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This qualification will be delivered over 75 weeks including 67 weeks of training and assessment and 8 weeks of holidays.
Note that supplementary classes will be scheduled, and attendance required, should additional classes be required to allow for classes missed as a result of public holidays, or other interruptions, and/or for students who require further training and/or reassessment or additional support.
|Total number of 31 units are required for the award of the AUR32120 – Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology.
Core units: 17 units
Elective units: 14 units, of which:
§ up to 6 may be from the Specialist Elective Groups and/or the general elective units listed in the AUR32120 qualification.
§ up to 5 may be from a Certificate II qualification or above in the AUR Training Package or another endorsed Training Package or accredited course.
Elective units chosen must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the overall integrity of the AQF alignment, not duplicate the outcome of another unit chosen for the qualification, and contribute to a valid vocational outcome.
|Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace
|Interpret and apply automotive repair instructions
|Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace
|Remove, refit and operate electrical components following body repair activities
|Test, charge and replace batteries and jump-start vehicles
|Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace
|Repair vehicle chassis, frame and associated components
|Remove and store vehicle body components
|Repair vehicle body misalignment
|Remove, replace and align bolt-on vehicle body panels and components
|Repair vehicle body panels using filler
|Remove and replace major welded panels on vehicles
|Repair adhesive bonded structural damage on vehicles
|Inspect vehicle damage and determine repair procedures
|Apply original equipment manufacturer repair procedures during vehicle repairs
|Carry out advanced gas metal arc welding on vehicle body sections
|Carry out spot welding
|Work effectively with others in an automotive workplace
|Prepare vehicles for customer use
|Remove and replace vehicle supplementary restraint systems
|Remove and install vehicle movable body glass
|Remove and replace adhesive attached components on vehicles
|Repair vehicle thermoplastic body panels and components
|Repair and replace vehicle structural damage
|Set up and operate universal vehicle measuring systems
|Carry out vehicle sectional repairs
|Carry out non-structural vehicle panel repairs
|Repair vehicle aluminium body panels using filler
|Apply rust prevention and sound deadening materials to vehicle body components
|Remove and replace vehicle and vessel seats and fittings
|Carry out oxyacetylene thermal heating and cutting on vehicle body sections
|Although the training package does not stipulate any entry requirements for this training product.
OCT has the following entry requirements in place for international students:
· be at least 18 years of age.
· participate in a course entry interview (pre-enrolment review) to determine suitability of the course and additional support needs.
· undertake OCT’s ACSF LLN assessment.
English Language Requirements:
Prospective learner must have taken any of the following test types and achieved the minimum score in the last three (3) years.
*ELICOS – English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students
You are not required to provide evidence of English language requirement if one of the following applies to you:
· you are a citizen and hold a passport from UK*, USA, Canada, NZ or Republic of Ireland
· you are an applicant who is a Foreign Affairs or, Defence sponsored student or a Secondary Exchange student (AASES)
· you are enrolled in a principal course of study that is a registered school course, a standalone English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS), a course registered to be delivered in a language other than English, or a registered post-graduate research course
· you have completed at least 5 years’ study in English in one or more of the following countries: Australia, UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, or the Republic of Ireland
· in the 2 years before applying for enrolment, you completed, in Australia and in the English language, either the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education or a substantial component of a course leading to a qualification from the Australian Qualifications Framework at the Certificate IV or higher level, while you held a student visa.
Note: You may be required to provide evidence of an English test score with your visa application if you hold a British National Overseas (BNO) passport.
Conditions of Entry:
For international students, it is a condition of entry that upon acceptance, you must provide evidence of having an Australian Student Visa (subclass 500).
The physical requirements of a panel beater can be very demanding and it is expected that you will have reasonable level of fitness to perform the following tasks:
· Constant hand function (fine and gross) and lifting waist to overhead and carrying up to 2kg
· Frequent standing, forward reaching, overhead reaching and static neck postures;
· Frequent lifting from floor to overhead and carrying from 2kg to 15kg;
· Frequent pushing and pulling;
You are required to discuss your capabilities in the above areas and any concerns you have during the course entry interview.
|OCT operates on a rolling intake timetable. Although no units in this qualification have any pre-requisites, OCT has adopted a stage based rolling intake where all students must complete the units in the initial stage listed below prior to merging these students with older students in ongoing classes. OCT runs these units on an ongoing basis depending on student enrolments and commencements. Students can commence their course in any of the following units and in any order. Once, the students have completed the following units they will be merged with older students. Each student will be provided with their individual training and assessment plan outlining their timetable.
· AURAEA002 Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace
· AURASA102 Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace
· AURTTK102 Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace
· AURAFA108 Interpret and apply automotive repair instructions
You will be provided with your own apprentice toolkit which you will be required to bring to all practical classes. You will also be provided with a uniform which must be worn for all workshop days.
You must buy your own Safety Boots and bring them to each practical class. You will be provided with a timetable that will identify the days you will be attending workshop-based training and assessment.
|Student Support Services
|OCT has a range of Student Support Services available for you. Please refer to your student handbook for details on available Student Support Services.
|Units are assessed individually via a range of assessment methods: Written Assessment, Verbal Questioning and Practical Demonstrations observed directly by the assessor.
|Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfers (CT)
|THE RTO offers all students the opportunity to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Please refer to our RPL and CT policy and procedure in the Student Handbook and/or Website.
|Students can make an appeal against any assessment decision by following the Complaints and Appeals Policy outlined in the Student Handbook and our website.
All appeals and complaints will be dealt with following the Complaints and Appeals Procedure.