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AUR20716 - Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
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  • Snapshot
      • Course Code
      • AUR20716
      • Commencement
      • MARCH
      • Study Area
      • Trades & Licensing
      • Locations
      • Hamilton, Portland, Warrnambool
      • Mode & Length
      • ON CAMPUS, 8 MONTHS, TWO DAYS PER WEEK
      • Course Description
      • This a great course for those wanting to gain some base-level skills to build on. It is also ideal for those who want to test the waters to determine whether they are suited to being a mechanic. SWTAFE offers a pre apprenticeship program which provides general knowledge, mechanical skills and hands on   workshop experience in basic automotive functions and vehicle systems. This is a great starting point and knowledge of this nature is never wasted.

      • Information Session
      • Warrnambool campus
        Monday 27 November
        12.30pm & 5.30pm
        Timor St
        Warrnambool
        Click here to register

        Portland campus
        Wednesday 29 November
        Any time between 12pm and 6pm
        154 Hurd St
        Portland
        Click here to register

        Hamilton campus
        Thursday 30 November
        Any time between 12pm and 6pm
        200 Ballarat Rd
        Hamilton
        Click here to register 

      • Qualification Requirements
      • To be eligible for this qualification you must successfully complete 12 units; 7 core and 5 electives.
      • Training Facilities
      • Tools and servicing equipment
        Access to Vehicles and engines
        Servicing spare parts and consumables resources (oil, grease, filters etc…)
      • Student Placement
      • There is no organised student work placement with this program, however students are encouraged to seek work placement to gain skills in the automotive industry.
  • Careers & Pathways
      • Career Opportunities
      • Automotive Apprenticeships
      • Pathways & Value Adding to Your Course
      • The Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation provides a pathway to further study at South West TAFE. Credits in some units from the Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation can be used towards an automotive apprenticeship.
  • Apply & Enrol
      • Pre-training review
      • South West TAFE is committed to ensuring all students have access to the educational and support services they may need while studying. We do this by carrying out a pre-training review that is integrated with the application and enrolment process. For most courses, this review also includes a short literacy and numeracy assessment relevant to the course. The outcomes of the pre-training review assist our teachers and trainers to better understand each student’s capabilities prior to training and enable all students to be matched to the right program for them.

         

        This can be completed online, prior to your application at swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/pre-training-review

      • Enrolment Process
      • Once the selection and eligibility process for this course has been finalised, the enrolment process can begin.

        An Enrolment Form is available from the Course Coordinator and must be signed by the Course Coordinator, prior to enrolling. Once the Course Coordinator has signed the Enrolment Form, this must be taken with evidence of eligibility documentation*, with payment, and any concession card (not valid for Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses) to the Customer Service Centre at any of our campuses.

        Please contact the Customer Service Centre with any questions regarding the enrolment process.

        * For detail information please go to swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/how-to-enrol/enrolment-process/

      • Unique Student Identifier
      • If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains your training records and results for training completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide you with easy access to your training records and results throughout your life and this will assist you when applying for a job or enrolling in further study. You are required to have a USI at the time of enrolment – especially if you want to use VET Student Loans to defer your fees. To apply online or get more information go to www.usi.gov.au.
  • Student Support
      • Student Support
      • At South West TAFE we're here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

        From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

        • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours
        • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team
        • Koorie Liaison Officer
        • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs
        • Library and Research Centre
        • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery
        • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy
      • Koorie Education Support
      • The primary focus of the Koorie Liaison Officer is to support and assist students who identify as Koorie, in their educational endeavours. The Koorie Education Officers are available to provide support for:
        • Identification of educational needs
        • Design, plan and implementation of programs to meet the needs of Koorie learners
        • Development and/or support of vocational education and training programs
        • Developing teaching strategies
        • Classroom mentoring
        • Ensuring that the educational opportunities for Koorie students are maximised.
        • Implementing processes and strategies to meet the needs of the Koorie students. Contact the Koorie Liaison Officer on (03) 5564 8985.
  • Fees & Charges
      • Skills First funding
      • Skills First is a strong, stable, high quality training and TAFE system that gives all Victorians the opportunity to develop the skills they need – and the skills employers want – for jobs today and tomorrow. Skills First makes TAFE training more accessible to people who do not have a post-school qualification or who want to gain a higher level qualification than they already have. It provides funding to support the training of every eligible person seeking to undertake accredited training at South West TAFE.
        Eligibility to access Skills First varies on individual circumstances such as citizenship, age and prior educational history.
        Speak with a customer service officer on 1300 648 911 to determine your eligibility for each course or visit Skills First FAQ.

      • Tuition Fees
      • The following tables outline the tuition fees per unit for the Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation.You will be required to enrol in and complete all core units, however, you will make a selection of units from the electives depending on the requirements of the qualification and/or your employer (if applicable).

