Cert III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR30620
(CRICOS CODE 110342G)

Qualification Description

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a broad range of tasks on a variety of light vehicles in the automotive retail, service, and repair industry.

Amount of Training

Global Institute of Education will deliver this qualification over a 78-week period. This will consist of scheduled Student Contact Hours (SCH) for 20 hours over 3 days per week for 66 weeks plus 12 weeks of term breaks. This takes into account Public holiday periods such as Christmas & Easter, and School holiday breaks.

As this is a 78-week program it is recommended that the program is delivered over 6 terms as identified below. There are breaks included in the 78 weeks of delivery as outlined below:

Purpose
The aim of this course is to provide students with skill & knowledge across a wide range of the automotive retail, service and repair industry and further educational and employment opportunities.
Entry Requirements
Entry into this program requires International Students to fulfil requirements as listed below:

Next Course Date : 3rd July

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English Proficiency:

Overseas applicants are required to demonstration English  language proficiency by of the following options:

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

All students will be required to undertake, and satisfactorily complete GIE’ LLN Test conducted by a qualified assessor which includes a written test and interview to complete the verbal component of the test. The test will be completed on the day of Orientation at the GIE campus. A student support officer will schedule a time between the students and the assessor to conduct this test.

The purpose of the test is to determine whether the student requires any additional support in order to complete the course successfully. Further, this helps GIE identify if we can provide the students the level of support they require prior to commencement or if they will need to seek assistance from external agencies.

For learners that do not have the required LLN levels, they will be provided additional support or provided external options for accessing further training and support during the enrolment in the course. This will be in accordance with GIE’s student support policy and procedures.
The following table outlines the expected entry ACSF levels for each of the core foundation skills – Learning, Writing, Oral communication, Reading and Numeracy

Mode of Delivery

Face to face classroom theory and practical sessions
Global Institute of Education uses face to face classroom-based delivery for knowledge and practical teaching. These lessons are:

Pathways for Students

Participants are provided with advice on employment and training options throughout the delivery of the program.

After achieving the AUR30620 Certificate III in in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology, candidates may choose to undertake AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis or other relevant qualifications.

Employment Pathway

Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

CODE SKILL

Expected Entry Level

Oral Communication

Level 3

Learning

Level 3

Writing

Level 3

Reading

Level 3

Numeracy

Level 3

Expected entry levels are the minimum levels at which a student is expected to be at upon entry into the course. Students may have higher level skills which is fine. If a student is identified to not meet the minimum entry levels in any of the course skills, and where the assessor deems that GIE is able to provide additional support and has the appropriate mechanisms in place to support the student in development of the skill, then the learner can be accepted into this course.

Further information about LLN test and student support is included in the LLN Assessment Pack and the Student Support policy and procedures.

Course Contents

Total number of units 36 ( 20 Core units & 16 Elective units)

CODE

UNIT

AURAEA002

Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace

Core

AURASA102

Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace

Core

AURETR112

Test and repair basic electrical circuits

Core

AURETR123

Diagnose and repair spark ignition engine management systems

Core

AURETR125

Test, charge and replace batteries and jump-start vehicles

Core

AURETR129

Diagnose and repair charging systems

Core

AURETR130

Diagnose and repair ignition systems

Core

AURETR131

Diagnose complex faults in engine management systems

Core

AURLTB103

Diagnose and repair light vehicle hydraulic braking systems

Core

AURLTD104

Diagnose and repair light vehicle steering systems

Core

AURLTD105

Diagnose and repair light vehicle suspension systems

Core

AURLTE102

Diagnose and repair light vehicle engines

Core

AURLTZ101

Diagnose and repair light vehicle emission control systems

Core

AURTTA104

Carry out servicing operations

Core

AURTTA118

Develop and carry out diagnostic test strategies

Core

AURTTB101

Inspect and service braking systems

Core

AURTTC103

Diagnose and repair cooling systems

Core

AURTTE104

Inspect and service engines

Core

AURTTF101

Inspect and service petrol fuel systems

Core

AURTTK102

Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

Core

AURAFA103

Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace

Elective

AURETR006

Solder electrical wiring and circuits

Elective

AURETR128

Diagnose and repair instruments and warning systems

Elective

AURETR132

Diagnose and repair automotive electrical systems

Elective

AURETR143

Diagnose and repair electronic body management systems

Elective

AURLTJ102

Remove, inspect, repair and refit light vehicle tyres and tubes

Elective

AURLTJ113

Remove, inspect and refit light vehicle wheel and tyre assemblies

Elective

AURLTQ101

Diagnose and repair light vehicle final drive assemblies

Elective

AURLTQ102

Diagnose and repair light vehicle drive shafts

Elective

AURLTX101

Diagnose and repair light vehicle manual transmissions

Elective

AURLTX102

Diagnose and repair light vehicle automatic transmissions

Elective

AURLTX103

Diagnose and repair light vehicle clutch systems

Elective

AURTTA105

Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives

Elective

AURTTJ011

Balance wheels and tyres

Elective

AURTTK001

Use and maintain measuring equipment in an automotive workplace

Elective

AURTTZ102

Diagnose and repair exhaust systems

Elective

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is a form of assessment that acknowledges skills and knowledge gained through:

The main principle of RPL focuses on the outcomes rather than when or where the learning occurred. Evidence of competency is collected by the applicant and submitted to the nominated assessor and assessment is made based on the required industry standard within the relevant training package unit of competency.

Global Institute of Education is committed to providing up to date and relevant RPL information to all students during pre-enrolment and orientation whilst enrolled. Global Institute of Education staff will provide support and guidance regarding RPL enquiries. All applicants for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) will be provided with a copy of the relevant unit of competency and evidence requirements for the units being applied for.

It is up to the student to compile the evidence, in consultation with a trainer once they have enrolled.
Evidence documents will be assessed against the rules of evidence namely:

Applicants who are able to provide satisfactory evidence that they have achieved the required unit of competency or competencies may progress through the course with an exemption for the RPL units. If there is any gap identified during the RPL process, then Gap training will be negotiated with the student/learner on an as needs basis and agreed to by all parties on a learning plan or training plan. Any such request has to be received by Global Institute of Education within 14 days of the starting date of the course. Any RPL may lead to a reduction in Fees and the Duration of the course which may lead to the change in students course duraiton. Students can apply for RPL. The student must lodge an RPL application form. If RPL is granted then the course duration will be reduced according to the units provided with an RPL outcome. The student training and assessment plan will be amended accordingly.

Credit Transfer (CT)

Students may also apply for a credit transfer upon enrolment.

Global Institute of Education will provide credit transfer (CT) guides and documentation to students that explain the entire process.

More information about Global Institute of Education ’s CT & RPL assessment tools, policy and procedure is available from by emailing us on (admin@gie.edu.au) or phoning Global Institute of Education on +61 07 3879 4142

This process will be governed by Global Institute of Education “RPL Policy”