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Course Number: 10203NAT-01V01
Are you currently a licensed motor mechanic with an interest in qualifying as an examiner in an authorised safety check inspection station for light vehicles in New South Wales? Our course in RMS ASICS Examiner - Light vehicles is conducted for the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) of NSW. This qualification is designed to advance a broader range of RMS authorised skills and provide an extra qualification for those working in the automotive repair industry. The course has been designed in consultation with the NSW RMS.Upon successful completion, an examiner will be qualified to undertake safety check inspections for an authorised inspection station within a Motor Vehicle Repair Industry Authority (MVRIA) licensed workshop.Please note that to enrol in this course, students must be licensed motor mechanics, with a Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology - Light or Heavy Vehicles and must also possess an 'Approval for Training' letter issued by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Motorcycle mechanics will be limited to inspection of motorcycles only.
To enrol in this course, students must be licensed motor mechanics, with a Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology - Light or Heavy Vehicles. To enrol in this course, you must also possess an 'Approval for Training' letter issued by Roads and Maritime.In addition, students must be licensed motor mechanics, with a Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology - Light or Heavy Vehicles. To enrol in this course, you must also possess an 'Approval for Training' letter issued by Roads and Maritime
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This course is for people already working in the industry e.g. Authorised Safety Check Inspection Station for Light Vehicles.
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