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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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Become a licensed diesel mechanic with the Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology (AUR31516). This nationally recognised qualification is the official training course for apprentices and trade mechanics who want to specialise in diesel vehicles and machinery. Over 4 years of on-the-job training you will learn how to diagnose, service and repair a range of diesel vehicles and machines — as well as use standard tools and equipment. The course also covers different welding techniques.
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Become a specialist diesel mechanic with the AUR31416 Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Fuel Technology. This nationally recognised qualification is the official training course for apprentices and tradespeople who need the skills to work in automotive, agricultural, and mining workplaces. Over 4 years of on-the-job training you will learn how to diagnose, service and repair a range of vehicles that use diesel fuel — as well as use standard tools, equipment and machinery. The course also covers different welding techniques.
The AUR31116 Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology is part of a trade apprenticeship for heavy vehicle diesel mechanics. Over 4 years (working under a qualified tradesperson) you will learn how to inspect and service diesel engines — as well as diagnose and repair fuel injection, air braking, cooling, suspension and steering systems. The course also covers emission control systems, tubes and tyres, final drive assemblies, workplace safety. Graduate as a licensed tradesperson. Enquire now for the list of study units and training centres.
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