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Qualification details

MSA20510 - Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair (Release 5)

Summary

Usage recommendation:
Superseded
Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
Is superseded by and equivalent to MSM21015 - Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and RepairSupersedes and is equivalent to MSA20510 Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair. 14/Dec/2015

Release Status:
Current
Releases:
ReleaseRelease date
5 (this release) 11/Feb/2014
(View details for release 4) 05/Apr/2013
(View details for release 3) 08/May/2012
(View details for release 2) 14/Nov/2011
(View details for release 1) 07/Apr/2011

Units of competency

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MEM18038B - Maintain wheels and tyresMaintain wheels and tyresN/A
MSAPMOPS101A - Make measurementsMake measurementsN/A
AURVTT3015 - Fabricate canvas productsFabricate canvas productsN/A
AURETR2010 - Fabricate, test and repair wiring harnesses and loomsFabricate, test and repair wiring harnesses and loomsN/A
MSAPMOHS220A - Provide initial First Aid responseProvide initial First Aid responseN/A
TLID2010A - Operate a forkliftOperate a forkliftN/A
MSAPMSUP101A - Clean workplace or equipmentClean workplace or equipmentN/A
MEM18002B - Use power tools/hand held operationsUse power tools/hand held operationsN/A
AURTTA3017 - Carry out vehicle safety and roadworthy inspectionsCarry out vehicle safety and roadworthy inspectionsN/A
MSAPMSUP106A - Work in a teamWork in a teamN/A
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 899411 Motor Vehicle Parts And Accessories Fitter (General) 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 7991-11 Motor Vehicle Parts And Accessories Fitter 
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 Other Vehicles 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Recreational Vehicle Serviceperson 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 899411 Motor Vehicle Parts And Accessories Fitter (General) 12/Apr/2012 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 7991-11 Motor Vehicle Parts And Accessories Fitter 12/Apr/2012 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0305 Automotive Engineering And Technology 12/Apr/2012 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 521 Certificate II 07/Apr/2011 
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Modification History

Release 5 - Imported elective unit updated to current release.

Release 4 - AU imported units updated. Prerequisites replaced by an asterisk. Equivalent.

Release 3 - MSACM units replaced by MSS units from MSSv2 Sustainability Training Package. Imported unit codes updated.

Release 2 - Group B elective units corrected due to a transfer error.

Description

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform the wide range of service and repair tasks performed on recreational vehicles.

Job roles /employment outcomes 

The Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair has been developed as an entry level qualification for use in MSA07 Manufacturing Training Package. This qualification has been developed in response to an industry request. People with this qualification would be expected to work under supervision servicing and repairing recreational vehicles, including:

  • motor homes
  • caravans
  • camper trailers
  • slide-ons
  • fifth wheelers

to meet Australian requirements, such as road worthiness and the Australian Design Rule (ADR).

They may work in a service and repair facility or a manufacturer's factory undertaking warranty work. Work may be for an insurance claim, modifying an existing recreational vehicle or undertaking routine servicing.

Application 

The sector typically services and repairs any recreational vehicle as required. This may apply to the recreational vehicle body, fittings and running gear. It may be in response to a road (or other) accident, hail damage, vehicle modification or routine servicing. They may also specify and access outside specialist services, for example, for spray painting or licence requirements.

Recreational vehicles may be made from a frame (timber, aluminium or steel) and skin (aluminium or fibre composite) or a manufactured wall panel or some other technology. They are typically mounted on a steel chassis. Fittings are typically timber/particle board but may be any other suitable material.

People with this qualification may be expected to:

  • carry out insurance repair
  • carry out other repairs
  • work under warranty
  • undertake modifications/refits to the recreational vehicle
  • undertake routine servicing
  • prepare a recreational vehicle for sale/resale.

This work will generally be undertaken in a workshop environment.

Training programs for this qualification are suitable to be undertaken as part of a formal training contract with an employer under an Australian Traineeship or Apprenticeship arrangement.

Pathways into the qualification 

This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.

The units of competency contained within this qualification are common with other qualifications and credit should be granted towards this qualification where competency has already been achieved.

Credit should also be granted towards this qualification where competency has been achieved in units of competency contained within relevant skill sets.

The units of competency in this qualification reflect competencies which are practiced within the industry and recognition of prior learning (RPL) should be granted where there is sufficient evidence of competency from work-based experience.

Pathways from the qualification 

Further qualification pathways from this qualification include MSA30510 Certificate III in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair.

Additional qualification advice 

MSA21108 Certificate II in Competitive Manufacturing and MSA30107 Certificate III in Process Manufacturing are available for team leaders or others who need a more generalist qualification covering the application of good manufacturing practice and lean principles.

Licensing considerations 

Units of competency in this qualification provide the underpinning knowledge and skills for various required licenses. Local regulations should be checked for details.

Pathways Information

Not applicable.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Not applicable.

Entry Requirements

Not applicable.