        The student pays price displayed is for government subsidised training. The Government subsidised tuition fee for this course is $3.25 per hour.

        There are a number of criteria that you will need to meet in order to be eligible for support from Skills First. If you don’t meet those criteria you will be a full fee paying student.

        If you meet all eligibility criteria and hold a current healthcare or pension card, you may be eligible to receive a fee concession. The concession rate is applicable for Certificate I to Certificate IV courses only.

        For more information regarding full fee pricing and concession rates, contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or learn@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

        The student tuition fees as published are estimated for 2017 fee rates, and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may also apply, such as materials and amenities.

      • Core Units
      • CodeNameHoursGovernment ContributionStudent PaysConcessionUnit Consumable
          195$2,145.00$633.75$126.75$10.00
        AURAEA002Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURASA002Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$5.00
        AURLTA001Identify automotive mechanical systems and components25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURTTK002Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$5.00
        AURAFA003Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURAFA004Resolve routine problems in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURETR003Identify automotive electrical systems and components25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURETR048Construct and test basic electronic circuits40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
      • Elective Units
      • CodeNameHoursGovernment ContributionStudent PaysConcessionUnit Consumable
        AURETR015Inspect, test and service batteries10$110.00$32.50$6.50$0.00
        AURTTA005Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives10$110.00$32.50$6.50$0.00
        AURTTA027Carry out basic vehicle servicing operations40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURETK003Operate electrical test equipment40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURETR006Solder electrical wiring and circuits20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURTTE007Dismantle and assemble single cylinder four-stroke petrol engines40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURTTE008Dismantle and assemble multi-cylinder four-stroke petrol engines40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
      • General Service Fee
      • The general service fee (amenities fee) – is applicable to all South West TAFE students and directly contributes to the costs of providing student services and amenities.

        The general service fee is calculated per student contact hour at the hourly rate of $0.45 based on the number of hours enrolled.  A maximum fee of $288.00 applies, but for students studying off campus and online the maximum is set at $55.00.

      • Booklist
      • You can download the booklist for this course from this link: Course Booklist

AUR20716 - Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

Call Us on 1300 648 911 Course Brochure Pre Training Review Apply Now
  • ENQUIRE NOW
  •  
  •  *  
  •  *  
  • * An email address or contact number is required
  • select
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PanelDetailsMob
  • Snapshot
      • Course Code
      • AUR20716
      • Commencement
      • MARCH
      • Study Area
      • Trades & Licensing
      • Locations
      • Hamilton, Portland, Warrnambool
      • Mode & Length
      • ON CAMPUS, 8 MONTHS, TWO DAYS PER WEEK
      • Course Description
      • This a great course for those wanting to gain some base-level skills to build on. It is also ideal for those who want to test the waters to determine whether they are suited to being a mechanic. SWTAFE offers a pre apprenticeship program which provides general knowledge, mechanical skills and hands on   workshop experience in basic automotive functions and vehicle systems. This is a great starting point and knowledge of this nature is never wasted.

      • Information Session
      • Warrnambool campus
        Monday 27 November
        12.30pm & 5.30pm
        Timor St
        Warrnambool
        Click here to register

        Portland campus
        Wednesday 29 November
        Any time between 12pm and 6pm
        154 Hurd St
        Portland
        Click here to register

        Hamilton campus
        Thursday 30 November
        Any time between 12pm and 6pm
        200 Ballarat Rd
        Hamilton
        Click here to register 

      • Qualification Requirements
      • To be eligible for this qualification you must successfully complete 12 units; 7 core and 5 electives.
      • Training Facilities
      • Tools and servicing equipment
        Access to Vehicles and engines
        Servicing spare parts and consumables resources (oil, grease, filters etc…)
      • Student Placement
      • There is no organised student work placement with this program, however students are encouraged to seek work placement to gain skills in the automotive industry.
  • Careers & Pathways
      • Career Opportunities
      • Automotive Apprenticeships
      • Pathways & Value Adding to Your Course
      • The Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation provides a pathway to further study at South West TAFE. Credits in some units from the Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation can be used towards an automotive apprenticeship.
  • Apply & Enrol
      • Pre-training review
      • South West TAFE is committed to ensuring all students have access to the educational and support services they may need while studying. We do this by carrying out a pre-training review that is integrated with the application and enrolment process. For most courses, this review also includes a short literacy and numeracy assessment relevant to the course. The outcomes of the pre-training review assist our teachers and trainers to better understand each student’s capabilities prior to training and enable all students to be matched to the right program for them.

         

        This can be completed online, prior to your application at swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/pre-training-review

      • Enrolment Process
      • Once the selection and eligibility process for this course has been finalised, the enrolment process can begin.

