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Program Details - Automotive Servicing Technology Certificate II

Program TitleAutomotive Servicing Technology Certificate II
Industry SectorAutomotive Industries
QualificationCertificate II in Automotive ServicingTechnology
Qualification CodeAUR20516
DescriptionThis program provides participants with knowledge, skills and understanding of essential automotive information and workshop practices and is a good foundation for the range of occupations in the industry. Safe working practices are taught and the skills learnt are expected to be performed to ‘Industry Standard’ and verified at Work Placement. Competencies from Certificate l are reinforced throughout this course and students learn how to inspect and service braking systems, cooling systems, steering systems, suspension systems, engines, transmissions (manual and automatic), clutch systems and emission control systems. They learn how to select automotive parts and products, test and repair basic electrical systems and service final drives (driveline) and final drive assemblies and identify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processes. There is a high level of focus on employability skills to assist students as they attempt to transition into the industry. Customer service and vehicle care are emphasized throughout the course as students use a range of automotive technologies and are made aware of the need to continually update these skills in the future. Students are encouraged to show initiative, problem solve and manage their time to complete all the course requirements.
PathwaysThis program can lead to a wide range of work in the Automotive Pathway including; Aviation \ Bicycle \ Motor Cycle \ Marine \ Light Vehicle Mechanic \ Diesel Mechanic (HeavyVehicle), Auto Electrician, Panel Beater, Spray painter, Vehicle Trimmer, Automotive Parts Interpreter, Vehicle or Parts Sales,Tyre Fitter, Engine Reconditioning, Performance Tuning and Car Detailing etc. With further training and entry into university, this course could lead to Automotive Engineering.
Program Length2 Semesters (1 year)
CoursesThe following courses are offered within this program

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology
Host    : Playford International College
Location(s) : Playford International College
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