CRICOS Course Code: 094849F

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform advanced diagnostic tasks in the automotive retail, service and repair industry. This qualification provides a pathway to work as an Automotive Master Technician performing technical, diagnostic and repair tasks in the automotive service and repair industry
Individuals entering this qualification must have completed an automotive mechanical Certificate III level qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency. All students must be 18 years of age or over and international students must have a minimum IELTS band 5.5 or equivalent. This course is offered to both international and domestic students.
On successful completion of this qualification, students may progress to AUR50216 Diploma of Automotive Technology or other automotive Diploma level qualifications.
The course is delivered over 52 weeks including a 18 week compulsory work placement and 6 weeks of term breaks
To attain this qualification, 10 units of competency must
be successfully completed. The recommended course
outline is as follows:
Core Units
AURETR132Diagnose and repair automotive electrical
Elective units
AURETR010Repair wiring harnesses and looms
AURLTB104Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle
braking systems
AURTTA125Diagnose complex faults in vehicle
integrated stability control systems
AURLTX104Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle
automatic transmission and driveline
AURTTR101Diagnose complex faults in engine
management systems
AURLTE104Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle
petrol engines
AURETR037Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle
safety systems
AURLTD109Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle
steering and suspension systems
AURTTA021Diagnose complex system faults
$14,500 Tuition fees include work clothing, an automotive based tool kit and text books.
The course is delivered face-to-face, in a classroom based training model of 20 hours per week. Assessments are conducted using a combination of written assignments, oral questioning, case studies, projects, work placement logbook and observations in the workplace or simulated work environment.
Participants are required to undertake 360 hours of supervised work placement, which provides an excellent opportunity to improve practical job skills and gain valuable industry exposure. This course will also be conducted inside a working mechanical workshop to provide students with additional industry exposure and experience in a real workplace setting.
Recognition is available to students with prior skills, experience, knowledge or qualifications obtained from formal studies or training, in a related area. Recognition may reduce the duration of this course.

Classroom facility:
NSW: Norwest, 2153
SA: Adelaide, SA 5000
Simulated kitchen facility:
NSW: Girraween, NSW 2145
SA: Wingfield, SA 5013
Note: Student needs to complete their work placement at
allocated work placement site/s by the RTO.

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