AUR40216 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis
This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform advanced diagnostic operations in the automotive retail, service and repair environment.
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Training and assessments are conducted in English. Applicants must possess sound written and oral English skills. You will be required to complete a Pre-training and Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment.
Those undertaking AUR40212 – Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis are required to have completed an automotive mechanical Certificate III qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent.
- Domestic: 35 weeks (may vary depending on the cohort and industry requirements)
- International: 35 weeks (All the course for International students are run over 2.5 days for a minimum of 20 hours per week)
- 20 hours per week (fulltime delivery).
- You will be expected to put in 5 to 6 hours per week of self-based learning when you enrol in a fulltime course.
- The duration of the course may vary based on the mode of delivery i.e. classroom based, apprenticeship, workbased, fulltime or partime, etc.
** Please note: duration in weeks may vary dependent upon the amount of contact days per week.
Pathways into the qualification
Those undertaking Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis are required to have completed an automotive mechanical Certificate III qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency.
Pathways from the qualification
Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR50112 Diploma of Automotive Management, AUR50212 Diploma in Automotive Technology or other relevant qualifications.
Employment or occupational pathway
The Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis provides advanced training for automotive technicians who want to further develop their diagnostic and technical skills. Job roles related to this qualification include:
- Automotive lead or master technician
- Automotive technical adviser
ETEA uses a range of assessment methods which may include:
- Written assessment (open book)
- Case study
- Observation (simulated workshop)
You can apply for recognition of prior learning, academic credit and work experience towards this qualification. During the course of your life you will develop a wide range of skills and knowledge. Through work, volunteer roles, family commitments and various tasks undertaken in everyday life, you are building up a bank of knowledge. The evidence of these skills and knowledge accumulated can be used to help you gain a qualification.
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Please note: dates are subject to change due to holidays and availability.
If dates provided do not suit, please contact us at 13 13 89 or +61 3 9450 0500 via phone, or through our contact page, as we will accommodate dates to suit students needs.
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|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|AURTTA021||Diagnose complex systems faults|
|AURAEA004||Manage environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace|
|AURETR032||Diagnose and repair automotive electrical systems|
|AURETR037||Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle safety systems|
|AURLTB004||Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle braking systems|
|AURLTD009||Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle steering suspension systems|
|AURLTE004||Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle petrol engines|
|AURLTX004||Diagnose complex faults in light vehicle automatic transmission and driveline systems|
|AURTTA025||Diagnose complex faults in vehicle integrated stability control systems|
|AURTTR001||Diagnose complex faults in engine management systems|
** Please note: electives may vary by state and are subject to change to meet client and industry requirements.