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Automotive Mechanical Technology (Motorcycle) Certificate III (NRT) - Armidale Campus

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  • Objectives
    You will learn how to service and repair motorcycles and how to service, repair and diagnose faults in motorcycle engines, transmissions, brakes, suspension, steering and electrical systems and components.
  • Entry requirements
    This course is for people working in the automotive industry who want a career as a motorcycle mechanic and have entered into a training agreement.
  • Academic Title
    Automotive Mechanical Technology (Motorcycle) Certificate III (NRT) - Armidale Campus
  • Course description
    The nationally endorsed Training Package (AUR05) specifies that 36 units of
    competence at levels 2, 3 or 4 are required to complete a qualification in
    AUR30405 Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology within the
    specific requirements as set out in the three areas below.
     
    NOTE: a maximum of 20 units of competence may be at level 2, and a maximum
    units of competence may be at level 4
     
    Area 1
    The following units of competence are compulsory:
    AURC270103A Apply safe working practices
    AURT366108A Carry out diagnostic procedures
    AURT271781A Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the
    automotive mechanical industry
     
    Area 2
    27 units of competence from the Technical Inventory,
     
    Area 3
    6 units of competence from the Retail, Service and Repair or any endorsed
    training package that meet the needs of the enterprise
     
    When people have achieved units as individual units or as part of
    Certificate II that are consistent with the requirement of this
    qualification, then credit should be given for those units.
     
    The following units of competence must NOT be used together when achieving
    qualification:
     
    MEM5.3AA Soft soldering basic
    And
    AURV223808A Carry out soft soldering techniques
     
    MEM5.4AB Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
    And
    AURV223608A Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal
    heating procedures
     
    MEM5.7AB Manual heating thermal cutting
    And
    AURV223608A Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal
    heating procedures
     
    MEM5.17AB Weld using gas metal arc welding process
    And
    AURV281308A Carry out gas metal arc (MIG) welding procedures
     
    To achieve a qualification in AUR30405 Certificate III in Automotive
    Mechanical Technology using the Motorcycle descriptor, the following must
    be included when selecting units of competence as specified in area TWO
    above.  

    To use this descriptor the following must be included when selecting units
    competence as specified in area TWO:
     
    AURE218676A Test, service and charge batteries
     
    AURE320666A Repair ignition systems
     
    AURE321171A Service and repair electronic spark ignition engine management
    systems
     
    AURT202166A Repair cooling systems
     
    AURT217665A Remove, fit and inspect wheel assemblies
     
    AURE218708A Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits
     
    AURT303166B Repair petrol fuel systems
     
    AURT304666A Repair and replace emission control systems
     
    AURT306170A Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and associated
    operating system components
     
    AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems
     
    AURTL301166A Repair engines and associated engine components (light
    vehicle)  

    AURTL306666A Repair transmissions - manual (light vehicle)
     
    AURTL312666A Repair final drive assemblies (light vehicle)
     
    AURTL313166A Repair final drive - driveline (light vehicle)
     
    AURTM315166A Repair steering systems (motorcycle)
     
    AURTM316166A Repair suspension systems (motorcycle)
     
    AURV328166A Repair and align motorcycle frames
     
    Note:
     
    1. The advice provided in this document should be used in conjunction with
    AUR05 Training Package and in particular the relevant qualification
    packaging rules.
     
    2. The course structure does not dictate the order in which units must be
    delivered. Institute/Colleges should be flexible in the order and method in
    which they deliver and group units in response to workplace needs where
    ever possible.
     
    3. In selecting technical and elective units of competency care must be
    taken to ensure the Packaging Rules for the qualification are addressed.
     
    4. Up to 6 elective units can be imported from other training packages.
    Imported units can be added to group 3 of the course structure on request
    from Institutes.(Please contact the Program Manager)
     
    To enable TAFE NSW to provide automatic course completion of the
    qualification, units have been added to the course using the following
    groupings:  

    GROUP 1
    3 Core competency units - safety, diagnostic and environmental units
    specified in the training package
     
    GROUP 2
    12 Motorcycle compulsory units - technical units specified by the training
    package
     
    GROUP 3
    18 Elective units - technical units and units from other endorsed training
    packages (see note 2) at levels 2, 3 and 4 as determined by the employer
    and apprentice.

    Group 3 contains four sub-groups;
    sub-group 1 - level 2 units,
    sub-group 2 - level 3 units,
    sub-group 3 - level 4 units.
    sub-group 4 - other AUR05 and other TP units
     
    Students are required to complete a minimum of 16 units from this group.
    Students may select a maximum of 14 level 2 units from sub-group 1, up to
    16 level 3 units from sub-group 2, no more than 2 level 4 units from
    sub-group 3 and no more than 6 units from subgroup 4.
     
    GROUP 4
    Additional mandatory modules have been added that are required by the
    Board of Studies Industry Curriculum Framework for  All school based
    apprentices and trainees, who MUST complete this group ALONG with the
    other mandatory units of competency specified in, Board of Studies Stage 6
    Framework Part A (2007) Table 3 p19. The units of competency count towards
    achievement of an AQF qualification. For further detail on the mandatory
    units that MUST be studied refer SECTION 6.1 - Delivery.
     
