Classes of motor vehicle repair work

Under the Motor Vehicle Repairers Act, motor vehicle repair businesses are required to hold a business licence but they are no longer required to hold separate or additional licenses for each and every class of motor vehicle repairs.

A repair business must ensure repair work is only carried out by a person who holds a certificate for the specific class of repair work, or where a person does not possess a certificate, their work is supervised by a person who holds a certificate for that class of repair work.

There are 29 classes of repair work for which a repairer's certificate can be granted.   

The following information outlines the classes of repair work for which a person can be certified under the Motor Vehicle Repairers Act and Regulations.

As a guide, we have included (under the class of repair work) the current Australian Automotive Retail, Services and Repair Training Package (AUR) qualification you could use to obtain certification (ie. AUR99, AUR05, AUR12 or AUR equivalent).

You only need to apply for the classes you are directly involved with. For example, to do repairs to a motor vehicle, a mechanic may need to remove a body panel or a seat, but not repair it. This does not mean they need to apply for the classes of Panel Beating Work and Trimming Work, only Light Vehicle Work. Generally, you will qualify to do what you were taught during your training or apprenticeship.

1. Air conditioning work (ACW)

Definition: means any work required to install, service, repair, overhaul, remove or retrofit an air conditioning system in a heavy vehicle or light vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR20799

Certificate II in Automotive
(Mechanical — Air Conditioning)

AUR05

 

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Air Conditioning

AUR12

AUR20212

Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

AUR

AUR20218

Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

 

AND

A person must hold an automotive air conditioning licence granted under Subdivision 6A.2.2 of the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995 of the Commonwealth.

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with class EAF.

2. Body building work (BBW)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

  • to fabricate or modify a body of a motor vehicle to fit the vehicle's chassis;
  • to fit the chassis of a motor vehicle with a fabricated or modified body;

but does not include any of the following:

  • realigning the chassis of a motor vehicle;
  • realigning, repairing, preparing for painting or painting a panel, frame or other component of the body of a motor vehicle;
  • installing or removing any glass in the body of a motor vehicle,

other than installing or removing any moveable glass, if required.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31599

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Building)

AUR05

AUR30805

Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body
Specialisation: Body Building

AUR12

AUR32112

Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology

AUR

AUR32116

Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes EAF and MAF.

3. Brake work (BRW)

Definition: means any work required to service, repair, overhaul or modify a braking system that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30399

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Brakes)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Brakes

AUR05

AUR30611

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Brakes

AUR12

AUR32512

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

AUR

AUR32516

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

4. Cooling system work (CSW)

Definition: means any work required to service, repair, overhaul or modify a cooling system that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21299

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Radiator Repairs)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Cooling System

AUR12

AUR21412

Certificate II in Automotive Cooling System Technology

AUR

AUR21416

Certificate II in Automotive Cooling System Technology

 

5. Cylinder head reconditioning work (CHR)

Definition: means any work required to overhaul a cylinder head of an engine that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR20899

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Cylinder Head Reconditioning)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Cylinder Head Reconditioning

AUR12

AUR21512

Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning

AUR

AUR21516

Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning

 

6. Diesel fitting work (DFW)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

  1. to service, repair, overhaul or modify any of the following that is, was, or may be, fitted to a heavy vehicle or light vehicle -
    • a diesel fuel system;
    • a diesel engine;
  2. to service, repair, overhaul or modify any of the following that is, was, or may be, fitted to a heavy vehicle or light vehicle propelled by a diesel engine -
    • an air induction system;
    • an ignition system;
    • an engine management system;
    • a cooling system;
    • a hydraulic system;
  3. to do any of the following in respect of a heavy vehicle or light vehicle propelled by a diesel engine -
    • to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system;
    • to repair or replace a rim, tyre or tube;
    • to balance a wheel.

Requirement:

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30499

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Diesel Fitter)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Diesel Fitting

AUR05

AUR30611

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Diesel Fitting

AUR12

AUR31412

Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Fuel Technology

AUR

AUR31416

Certificate II in Automotive Diesel Fuel Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes CHR, CSW, ERW, HVS, LVS, MAF and MCS.

