Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (AUR20720)
Prepare for your career in the automotive industry with this entry-level course.
In this course you will gain the basic skills and knowledge required to carry out workplace tasks safely and effectively. You will become familiar with electrical and mechanical components and systems, and will learn how to use appropriate tools and equipment to complete basic removal, inspection and refitting of automotive components.
Young people considering a career as an apprentice or trainee in the automotive field will develop related skills within this course.
It may also assist in gaining employment in:
- underbody repair
- tyre and brake front end specialist
- auto electrical, outboard, motor or motorbike mechanic
- spare part sales
- general automotive repairs
- entry into the armed forces.
Focus is on general automotive servicing and environmental and sustainable best practices in the workplace.
Duration: 12 months including 80 hours structured workplace learning (SWL).
Completion requirements: This qualification will be granted when competency is demonstrated and achieved in a minimum of 12 units as described in the automotive information sheet (PDF, 624KB).