AUR30616 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology
Have a passion for problem solving, working with tools and getting your hands dirty? You’ll love learning to become a Motor Mechanic and turning these passions into a career! You’ll service, repair and overhaul mechanical parts such as engines, transmissions and suspension systems.
- uning engines using electronic equipment
- Diagnosing, repairing and replacing engine management/fuel injection components
- Repairing/replacing faulty parts by removing assemblies such as engines, transmissions, differentials and steering gear
- Testing and repairing electrical systems such as lighting, instrumentation, ignition and fuel injection
- Reassembling, testing, cleaning and adjusting repaired or replaced parts or assemblies
- Using various instruments to make sure repaired or replaced components are in good working order
As South Australia's only dedicated automotive industry training provider, the MTA gives you the skills, training and industry access to prepare you for your automotive career.
There are two ways you can complete your qualification with the MTA:
- Become employed by us and we'll find you a host business for you to work for
- Gain an apprenticeship on your own and do your training at South Australia's most progressive automotive training facility
If you're over 21 years old, please read MTA's Adult Apprenticeship Policy prior to completing an application.
- On the job training is delivered at your Host Employer
- Off the job training is undertaken at MTA Group Training Scheme Inc's Registered Training Organisation at Royal Park
Literacy and Numeracy Assessment:
Literacy and numeracy assessment forms part of the upfront assessment of need process to ensure individuals have the minimum levels required by DIS to access the vocational course of their choice or to demonstrate an individual is below minimum levels and therefore requires access to a foundation skills course or foundation skills bridging units.
Individuals seeking access to a Certificate II or III subsidised training place or Jobs First Employment Project must demonstrate they are at Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Exit Level 2 in reading and numeracy.
Recognition of Prior Learning:
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available for this qualification. If you feel you have the necessary trade skills and knowledge to gain this qualification, or any part thereof, click here.
MTA Training & Employment Centre, 3 Frederick Road, Royal Park SA 5014
- Four years (a competency based training approach allows for possible earlier completion)
- Vehicle dealers
- Automotive repair workshops
- Fleet operators
- Engineering companies
- Government departments with vehicle maintenance workshops