7. Diesel fuel and engine work (DFE)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

  1. to service, repair, overhaul or modify a diesel fuel system that is, was, or may be, fitted to a heavy vehicle or light vehicle;
  2. to service or repair a diesel engine that is, was, or may be, fitted to a heavy vehicle or light vehicle;
  3. to service or repair any of the following that is, was, or may be, fitted to a heavy vehicle or light vehicle propelled by a diesel engine -
    • an air induction system;
    • an ignition system;
    • an engine management system.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30599

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Diesel Fuel Specialist)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Diesel Fuel

AUR05

AUR30611

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Diesel Fuel

AUR12

AUR31512

Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology

AUR

AUR31516

Certificate III in Automotive Diesel Engine Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes HVS, LVS, MAF and MCS.

8. Driveline servicing and repairing work (DSR)

Definition: means any work required to service or repair a driveline that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR20999

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Driveline)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Transmission

AUR12

AUR21612

Certificate II in Automotive Driveline System Technology

AUR

AUR21616

Certificate II in Automotive Driveline System Technology

 

9. Driveline work (DRW)

Definition: means any work required to service, repair, overhaul or modify a driveline that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30699

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Driveline)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Driveline

AUR05

AUR30611

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Driveline

AUR12

AUR31612

Certificate III in Automotive Driveline Technology

AUR

AUR31616

Certificate III in Automotive Driveline Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes DSR, HVS, LVS, MCS, SSW and TRW

10. Electrical accessory fitting work (EAF)

Definition: means any work required to install or remove an electrical accessory to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR20699

Certificate II in Automotive (Electrical — Accessory Fitting)

AUR05

AUR20405

Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR05

AUR20408

Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR12

AUR20412

Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR

AUR20416

Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology

 

11. Electrical work (ELW)

Definition: means any work required to install, service, repair, overhaul or remove any of the following in a motor vehicle:

  1. any electrical equipment or system (including any electrical accessory and any electrical component associated with any other prescribed accessory);
  2. any electrical part of any other thing or system.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30199

Certificate III in Automotive (Electrical)

AUR05

AUR30305

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR05

AUR30308

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR12

AUR30312

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR

AUR30316

Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with class EAF, HVS, LVS and MCS.

12. Engine reconditioning work (ERW)

Definition: means any work required to overhaul an engine (including a cylinder head of an engine) that is, was, or may be, fitted to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30799

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Engine Reconditioning)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Engine Reconditioning

AUR12

AUR31312

Certificate III in Automotive Engine Reconditioning

AUR12

AUR31512

Certificate III in Automotive Engine Reconditioning

AUR

AUR31316

Certificate III in Automotive Engine Reconditioning

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes CHR and DFW.

13. Exhaust system work (ESW)

Definition: means any work required to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system in a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21099

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Exhaust Fitting & Repair)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Exhaust Fitting

AUR12

AUR21712

Certificate II in Automotive Exhaust System Technology

AUR

AUR21716

Certificate II in Automotive Exhaust System Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

14. Glazing work (GLW)

Definition: means any work required to install, repair or remove a windscreen or other glass in the body of a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR22799

Certificate II in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Glazing))

AUR05

AUR20905

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Body
Specialisation: Vehicle Glazing

AUR12

AUR20912

Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology

AUR

AUR32216

Certificate III in Automotive Glazing Technology

 

15. Heavy vehicle servicing work (HVS) (gross vehicle mass of more than 8000 kg)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

a. in respect of a heavy vehicle to which paragraph (b) does not apply, to carry out minor electrical servicing or to service any of the following -

  • the fuel system;
  • the air induction system;
  • the engine;
  • the ignition system;
  • the engine management system;
  • the cooling system;
  • the driveline;
  • any electronic drive management system;
  • the braking system;
  • the steering system;
  • the suspension system;
  • a wheel assembly;
  • any hydraulic system;

b. in respect of a heavy vehicle during an emergency break down -

  • to diagnose the cause of the breakdown;
  • to carry out emergency servicing or repair on a thing diagnosed as the cause or possible cause of the breakdown.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21799

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Vehicle Servicing)

AUR05

AUR20505

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Servicing
Specialisation: Heavy Vehicle

AUR12

AUR20512

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR20516

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes LVS and MCS.

