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Engineering and Related Technologies
Automotive Engineering and Technology
Automotive Engineering and Technology not elsewhere classified
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This certificate is designed for school leavers interested in a career in the motor industry.
The qualification provides both generic and industry specific skills covering the range of work roles available in the motor industry. It demands a level of performance that will enable new recruits to the industry to be immediately productive.
The core compulsory section of the qualification covers the essential knowledge and skills required by the motor industry including work and study skills, knowledge of automotive administration, protection of vehicle electronics, knowledge of vehicle systems and components, and automotive workshop engineering skills.
The core elective section provides an opportunity for people to gain recognition for skills and knowledge in the areas of keyboarding, literacy, communication and customer service, problem solving, automotive electrical, and workshop engineering.
The elective strands cover a range of knowledge and skills particular to automotive electrical and mechanical roles and to collision repair roles in the motor industry.
This qualification prepares people for entry into further National Certificates in the motor industry. It shares some standards in common with other qualifications to provide multiple entry points for people to the industry. The Motor Industry Training Organisation (MITO) publication, Career Prospectus, gives guidance on career pathways (contact MITO, details on page 11).
Graduates of this programme will be prepared for further study in the motor industry, and graduates will have knowledge of work and study skills, automotive administration, protection of vehicle electronics, vehicle systems and automotive workshop engineering.
Further study within UCOL programmes.
Apprenticeships in automotive engineering, panel beating, coach building, motor trimming, plastic repair and chassis repair, fabrication and realignment
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry Skills) for 2015: 18, 2016: 13, and 2017: 4