Certificate II in Automotive Studies (VET in Schools)

Cert II Auto Studies VETis
Course Code
22015VIC
Course Type
Accredited Course
Course Level
Skills Creation
Department
Automotive
Course Location
Warragul; Yallourn
Course Duration
Part Time: To successfully obtain Nationally Recognised Qualifications students will usually be required to attend over two years during their VCE/VCAL studies
Course Cost
Students should consult their Career's Advisor or VETiS Co-ordinator to obtain further information on costs.
Downloads
course_info.pdf (pdf)
Study Modes
On Campus; Part Time (Day)
Starting Date
Part Time:
  • February 2014

Course Overview

This qualification is designed to create pathways for employment in the automotive industry. The participants in this course can expect to learn how to conduct minor servicing, use and maintain equipment correctly, principles of Occupational Health and Safety and develop a good understanding of the automotive industry. In addition to enhancing employment opportunities, the successful completion of this program may reduce time served in a related apprenticeship.

Qualifications And Recognition

Upon completion of this course, students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

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Employment Prospects

  • Auto Electrician
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Automotive Parts Interpretor
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Exhaust Fitter and Repairer
  • Light Vehicle Motor Mechanic
  • Motorcycle Mechanic
  • Navy Technical Sailor
  • Panel Beater
  • Small Engine Mechanic
  • Exhaust Fitter and Repairer

Entry Requirements

To undertake a VETiS Program with Federation Training participants must be enrolled with a secondary education provider or school

Assessment

This is a VCE VET accredited course.

This course does not contain a VCE Scored Assessment.

VCE Students will be eligible for a 10% increment of their ATAR Score

VCAL Students will be eligible for 2 Block Credits for Units 1 & 2 in their first year and 2 Block Credits in Units 3 & 4 in their second year

Opportunities For Further Study

  • Certificate III in Agricultural Mechanical Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Engineering (Mechanical Trade) (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology (Apprenticeship
  • Certificate III in Outdoor Power Equipment Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Diesel Engine Technology (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate III in Automotive Sales (Apprenticeship)
  • Certificate IV in Automotive Technician (LPG Installation and Maintenance)

Can prospective students enrol in individual units?

No.

Course Structure

First Year
Units of Competency
Unit Code
Unit Name
Nominal Hours
AURC270103A
Apply Safe Working Practices
20
AURT225667A
Use and Maintain Measuring Equipment
15
AURT270278A
Use and Maintain Workplace Tools and Equipment
20
VBN047
Job Seeking Skills
30
VBN644
Carry Out Industry Research
40
VBN648
Remove and Replace Engine Assembly (Conventional)
20
VBN662
Remove and Replace Clutch Assembly
20
VBN668
Operate Electrical Test Equipment
40
Second Year
Units of Competency
Unit Code Unit Name
Nominal Hours
VBN651
Dismantle and Assemble Engine, Four-Stroke Single Cylinder (Petrol)
40
VBN652
Dismantle and Assemble Engine, Four-Stroke Multi-Cylinder (Petrol)
40
VBN661
Dismantle and Assemble Transmission, Manual (Transaxle)
40
VBN663
Remove and Replace Suspension, Front Springs
25
VBN675
Recharge Batteries
15
VPAU209
Participate in Vehicle Servicing Operations
40