16. Heavy vehicle work (HVW) (gross vehicle mass of more than 8000 kg)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following in respect of a heavy vehicle:

  1. to service, repair, overhaul or modify any of the following -
    • the fuel system;
    • the air induction system;
    • the engine;
    • the ignition system;
    • the engine management system;
    • the cooling system;
    • the driveline;
    • any electronic drive management system;
    • the braking system;
    • the steering system;
    • the suspension system;
  2. to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system;
  3. to service, repair or replace a wheel assembly;
  4. to balance a wheel or align the wheels;
  5. to service or repair any hydraulic system;
  6. to carry out minor electrical servicing or minor electrical repair;
  7. to install or remove a prescribed accessory.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30899

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Heavy Vehicle Road Transport)

AUR05

AUR30405

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology
Specialisation: Heavy Vehicle Road Transport

AUR12

AUR31112

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR

AUR31114

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR

AUR31116

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes BRW, CHR, CSW, DFE, DSR, DRW, EAF, ESW, HVS, LVS, LVW, MAF, MCS, MCW, SSW, TRW, TFH, TFL and UNW.

17. Light vehicle servicing work (LVS) (gross vehicle mass of less than 8000 kg)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

a. in respect of a light vehicle to which paragraph (b) does not apply, to carry out minor electrical servicing or to service any of the following -

  • the fuel system;
  • the air induction system;
  • the engine;
  • the ignition system; 
  • the engine management system;  
  • the cooling system;
  • the driveline;
  • any electronic drive management system;
  • the braking system;
  • the steering system;
  • the suspension system;
  • a wheel assembly;
  • any hydraulic system; 

b. in respect of a light vehicle during an emergency break down -

  • to diagnose the cause of the breakdown;
  • to carry out emergency servicing or repair on a thing diagnosed as the cause or possible cause of the breakdown.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21799

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Vehicle Servicing)

AUR05

AUR20505

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Servicing
Specialisation: Light Vehicle

AUR12

AUR20512

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR20516

Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes HVS and MCS.

18. Light vehicle work (LVW) (gross vehicle mass of less than 8000 kg)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following in respect of a light vehicle:

  1. to service, repair, overhaul or modify any of the following -
    • the fuel system;
    • the air induction system;
    • the engine;
    • the ignition system;
    • the engine management system;
    • the cooling system;
    • the driveline;
    • any electronic drive management system;
    • the braking system;
    • the steering system;
    • the suspension system;
  2. to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system;
  3. to service, repair or replace a wheel assembly;
  4. to balance a wheel or align the wheels;
  5. to service or repair any hydraulic system;
  6. to carry out minor electrical servicing or minor electrical repair;
  7. to install or remove a prescribed accessory.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31099

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Light Vehicle)

AUR05

AUR30405

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology
Specialisation: Light Vehicle

AUR12

AUR30612

Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR

AUR30616

Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

Associated classes:  Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes BRW, CHR, CSW, DFE, DSR, DRW, EAF, ESW, HVS, LVS, MAF, MCS, MCW, SSW, TRW, TFL and UNW. 

19. Mechanical accessory fitting work (MAF)

Definition: means any work required to install or remove a mechanical accessory to a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR22499

Certificate II in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Accessory  Fitting “Mechanical”)

AUR05

AUR20205

Certificate II in Automotive Aftermarket Manufacturing Specialisation: Accessory Fitting

 

20. Motor cycle servicing work (MCS)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

a. in respect of a motor cycle to which paragraph (b) does not apply, to carry out minor electrical servicing or to service any of the following -

  • i. the fuel system;
  • ii. the air induction system;
  • iii. the engine;
  • iv. the ignition system;
  • v. the engine management system;
  • vi. any cooling system;
  • vii. the driveline;
  • viii. any electronic drive management system;
  • ix. the braking system;
  • x. the steering system;
  • xi. the suspension system;
  • xii. a wheel assembly;

b. in respect of a motor cycle during an emergency break down -

  • i. to diagnose the cause of the breakdown;
  • ii. to carry out emergency servicing or repair on a thing diagnosed as the cause or possible cause of the breakdown.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21799

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Vehicle Servicing)

AUR05

AUR20505

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Servicing
Specialisation: Motorcycle

AUR12

AUR20512

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR20516

Certificate II in Automotive Vehicle Servicing Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes HVS and LVS.

21. Motor cycle work (MCW)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following in respect of a motor cycle:

  1. to service, repair, overhaul or modify any of the following -
    • the fuel system;
    • the air induction system;
    • the engine;
    • the ignition system;
    • the engine management system;
    • any cooling system;
    • the driveline;
    • any electronic drive management system;
    • the braking system;
    • the steering system;
    • the suspension system;
  2. to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system;
  3. to service, repair or replace a wheel assembly;
  4. to balance a wheel or align the wheels;
  5. to carry out minor electrical servicing or minor electrical repair;
  6. to install or remove a prescribed accessory;
  7. to realign the chassis.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31199

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Motor Cycle)

AUR05

AUR30405

Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology
Specialisation: Motorcycle

AUR12

AUR30812

Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology

AUR

AUR30816

Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes CHR, CSW, DSR, DRW, EAF, ESW, HVS, LVS, MAF, MCS and TRW.

