is part of a trade apprenticeship for motorcycle mechanics. Over 4 years (working under a qualified tradesperson) you will learn how to inspect and service motorcycle engines — as well as diagnose and repair fuel, braking, cooling, and steering systems. The course also covers batteries, wheels and tyres, final drive assemblies, workplace safety. Graduate as a licensed tradesperson. Enquire now for the list of study units and training centres.
Learn how to service and repair cars and other light vehicles with the AUR30620 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology. This nationally recognised training course delivers a full range of technical skills including mechanical inspections, testing, fault diagnosis, repair work, servicing, battery charging, and part replacement. You’ll also gain essential knowledge of WHS, environmental safety, and sustainability in the automotive industry. Enquire now for the full list of study units, entry requirements, and opportunities for enrolment.
Get the skills you need to diagnose and repair motor vehicle electrical faults with the AUR30320 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology. This nationally recognised qualification prepares you for safe work in the automotive industry and delivers a full range of technical skills in the auto-electrical trade. The course covers: using electrical test equipment, testing and repairing basic electrical circuits, soldering wiring and circuits, installing vehicle lighting and wiring systems, repairing harnesses and looms, diagnosing and repairing different vehicle systems (charging, starting, ignition, instruments), and much more. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements, graduation outcomes, and enrolment centres near you.
The AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology is part of a trade apprenticeship for car mechanics. Over 4 years (working under a qualified tradesperson) you’ll learn how to inspect and service engines — as well as diagnose and repair fuel, braking, cooling, ignition, and steering systems. The course also covers batteries, electrical circuits, petrol and diesel vehicles, workplace safety. Graduate as a licensed tradesperson. Enquire now for the list of entry requirements and enrolment centres.
The AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology is the training requirement of an auto electrical apprenticeship — to enrol you must have access to a mechanical workplace and a qualified auto electrician. Over 4 years of study you will learn the essentials of electrical circuits and wiring systems in a range of motor vehicles, and by the end of the course will be replacing car parts and carrying our complex repairs. Enquire now for information about enrolment and work placements.
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