Pathway: This partial certificate is designed to reflect the role of individuals who perform a range of servicing tasks in the automotive retail, service and repair industry as an introduction to automotive and motorcycle mechanics and maintenance. Further study in Certificate II or Ill in Automotive and/or School Based New Apprenticeship and/or a Full Apprenticeship in the automotive industry may follow.
Program Description: Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology is a program designed for students with an interest in the automotive industry. Auto Links work in conjunction with TAFE SA in developing student’s skills in the areas of vehicle and small engines, including engine components, systems and servicing, tools and equipment, WHS, environmental issues, car electrics, cooling systems and general mechanical work. This course combines structured work training, practical work sessions and theory into a single package designed to give students a head start into a vocational qualification in the automotive industry. Students are also recommended to complete 5 days of Structured Workplace Learning in a mechanical servicing business which will be arranged as part of the program. This course is designed to be an introduction to certificate II in automotive servicing technology by completing 11 of 20 units required for the qualification. Completion of the certificate can be achieved through year 12/13 school enrolment and then completed at TAFE or Directly through TAFE via SATAC. Further study in a Certificate II or Ill in Automotive and/or school based new apprenticeship and/or full apprenticeship in the automotive industry may follow. Additional support for students with low literacy is available.Download Brochure