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Stage 5 Board Endorsed VET Course Description
Endorsed by BOSTES for cohort commencing 2017 (November 2016)

AQF VET qualification: AUR10116 Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation

Training Package: AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair (version 3)

Exclusions: Nil

Course option

89483 — Automotive

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  • This course number should always be entered as a ‘Year 10’ entry
  • This applies to students doing the course in either Year 9 or Year 10
  • The course entry needs to be made in the calendar year that the course is undertaken.

Stage 5 course requirements

This course will be credentialled as a 100-hour elective study on the Record of School Achievement (RoSA).

Students must attempt:

  • all core units of competency (totalling 85 indicative hours)
  • elective units of competency to a minimum of 15 indicative hours and to meet qualification packaging rules.

It is strongly recommended that project and work-based learning opportunities be used as a teaching and learning strategy throughout the course. These could include group project work, individual research or other activities that meet the learning needs of students. There is a range of career, enterprise and work education programs currently operating in schools that may be linked to the Automotive course.

Students must satisfy the course completion criteria as required by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA, formerly BOSTES). (Refer to the Assessment Certification Examination (ACE) website.) There must be sufficient evidence that the student has:

  • followed the course developed or endorsed by NESA
  • applied themselves with diligence and sustained effort to the set tasks and experiences provided in the course
  • achieved some or all of the course outcomes.

Course content

Core

Unit code and title Status for AQF VET qualification Indicative hours of credit

AURAEA001
Identify environmental and sustainability requirements in an automotive service or repair workplace

core

15

AURASA001
Apply automotive workplace safety fundamentals

core

10

AURETR003
Identify automotive electrical systems and components

core

20

AURLTA001
Identify automotive mechanical systems and components

core

15

AURTTK002
Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace

core

25

Total indicative hours for core units of competency: 85

Elective

Unit code and title Status for AQF VET qualification Indicative hours of credit

AURAFA001
Use numbers in an automotive workplace

elective – listed

5

AURAFA002
Read and respond to automotive workplace information

elective – listed

5

AURETK001
Identify, select and use low voltage electrical test equipment

elective – listed

10

AURJTA001
Carry out minor adjustments to motorcycles

elective – listed

5

AURJTA002
Remove and replace motorcycle components and accessories

elective – listed

10

AURPTA001
Carry out pre-repair operations to outdoor power equipment

elective – listed

5

AURPTA002
Carry out minor adjustments to outdoor power equipment

elective – listed

5

AURTTA002
Assist with automotive workplace activities

elective – listed

15

AURTTA003
Use and maintain basic measuring devices

elective – listed

15

AURTTE003
Remove and tag engine system components

elective – listed

15

AURVTN001
Remove and tag vehicle body components

elective – listed

15

AQF VET qualification

Qualification packaging rules are contained in the AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair Training Package at http://training.gov.au.

In summary, to attain AUR10116 Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation students must achieve 8 units of competency including:

  1. 5 core units of competency
  2. 3 elective units of competency:
    • up to 3 units may be chosen from the elective units listed
    • up to 2 units may be chosen from a Certificate I qualification or above in the AUR Training Package or another endorsed Training Package or accredited course.

Other information

Criteria for the endorsement of Board Endorsed VET courses (VET BECs)

The criteria for endorsement of VET BECs are outlined in the Guidelines for Stages 5 and 6  VET Board Endorsed courses.

Stage 5 VET course delivery

Information is available in the Stage 5 VET section.

Stage 5 VET courses can only be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with the relevant qualification and units of competency on their scope of registration. Scope of registration can be checked at http://training.gov.au/.

RTOs offering training programs for the delivery and assessment of the Automotive Stage 5 VET course must meet the requirements of the VET Quality Framework, the AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair Training Package and the Stage 5 course.

Information about the delivery of VET courses by RTOs other than school system RTOs or TAFE NSW is contained on the ACE website.

Non-government schools outsourcing delivery of HSC VET courses to external providers also need to refer to the Registered and Accredited Individual Non-government Schools (NSW) Manual or Registration Systems and Member Non-government Schools (NSW) Manual.

Allocation of indicative hours of credit

Units of competency drawn from Training Packages are not defined in terms of duration. The amount of time required by individual students to achieve competency will vary according to their aptitude and experience. Where a training program is designed for delivery by an RTO, the RTO will specify the length of the training program according to the delivery strategies and/or curriculum resources chosen.

However, for the purposes of the RoSA, VET courses must be described in terms of their indicative hours. For this reason, indicative hours have been assigned to each unit of competency. It is emphasised that the assignment of indicative hours does not imply that all students will fulfil all requirements of a unit of competency within these hours. RTOs may determine that additional or fewer hours are required for the achievement of particular competencies. However, this does not alter the indicative hours allocated, only the delivery hours.

Students may need to spend additional time practising skills in a work environment and completing projects and assignments, in order to fulfil Training Package assessment requirements.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and credit transfer within VET courses

Students who have current knowledge, skills or experience relevant to a VET course may be granted credit towards the course requirements.

Find out more about arrangements for RPL and credit transfer within VET courses, including processes, application form and examples of possible scenarios.

Students with special education needs

Students with special education needs may access a VET course in one of two ways:

  • by undertaking the course under regular course arrangements, or
  • by undertaking selected units of competency within the course that have been identified through the collaborative curriculum planning process.

For more information see VET courses and students with special education needs and collaborative curriculum planning advice.

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