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Course Number: AUM20213-01V01
If you are a practical, hands-on trainee, looking to enter into an apprenticeship, our Certificate II in Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer provides the perfect pathway. Facilitated by qualified teachers with direct industry connections, this course is delivered in the workplace, with some face-to-face training at a North Coast TAFE campus. You will gain skills in bus, truck and trailer manufacture which include welding, metal fabrication, drawing interpretation and assembly of components. This is an industry-recognised traineeship, with units being credited into a future apprenticeship in this trade.The course is a workplace traineeship of 12 to 18 months’ duration and can be used to seek entry into an apprenticeship course, Certificate III in Automotive manufacturing – Bus, Truck and Trailer.As this Certificate is a traineeship, applicants are required to undertake mandatory work placement by being signed up by an employer for bus, truck, or trailer manufacture. Students will be assessed through practical and theoretical examination.
Offered on 1 campus
Must be working in the industry
Working in bus, truck and trailer manufacturing
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