Certificate II in Bicycles (AUR20305) - Casuarina - Northern Territory - Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus - I786

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Certificate II in Bicycles (AUR20305)
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Certificate II in Bicycles (AUR20305) - Casuarina - Northern Territory Certificate II in Bicycles (AUR20305) - Casuarina - Northern Territory
Objectives:
This qualification is suitable for persons interested in working in a bike shop or equivalent. As a result of this qualification they will undertake servicing and minor repairs of bikes, including servicing of wheel hubs, mechanical and hydraulic braking systems, steering, suspension and drivetrain systems. Removing, fitting and minor repairs to tyres, wheels and fitting of accessories may also be included.
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Certificate II in Bicycles (AUR20305)
Course Description:
Course Structure

To achieve a Certificate II in Bicycles students must complete a total of TWENTY-ONE (21) units of competency as detailed in the packaging rules and listed below. The course comprises:

    * TWO (2) compulsory units of competency:
    * SIXTEEN (16) units of competence from the Bicycle Inventory which must include a minimum of 12 units of competence from the Bicycle and/or general Mechanical clusters.
    * THREE (3) units of competence from the Retail, Service and Repair or any endorsed training package that meets the needs of the enterprise.

A maximum of 2 units of competency may be at level 3.

Total Nominal Course Hours: for the sequence listed below is 355. The total number of hours will vary depending on elective units selected.

Code    Module/Unit of Competency    
Hours

COMPULSORY UNITS OF COMPETENCE
Level 2        
AURC270103A    Apply safe working practices    
20
AURC272003A    Apply environmental regulations and best practice in a workplace or business    
20
    
Total nominal hours
40

UNITS OF COMPETENCE FROM THE BICYCLE INVENTORY
Level 2        
AURB212170A    Service bicycle mechanical braking systems    
15
AURB212370A    Service bicycle hydraulic braking systems    
20
AURB214670A    Service bicycle drive train systems    
15
AURB215671A    Service and repair bicycle steering systems    
20
AURB216671A    Service and repair bicycle suspension systems    
35
AURB218168A    Remove, repair and fit bicycle tyres    
10
AURB218265A    Remove/refit and adjust bicycle wheels    
10
AURB218266A    Repair bicycle wheels    
10
AURB218271A    Service and repair bicycle wheel hubs    
15
AURB228270A    Service bicycle frames    
15
AURB232265A    Remove, replace, fit and adjust bicycle accessories    
15
AURB254380A    Operate in a retail bicycle environment     
10
AURS242621A    Promote products and services    
20
AURT200108A    Carry out servicing operations    
20
AURT270278A    Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment    
20
BSBCMN208A    Deliver a service to customers    
20
    
Total nominal hours
270

UNITS OF COMPETENCE FROM THE RETAIL, SERVICE AND REPAIR
Level 2        
AURT225667A    Use and maintain measuring equipment    
15
AURC251677A*    Use numbers in the workplace    
10
AURC270421A**    Establish relations with customers    
20
    
Total nominal hours
45
    
Total nominal hours for the qualification
355


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See the RPL Guide for Applicants for further information on the RPL application process.


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Students are encouraged to submit any requests for credit from previous studies at the time of enrolment, to ensure they are not enrolling in units they may not need to undertake.

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Your completed Application for Exemption form together with attached documentary evidence (certified copy of Qualification/Statement of Attainment) to support your request for exemption/credit transfer should be submitted directly to the University either in person or by mail. Requests without documentary evidence will not be processed and will be returned to students. There are no fees attached to Credit Transfers.
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