        An Enrolment Form is available from the Course Coordinator and must be signed by the Course Coordinator, prior to enrolling. Once the Course Coordinator has signed the Enrolment Form, this must be taken with evidence of eligibility documentation*, with payment, and any concession card (not valid for Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses) to the Customer Service Centre at any of our campuses.

        Please contact the Customer Service Centre with any questions regarding the enrolment process.

        * For detail information please go to swtafe.vic.edu.au/students/how-to-enrol/enrolment-process/

      • Unique Student Identifier
      • If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains your training records and results for training completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide you with easy access to your training records and results throughout your life and this will assist you when applying for a job or enrolling in further study. You are required to have a USI at the time of enrolment – especially if you want to use VET Student Loans to defer your fees. To apply online or get more information go to www.usi.gov.au.
  • Student Support
      • Student Support
      • At South West TAFE we're here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

        From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

        • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours
        • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team
        • Koorie Liaison Officer
        • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs
        • Library and Research Centre
        • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery
        • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy
      • Koorie Education Support
      • The primary focus of the Koorie Liaison Officer is to support and assist students who identify as Koorie, in their educational endeavours. The Koorie Education Officers are available to provide support for:
        • Identification of educational needs
        • Design, plan and implementation of programs to meet the needs of Koorie learners
        • Development and/or support of vocational education and training programs
        • Developing teaching strategies
        • Classroom mentoring
        • Ensuring that the educational opportunities for Koorie students are maximised.
        • Implementing processes and strategies to meet the needs of the Koorie students. Contact the Koorie Liaison Officer on (03) 5564 8985.
  • Fees & Charges
      • Skills First funding
      • Skills First is a strong, stable, high quality training and TAFE system that gives all Victorians the opportunity to develop the skills they need – and the skills employers want – for jobs today and tomorrow. Skills First makes TAFE training more accessible to people who do not have a post-school qualification or who want to gain a higher level qualification than they already have. It provides funding to support the training of every eligible person seeking to undertake accredited training at South West TAFE.
        Eligibility to access Skills First varies on individual circumstances such as citizenship, age and prior educational history.
        Speak with a customer service officer on 1300 648 911 to determine your eligibility for each course or visit Skills First FAQ.

      • Tuition Fees
      • The following tables outline the tuition fees per unit for the Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation.You will be required to enrol in and complete all core units, however, you will make a selection of units from the electives depending on the requirements of the qualification and/or your employer (if applicable).

        The student pays price displayed is for government subsidised training. The Government subsidised tuition fee for this course is $3.25 per hour.

        There are a number of criteria that you will need to meet in order to be eligible for support from Skills First. If you don’t meet those criteria you will be a full fee paying student.

        If you meet all eligibility criteria and hold a current healthcare or pension card, you may be eligible to receive a fee concession. The concession rate is applicable for Certificate I to Certificate IV courses only.

        For more information regarding full fee pricing and concession rates, contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 648 911 or learn@swtafe.vic.edu.au.

        The student tuition fees as published are estimated for 2017 fee rates, and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may also apply, such as materials and amenities.

      • Core Units
      • CodeNameHoursGovernment ContributionStudent PaysConcessionUnit Consumable
          195$2,145.00$633.75$126.75$10.00
        AURAEA002Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURASA002Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$5.00
        AURLTA001Identify automotive mechanical systems and components25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURTTK002Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$5.00
        AURAFA003Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURAFA004Resolve routine problems in an automotive workplace20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURETR003Identify automotive electrical systems and components25$275.00$81.25$16.25$0.00
        AURETR048Construct and test basic electronic circuits40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
      • Elective Units
      • CodeNameHoursGovernment ContributionStudent PaysConcessionUnit Consumable
        AURETR015Inspect, test and service batteries10$110.00$32.50$6.50$0.00
        AURTTA005Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives10$110.00$32.50$6.50$0.00
        AURTTA027Carry out basic vehicle servicing operations40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURETK003Operate electrical test equipment40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURETR006Solder electrical wiring and circuits20$220.00$65.00$13.00$0.00
        AURTTE007Dismantle and assemble single cylinder four-stroke petrol engines40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
        AURTTE008Dismantle and assemble multi-cylinder four-stroke petrol engines40$440.00$130.00$26.00$0.00
      • General Service Fee
      • The general service fee (amenities fee) – is applicable to all South West TAFE students and directly contributes to the costs of providing student services and amenities.

        The general service fee is calculated per student contact hour at the hourly rate of $0.45 based on the number of hours enrolled.  A maximum fee of $288.00 applies, but for students studying off campus and online the maximum is set at $55.00.

      • Booklist
      • You can download the booklist for this course from this link: Course Booklist