You will also learn how to weld and carry out valuable engineering tasks.
There is plenty of hands-on learning during this practical programme. You will also be required to carry out a minimum of 81 hours of work experience in industry.
You will learn how to:
- follow workplace policies, procedures and relevant regulations to work safely and effectively in an automotive workshop.
- use tools and equipment to complete basic workshop engineering tasks.
- apply fundamental automotive engineering knowledge to service engine, and driveline systems.
- check operation of, and perform minor repairs on, electrical and electronic systems
- apply fundamental automotive engineering knowledge to service steering, suspension, tyres and brake systems.
Programme Specific Information
- Open entry
Learners should hold or be working towards a Class 1 drivers licence.
Students are encouraged to undertake 240 hours of work experience for this programme. Doing so will consolidate course content, establish relationships with industry and open up employment/apprenticeship opportunities.
Automotive Engineer, Motorcycle Engineer, Automotive Electrical Engineer, automotive machinist, accessories and parts sales, Automotive Dismantler, small engine repair, power boat servicing.
- Overalls – no exposed zip at front and NOT Nylon - approx $60 to $150
- Safety Boots (steel capped) - approx $100 to $250
- Safety Glasses - $10
- Small LED Light - $11
- A4 lever arch folder, lined A4 refill, calculator, pencil, pens, etc - $25 approx
- A laptop or tablet is also required - approx $750