22. Painting work (PAW)

Definition:

  1. means any work required to prepare for painting or to paint a panel, frame or other component of the body of a motor vehicle, otherwise than in the course of manufacturing the vehicle; but
  2. does not include any of the following:
  • ​​realigning the chassis of a motor vehicle;
  • realigning or repairing a panel, frame or other component of the body of a motor vehicle;
  • installing or removing any glass in the body of a motor vehicle, other than installing or removing any moveable glass, if required.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31899

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Vehicle Painting)

AUR05

AUR30805

Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body
Specialisation: Vehicle Painting

AUR12

AUR32412

Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology

AUR

AUR32416

Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology

 

23. Panel beating work (PBW)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following:

  • to realign the chassis of a motor vehicle;
  • to realign or repair a panel, frame or other component of the body of a motor vehicle;

but does not include installing, repairing or removing any glass (other than installing or removing any moveable glass) in the body of a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31699

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Panel Beating)

AUR05

AUR30805

Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body
Specialisation: Panel Beating

AUR12

AUR32112

Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology

AUR

AUR32116

Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes EAF and MAF.

24. Steering, suspension and wheel aligning work (SSW)

Definition: means any work required to service or repair the steering system or suspension system in respect off a motor vehicle or to balance a wheel or align the wheels:

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21399

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Steering and Suspension)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Steering and Suspension

AUR12

AUR21812

Certificate II in Automotive Steering and Suspension System Technology

AUR

AUR21816

Certificate II in Automotive Steering and Suspension System Technology

AUR

AUR32518

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

25. Transmission work (TRW)

Definition: means any work required to service, repair, overhaul or modify a transmission, a final drive assembly, or an electronic drive management system:

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR30299

Certificate III in Automotive (Mechanical — Automatic Transmission)

AUR05

AUR30605

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Transmission

AUR05

AUR30611

Certificate III in Automotive Specialist
Specialisation: Transmission

AUR12

AUR31612

Certificate III in Automotive Drivetrain Technology

AUR

AUR31616

Certificate III in Automotive Drivetrain Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with classes DSR and DRW. 

26. Trimming work (TRI)

Definition: means any work required to fabricate, repair or replace a seat or any interior lining or floor covering in a motor vehicle.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR31799

Certificate III in Automotive (Vehicle Body — Trimming)

AUR05

AUR30805

Certificate III in Automotive Vehicle Body
Specialisation: Vehicle Trimming

AUR12

AUR32312

Certificate III in Automotive and Marine Trimming Technology

AUR

AUR32316

Certificate III in Automotive and Marine Trimming Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with class MAF.

27. Tyre fitting (heavy) work (TFH)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following in respect of a heavy vehicle:

a) to repair or replace a rim, tyre or tube;
b) to balance a wheel.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21499

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Tyre Fitting & Repair Heavy)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Tyre Fitting Heavy

AUR12

AUR21913

Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR21916

Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology

 

Associated classes: Also entitles the motor vehicle repairer to carry out work associated with class TFL.

28. Tyre fitting (light) work (TFL)

Definition: means any work required to do any of the following in respect of a light vehicle or motor cycle:

a) to repair or replace a rim, tyre or tube;
b) to balance a wheel.

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21599

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Tyre Fitting & Repair Light)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Tyre Fitting Light

AUR12

AUR21913

Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology

AUR

AUR21916

Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology

 

29. Underbody work (UNW)

Definition: means any work required to service or repair the braking, steering and suspension systems and to fabricate, service, repair or modify the exhaust system:

Requirement: 

Training package

Code

Title

AUR99

AUR21699

Certificate II in Automotive (Mechanical — Underbody)

AUR05

AUR20705

Certificate II in Automotive Mechanical
Specialisation: Underbody

AUR12

AUR21212

Certificate II in Automotive Underbody Technology

AUR

AUR21216

Certificate II in Automotive Underbody Technology

AUR

AUR32516

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

AUR

AUR3218

Certificate III in Automotive Underbody Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

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