Course Details - AUR20520 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology - Charles Campbell College

EASVA TitleAutomotive Servicing Technology II
QualificationAUR20520 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology
RTOQuality Automotive Training (National Code 6194)
Host OrganisationCharles Campbell College
Course Length3 Semesters (1.5 years)
Course DescriptionCertificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology prepares and inducts students into the Automotive Industry. This qualification assists in developing the necessary skills and knowledge required to perform routine activities. It also provides participants with experience required to apply for Apprenticeships. Students will participate in off-job training at Quality Automotive Training in Rosewater or Charles Campbell College. The training involves both theory and practical assignments. Students are required to complete five (5) full weeks of Structured Work Placement (SWP) for on the job assessment.
PathwaysThis Certificate II can work towards an Automotive Apprenticeship as a Light Vehicle Mechanical Technician, Heavy Vehicle Mechanical Technician, Automotive Electrician or similar.
Entry RequirementsMinimum entry level - Currently in Year 11 or 12 (Must be 16 years of age, to enable Student Work Placement).
Other RequirementsSafety footwear, safety eye wear, long sleeve shirt and pants or overalls. Long hair must be tied back. Resource Fee - May be applicable
Delivery Location(s)Charles Campbell College, 3 Campbell Road, Paradise, SA, 5075
Delivery of the course will take place in the Trade Training Centre within the College.
Dates and Times59 weekly sessions at Charles Campbell College on Tuesdays from 08:45 until 16:00.
Commencement date 06/02/24.
Work Placement25 days
Includes 5 full weeks (190 hours) Structured Work Placement (SWP) in an Automotive Mechanical workplace. Note: This is a compulsory requirement for the completion of this course and / or qualification
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 2, 50 SACE credits
Units Of Competency
CoreAURASA102Follow Safe Working Practices in an Automotive Workplace20 nominal hours
 AURAEA002Follow Environmental and Sustainability Best Practice in an Automotive Workplace25 nominal hours
 AURETR115Inspect, Test and Service Batteries10 nominal hours
 AURTTA104Carry Out Servicing Operations20 nominal hours
 AURTTC001Inspect and Service Cooling Systems10 nominal hours
 AURTTD001Inspect and Service Steering Systems10 nominal hours
 AURTTD004Inspect and Service Suspension Systems10 nominal hours
 AURTTQ001Inspect and Service Final Drive Assemblies5 nominal hours
 AURTTQ003Inspect and Service Drive Shafts5 nominal hours
 AURTTB101Inspect and Service Braking Systems20 nominal hours
 AURTTE104Inspect and Service Engines20 nominal hours
 AURATA001Identify Basic Automotive Faults Using Troubleshooting Processes20 nominal hours
ElectiveAURTTK001 Use and Maintain Measuring Equipment in an Automotive Workplace15 nominal hours
 AURETR112Test and Repair Basic Electrical Circuits40 nominal hours
 AURTTX102Inspect and Service Manual Transmissions10 nominal hours
 AURTTX003Inspect and Service Automatic Transmissions10 nominal hours
 AURLTJ113Remove, Inspect and Refit Light Vehicle Wheel and Tyre Assemblies20 nominal hours
 AURTTK102Use and Maintain Tools and Equipment in an Automotive Workplace20 nominal hours
 AURSCA101Select and Supply Automotive Parts and Products100 nominal hours
 AURAFA103Communicate Effectively in an Automotive Workplace20 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
410 Total Nominal Hours
Training Cost$400.00
This is a ‘gap’ fee for eligible students, as the course is supported by the Government of South Australia, VET for School Students Policy. Please speak to your VET Co-Ordinator - Referrals are only accepted via the VETRO process
Other Costs$300.00
Cost NotesIn addition to the course cost, an administration fee will apply as follows. Non-EASVA member government school $100 per enrolment, Non-EASVA member Non-government school $200 per enrolment. (refer to member school tab for list of EASVA schools)
Number Of StudentsMinimum    12
Maximum   16
Selection ProcessSuccessful applications will be required to complete a Learning, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment
Public TransportCatch any bus from the city to the Paradise Interchange. From the interchange catch any busy travelling along Darley Road including 174, 176 or 177, stopping at the Newton Shopping Centre.
Contact PersonMs Rachael Savage, Phone 8165 4700, Email
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