Employability Skills Summary

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS QUALIFICATION SUMMARY 

Employability Skill 

Industry /enterprise requirements for this qualification 

Communication

  • Accessing and interpreting standardised documentation
  • Completing all reporting as required
  • Asking questions to increase understanding about workplace procedures
  • Reading and interpreting instructions
  • Responding to information
  • Accessing and using communication tools and equipment
  • Applying numeracy skills to work procedures

Teamwork

  • Working effectively with others
  • Sharing information with peers
  • Understanding role of individual within team process
  • Seeking assistance with work operations as required

Problem solving

  • Recognising common problems and reporting inconsistencies
  • Monitoring the job and making improvements
  • Responding to routine problems
  • Recommending improvements

Initiative and enterprise

  • Taking correct action and following procedures
  • Recommending changes and improvements
  • Taking action to make improvements
  • Adopting changes in accordance with procedures

Planning and organising

  • Planning own work
  • Organising processes, tools and materials
  • Monitoring own work outcomes
  • Organising and planning activities
  • Collecting and organising information for work activity

Self-management

  • Conducting all activities according to safety standards
  • Maintaining housekeeping standards
  • Achieving planned outcomes within time constraints
  • Monitoring own work performance
  • Assessing own work
  • Seeking assistance where appropriate

Learning

  • Asking questions to aid learning
  • Identifying own skill requirements
  • Asking questions to ensure understanding of own work requirements

Technology

  • Using equipment and/or information technology
  • Identifying equipment appropriate for job
  • Using simple measuring devices
  • Collecting and applying data and information from technology

Packaging Rules

Packaging Rules 

To be awarded the Certificate II in Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair competency must be achieved in fourteen  (14 ) units of competency:

  • three  (3 ) core units of competency
  • eleven  (11 ) elective units of competency, as specified below:

  • a minimum of seven  (7 ) units of competency must be selected from Group A
  • the balance of units, to a maximum of four  (4 ), may be selected from:
  • units of competency not previously selected from Group A
  • Group B units of competency listed.

Note : Up to four  (4 ) elective units of competency may be selected from this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, as specified in Groups A and B.

Note : Where prerequisite units are identified, they must be counted in the total number of units required for completion of the qualification.

Core units of competency 

Unit code 

Unit title 

Prerequisites 

MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

MSAPMOHS200A

Work safely

MSAPMSUP102A

Communicate in the workplace

Elective units of competency 

Group A 

Unit code 

Unit title 

Prerequisites 

AUMGTT001

Apply trim to vehicle components

AURETR2015

Inspect and service batteries

AURETR2012

Test and repair basic electrical circuits

AURETR2010

Fabricate, test and repair wiring harnesses and looms

AURETB3001

Repair electric braking systems

AURTTB2001

Inspect and service braking systems

AURTTD2004

Inspect and service suspension systems

AURTTJ2002

Remove and refit wheel hubs and associated brake components

AURTTA3017

Carry out vehicle safety and roadworthy inspection

AURVTN2005

Remove and fit protector mouldings, transfers and decals

AURVTP2007

Apply paint touch-up techniques

AURVTS3004

Repair fibreglass and composite material components

AURTTY3001

Repair chassis, frame and associated components

AURVTT3015

Fabricate canvas products

AURVTT3016

Fabricate frame structures

AURVTT3019

Fabricate and install canopies and curtains

AURVTG3011

Install side windows

MEM05005B

Carry out mechanical cutting

*

MEM05012C

Perform routine manual metal arc welding

MEM05050B

Perform routine gas metal arc welding

MEM10002B

Terminate and connect electrical wiring

*

MEM12002B

Perform electrical/electronic measurement

MEM12023A

Perform engineering measurements

MEM18001C

Use hand tools

MEM18002B

Use power tools/hand held operations

MEM18038B

Maintain wheels and tyres

*

MEM18045B

Fault find/repair electrical equipment/components up to 250 volts single phase supply

*

MSAPMOPS101A

Make measurements

MSARVS202A

Repair/service LP gas systems in a recreational vehicle

Up to two  (2 ) relevant elective units of competency may be selected from this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where they are available for inclusion at Certificate II.

Group B 

Unit code 

Unit title 

Prerequisites 

MEM09002B

Interpret technical drawing

MEM11011B

Undertake manual handling

MEM14004A

Plan to undertake a routine task

MEM15024A

Apply quality procedures

MSS402021A

Apply Just in Time procedures

MSS402040A

Apply 5S procedures

MSS402080A

Undertake root cause analysis

MSAPMOHS220A

Provide initial first aid response

MSAPMOPS212A

Use enterprise computers or data systems

MSAPMSUP100A

Apply workplace procedures

MSAPMSUP101A

Clean workplace or equipment

MSAPMSUP106A

Work in a team

MSAPMSUP280A

Manage conflict at work

MSAPMSUP291A

Participate in continuous improvement

MSARVS301A

Develop and update caravan industry knowledge

MSARVG201A

Tow a recreational vehicle safely

MSARVT201A

Apply technical knowledge of recreational vehicle manufacturing to work activities

SIRXSLS002A

Advise on products and services

TLID2010A

Operate a forklift

UEGNSG604B

Fill gas cylinders

Up to two (2) relevant elective units of competency may be selected from this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where they are available for inclusion at Certificate II.