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Qualification details

AUR21312 - Certificate II in Automotive Braking System Technology (Release 1)

Summary

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Supersedes AUR20705 - Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical16/Jan/2013
Is superseded by and equivalent to AUR21316 - Certificate II in Automotive Braking System Technology 13/Apr/2016

Release Status:
Current
Releases:
ReleaseRelease date
1 1 (this release) 17/Jan/2013

Training packages that include this qualification

Units of competency

CodeSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Code columnTitleSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Title columnEssentialSort Table listing Units of Competency by the Essential column
AURACA2001 - Establish relations with customersEstablish relations with customers Elective
AURAEA2002 - Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplaceApply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace Core
AURAFA2001 - Use numbers in an automotive workplaceUse numbers in an automotive workplace Elective
AURAFA2002 - Read in an automotive workplaceRead in an automotive workplace Elective
AURAFA2003 - Communicate effectively in an automotive workplaceCommunicate effectively in an automotive workplace Elective
AURASA2002 - Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplaceApply safe working practices in an automotive workplace Core
AURATA2001 - Identify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processesIdentify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processes Core
AURLTJ2003 - Remove, inspect, and refit light vehicle wheel assembliesRemove, inspect, and refit light vehicle wheel assemblies Elective
AURTTA2004 - Carry out servicing operationsCarry out servicing operations Core
AURTTA2009 - Carry out pre-repair operations (mechanical)Carry out pre-repair operations (mechanical) Elective
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 899916 Mechanic's Assistant 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 9999-15 Mechanic's Assistant 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0305 Automotive Engineering And Technology 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 521 Certificate II 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Automotive Service and Repair 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Automotive Braking Systems Serviceperson 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 899916 Mechanic's Assistant 07/Aug/2013 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 9999-15 Mechanic's Assistant 07/Aug/2013 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0305 Automotive Engineering And Technology 07/Aug/2013 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 521 Certificate II 17/Jan/2013 
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Modification History

Release 

Comment 

Release 1 

Replaces AUR20705 Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical

Description

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of tasks related to servicing and repairing of braking components and systems of cars and heavy vehicles within an automotive service and repair business. It is suitable for entry into the automotive retail, service and repair industry.

Job roles and employment outcomes 

The Certificate II in Automotive Braking System Technology is intended to prepare new employees or recognise and develop existing workers who are performing servicing and repair of braking components/systems of vehicles in an automotive service or repair business.

Job roles related to this qualification include:

  • automotive braking systems specialist.

Application 

This qualification is typically used to develop employees or recognise and develop existing workers who are performing vehicle service and repair functions in an automotive environment.

They would be expected to perform a range of mechanical operations involving known routines, methods and procedures and take some accountability for the quality of outcomes.

This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway.

Pathways Information

Pathways into the qualification 

Credit may be granted towards this qualification by those who have completed AUR10112 Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation or other relevant qualifications.

Pathways from the qualification  

Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR30612 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology, AUR32512 Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology or other relevant qualifications.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements, depending on the work context. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Entry Requirements

This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.

Employability Skills Summary

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS QUALIFICATION SUMMARY 

The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the automotive industry for this qualification. The employability skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.

Employability Skill 

Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: 

Communication 

  • Understanding and carrying out verbal instructions from supervisors and others
  • Reading, understanding and completing workplace documentation, forms and records
  • Sharing work-related information with other team members using industry terminology
  • Communicating with people from a range of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds

Teamwork 

  • Contributing positively to the work team environment
  • Working effectively with others in a socially diverse environment
  • Respecting and understanding the views of others
  • Giving, receiving and acting upon feedback
  • Identifying and describing own role and role of others

Problem solving 

  • Recognising a problem or a potential problem within a vehicle component/system servicing environment
  • Seeking information and assistance to solve problems outside own area of responsibility
  • Solving problems within own area of responsibility

Initiative and enterprise 

  • Suggesting ideas for workplace improvement to supervisors and team members
  • Positively adapting to changes in workplace procedures and making adjustments to improve own performance
  • Taking positive action to report hazards or risk situations to supervisors

Planning and organising 

  • Planning daily work tasks to work safely and manage risks according to workplace procedures
  • Prioritising activities to achieve required outcomes
  • Planning and organising appropriate equipment and materials
  • Planning ahead to anticipate problems with availability of equipment, materials and personnel to assist

Self-management 

  • Following workplace safety requirements and other policies and procedures
  • Completing known delegated tasks on time
  • Selecting and using appropriate equipment, materials, processes and procedures
  • Asking for advice and assistance when appropriate

Learning 

  • Identifying personal strengths and weaknesses
  • Acting upon feedback and accepting opportunities to learn to improve work performance
  • Asking questions to gain information and identify sources of information to expand knowledge and understanding

Technology 

  • Appropriately selecting and using tools and equipment
  • Recognising and reporting faulty equipment
  • Using information and communication technology

Packaging Rules

To be awarded this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in 12 units  of competency, consisting of:

  • 7 core units 
  • plus
  • 5 elective units,  of which:
  • up to 5  elective units may be chosen from the elective units listed below
  • up to 2  elective units may be drawn from a Certificate I qualification or above in this Training Package or another endorsed Training Package or accredited course, provided that the units chosen contribute to the vocational outcome of this qualification and do not duplicate the outcome of another unit chosen for the qualification.

Core units  

Unit code 

Unit title 

Common - Engines 

AURAEA2002

Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace

Common - Health and Safety 

AURASA2002

Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace

Common - Technical 

AURATA2001

Identify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processes

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical 

AURTTA2004

Carry out servicing operations

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical - Brakes 

AURTTB2001

Inspect and service braking systems

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical - Tools and Equipment 

AURTTK2001

Use and maintain measuring equipment in an automotive workplace

AURTTK2002

Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment

Elective units  

Unit Code 

Unit Title 

Common - Sales and Marketing  

AURACA2001

Establish relations with customers

Common - Foundation Skills 

AURAFA2001

Use numbers in an automotive workplace

AURAFA2002

Read in an automotive workplace

AURAFA2003

Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace

Mechanical - Light Vehicle - Technical - Wheels and Tyres 

AURLTJ2003

Remove, inspect, and refit light vehicle wheel assemblies

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical 

AURTTA2009

Carry out pre-repair operations (mechanical)

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical - Brakes 

AURTTB2002

Attach friction materials and radius grind

AURTTB2003

Machine brake drums and brake disc rotors

AURTTB2004

Inspect and service air braking systems

Mechanical Miscellaneous - Technical - Wheels and Tyres 

AURTTJ2002

Remove and refit wheel hubs and associated brake components

Custom Content Section

Not applicable.