This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of tasks related to installation, assembly and servicing of electrical components/systems of motor vehicles within the automotive electrical installation, service and repair technology sector.
This qualification is typically used to develop employees or recognise and develop existing workers who are performing vehicle service and repair of vehicle electrical components and systems in the automotive electrical industry.
They would be expected to perform a range of electrical operations involving known routines, methods and procedures and take some accountability for the quality of outcomes.
This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway.
WHAT JOB COULD IT HELP ME GET?
The AUR20416 Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology is intended to prepare prospective employees and existing workers who undertake service and repair of vehicle electrical components and systems in the automotive electrical industry. Work may include performing component/system fabricating, fitting or modifying operations of automotive aftermarket electrical componentry and installation.
JOB ROLES RELATED TO THIS QUALIFICATION INCLUDE:
Automotive Electrical Trainee / Assistant
Automotive Electrical Component Installer
PATHWAYS INTO THE QUALIFICATION
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
PATHWAYS FROM THE QUALIFICATION
Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology, or other relevant qualifications.
WHAT NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED?
16 units of competency are required to complete this qualification within the specific requirements as set out below:
10 core units
6 elective units within the specific requirements as set out in the units of competency brochure
Work Skills delivers all its qualifications and units of competency through blended learning, based on face-to-face, one-on-one training with a Work Skills trainer. This may also include utilising CDs, DVDs, textbooks, learning guides, the internet, the phone, and the Work Skills Online Learning and Assessment System, WOLAS. The learning may comprise all or some of these methods. It will depend on location, the pace at which the student wants to learn, and employer requirements. This is all negotiated at the first checkpoint meeting.
OPTION ONE: ONE-ON-ONE TRAINING
You can have the training as an individual. This allows you to have the training delivered at your own pace in a timeframe that suits you. We come to you and deliver training that fits into your work/life requirements. All assessments are completed at a pace that suits your needs.
OPTION TWO: RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
If you’ve had lots of experience in this industry or similar in the past; you may be eligible for RPL.
Recognition of Prior Learning means that you don’t require training. Instead, you just need to be assessed on each unit. You will need to draw on all your past experiences so that you can demonstrate that you have already acquired the knowledge and skills. You may be eligible for some units through the RPL process whilst other units may require some training.