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Course Number: AUR30816-01V01
Are you an apprentice in the automotive industry looking for the formal learning experience to complement your practical work based skills and experience? This course could be the perfect course for you.In the Certificate III Motor Cycle Mechanical Technology qualification you will learn how to work on all types and capacities of motor cycles.This qualification is suitable for an Australian apprenticeship pathway. Work PlacementAll students enrolled in this course must be apprenticed in the industry. Assessment and completion of the course requires access to a fully equipped workplace, under supervision. All our NC TAFE Automotive courses are classroom and blended delivery modes, including discussions, working in groups, and workplace log books. Students work with real automotive vehicles and equipment in simulated environments on campus.
Offered on 3 campuses
Students must be apprenticed to qualify for Smart & Skilled enrolment. Assessment requires access to a fully equipped workplace under supervision.As automotives is a very technical and sophisticated industry, students need a high level of literacy and numeracy, including computer skills, to successfully undertake this qualification.
Automotive motorcycle repair technician
A TAFE NSW Certificate IV or Diploma could give you up 6 to 12 months advanced standing in a university degree and some Advanced Diplomas offer even more credit.
Choosing a TAFE to University Pathway at North Coast TAFE is a great way to get practical ‘job ready’ skills and then gain entry to a university at an advanced stage.
More information can be found on our TAFE 2 uni page on our website.
Why study something again if you already have the skills and knowledge? Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is about helping you get your qualification faster and getting you to where you want to be!
Working with one of our RPL assessors we’ll review your life and work experiences as well as any previous study you may have done to confirm just what we can match up with your current course of study.
Note: Some short, licensing or compliance courses, eg Food Safety for Supervisors or First Aid are not granted RPL as demonstrated competency is required by regulatory authorities.
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