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    LEARNER SUPPORT
     
    Learners requiring support to meet their learning goals will need to
    co-enrol in the learner support course (9999)
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    Course Elective Completion:
    At least 16 elective modules/units must be completed. These may be chosen from group 3

    Group 1 CORE COMPETENCY UNITS


    All module/units must be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURC270103A     Apply safe working practices     12     
    AURT271781A     Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive mechanical industry     4     
    AURT366108A     Carry out diagnostic procedures     12     

    Group 2 COMPULSORY UNITS


    All module/units must be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURE218676A     Test, service and charge batteries     12     
    AURE218708A     Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits     24     
    AURE320666A     Repair ignition systems     40     
    AURE321171A     Service and repair electronic spark ignition engine management systems     48     
    AURT202166A     Repair cooling systems     24     
    AURT217665A     Remove, fit and inspect wheel assemblies     16     
    AURT303166B     Repair petrol fuel systems     28     
    AURT304666A     Repair and replace emission control systems     20     
    AURT306170A     Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and associated operating system components     24     
    AURT310166A     Repair hydraulic braking systems     24     
    AURTL301166A     Repair engines and associated engine components (light vehicle)     60     
    AURTL306666A     Repair transmissions manual (light vehicle)     28     
    AURTL312666A     Repair final drive assemblies (light vehicle)     24     
    AURTL313166A     Repair final drive - driveline (light vehicle)     20     
    AURTM315166A     Repair steering systems (motorcycle)     24     
    AURTM316166A     Repair suspension systems (motorcycle)     24     
    AURV328166A     Repair and align motor cycle frames     8     

    Group 3 ELECTIVE COMPETENCIES

    1 subgroup must be completed

    At least 16 module/units must be completed

    Subgroup 1 LEVEL 2 UNITS

    No more than 14 module/units may be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURC252103A     Apply basic automotive troubleshooting processes     8     
    AURC270789A     Communicate effectively in the workplace     16     
    AURE218664A     Remove and replace electrical/electronic units/assemblies     30     
    AURE218670A     Service, maintain or replace batteries     4     
    AURE219331A     Install, test and repair low voltage wiring/lighting systems     40     
    AURE219531A     Install ancillary electrical components     40     
    AURE220140A     Manufacture and repair wiring harness/looms     24     
    AURE224008A     Carry out soldering of electrical wiring/circuits     20     
    AURT200108A     Carry out servicing operations     12     
    AURT200368A     Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives     20     
    AURT201164A     Remove and install engine assemblies     16     
    AURT201170A     Inspect and service engines     36     
    AURT202170A     Inspect and service cooling systems     16     
    AURT203170B     Service petrol fuel systems     20     
    AURT204670A     Inspect and service emission control systems     12     
    AURT205123A     Fabricate exhaust systems/components     48     
    AURT205166A     Repair exhaust system/components     8     
    AURT206670A     Inspect and service transmissions (manual)     20     
    AURT207170A     Inspect and service transmissions (automatic)     20     
    AURT210170A     Inspect and service braking systems     20     
    AURT212670A     Service final drive assemblies     16     
    AURT213165A     Remove and refit driveline components     16     
    AURT213170A     Service final drive (driveline)     16     
    AURT215170A     Inspect and service steering systems     20     
    AURT216170A     Inspect and service suspension systems     20     
    AURT217606A     Balance wheels and tyres     8     
    AURT217766A     Remove, inspect, repair and fit tyres and tubes (light)     16     
    AURT217865A     Remove and refit wheel hubs and associated brake components     16     
    AURT225667A     Use and maintain measuring equipment     20     
    AURT270278A     Use and maintain workplace tooling and equipment     30     
    AURV223608A     Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal heating procedures    8     
    AURV223808A     Carry out soft soldering techniques     4     
    AURV281308A     Carry out gas metal arc (MIG) welding procedures     16     

    Subgroup 2 LEVEL 3 UNITS

    No more than 16 module/units may be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURE318866A     Repair electrical systems     60     
    AURE318966A     Repair instruments and warning systems     44     
    AURE319166A     Repair charging systems     32     
    AURE319266A     Repair starting systems     40     
    AURE321066A     Repair electronic systems     80     
    AURE321471A     Service and repair electronically controlled anti-lock braking systems     24     
    AURT301357A     Rebuild engine components     40     
    AURT301383A     Dismantle, assemble and repair engine block and sub-assemblies     60     
    AURT301483A     Recondition cylinder heads     40     
    AURT305671A     Inspect and repair engine forced induction systems     12     
    AURT310104A     Assemble and fit braking systems/components     24     
    AURT316316A     Determine compliance of steering and suspension modifications     8     
    AURT318054A     Provide advice on the effects of wheel and tyre combinations     8     
    AURT334608A     Carry out blueprinting of engine components     32     
    AURT334708A     Carry out reboring and honing of cylinders     20     
    AURT366308A     Carry out advanced diagnostic procedures     8     
    AURTL307166A     Repair automatic transmissions (light vehicle)     24     
    AURTL317108A     Carry out wheel alignment operations     24     

    Subgroup 3 LEVEL 4 UNITS

    No more than 2 module/units may be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURT401145A     Overhaul engines and associated engine components     60     
    AURT403145B     Overhaul petrol fuel system components     24     
    AURT406645A     Overhaul transmissions (manual)     24     
    AURT407145A     Overhaul transmissions (automatic)     56     
    AURT410145AA     Overhaul braking system components (light)     16     
    AURT412645A     Overhaul final drive assemblies     24     
    AURT415145A     Overhaul steering system components     24     

    Subgroup 4 OTHER AUR05 AND OTHER TP UNITS

    No more than 6 module/units may be completed

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    AURV231649A     Prepare vehicle/component/equipment for customer use     24     

    Group 4 ENRICHMENT

    You may choose modules/units from this group but they do not count towards course completion

    Modules/Units    Name    Hrs
    17661A     Automotive work placement     70     
    17661B     Automotive industry induction     15     
    17661C     Automotive systems and components     25

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