Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology Cert III – AUR30612
This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a broad range of tasks on a variety of light vehicles in the automotive service and repair industry.
Job roles and employment outcomes
The Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology prepares new employees or recognises and develops existing workers performing mechanical work in the automotive light vehicle service and repair industry.
Job roles related to this qualification include:
- light vehicle mechanical technician
This qualification is suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway.
Pathways into the qualification
Credit may be granted towards this qualification by those who have completed AUR20512 Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology, AUR20712 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation or other relevant qualifications.
Pathways from the qualification
Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR40212 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis, AUR40812 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling or other relevant qualifications.
There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements, depending on the work context. Local regulations should be checked for details.
This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS QUALIFICATION SUMMARY
The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the automotive industry for this qualification. The employability skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.
Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:
- clearly communicating workplace verbal and non-verbal information and ideas with workplace colleagues, including use of automotive terms
- completing workplace reports
- using and contributing to workplace procedures
- maintaining workplace records
- communicating with colleagues and clients to handle verbal enquiries, such as clarifying instructions and responding to requests for information
- interpreting the needs of customers
- reading and interpreting workplace-related documentation
- identifying and describing own role and role of others
- working with diverse individuals and groups
- applying knowledge of own role to complete activities efficiently to support team activities and tasks
- recognising a workplace problem or potential problem and taking action
- determining problems needing priority action
- referring problems outside area of responsibility to appropriate person and suggesting possible causes
- seeking information and assistance as required to solve problems
- using a range of problem-solving techniques
- taking action to resolve concerns
- developing practical responses to common breakdowns in workplace systems and procedures
Initiative and enterprise
- adapting to new and emerging situations in the workplace
- being proactive and creative in responding to workplace problems, changes and challenges
Planning and organising
- planning own work requirements and prioritising actions to achieve required outcomes and ensure tasks are completed on time
- identifying risk factors and taking action to minimise risk
- selecting and using appropriate equipment, materials, processes and procedures
- recognising limitations and seeking timely advice
- planning own work requirements, setting own work program and managing time to ensure tasks are completed on time
- following workplace documentation, such as codes of practice and operating procedures
- asking questions to gain information
- identifying sources of information, assistance and expert knowledge to expand knowledge, skills and understanding
- participating in self-improvement activities
- participating in development of workplace continuous improvement strategies
- helping others develop competency
- operating diagnostic and test equipment
- performance testing components, systems and equipment
- using tools and equipment efficiently and safely
- storing and caring for components, parts, tools, test equipment and support equipment
- using business technology to collect, analyse and provide information
To be awarded this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in 36 units of competency, consisting of:
- 20 core units
- 16 elective units