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Use Tools & Equipment
Use Tools & Equipment

Use Tools and equipment to complete basic workshop engineering tasks.

Use Tools & Equipment
Use Tools & Equipment

Use Tools and equipment to complete basic workshop engineering tasks.

Health & Safety
Health & Safety

Follow workplace policies, procedures and relevant regulations to work safely and effectively in an automotive workshop.

Use Tools & Equipment
Use Tools & Equipment

Use Tools and equipment to complete basic workshop engineering tasks.

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Graduate Profile Outcomes

These trainees have met or exceeded the Unit Standards required to be awarded these graduate profiles.

The courses are made up of Unit Standards totaling 120 credits equivalent to 1200 hours development.

These credits are required for the New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (NZCAE) Level 3 qualification award.

These graduate profiles prepares trainees for progression into an automotive apprenticeship or employment in an allied industry.

Graduate Profile 1:

Health & Safety (100 hours)

Follow workplace policies, procedures and relevant regulations to work safely and effectively in an automotive workshop.

Graduate Profile 2:

Use Tools & Equipment (150 hours)

Use tools and equipment to complete basic workshop engineering tasks.

Graduate Profile 3:

Service Engine & Driveline Systems (300 hours)

Apply fundamental automotive engineering knowledge to service engine and driveline systems.

 

Graduate Profile 4:

Electrical & Electronic Systems (400 hours)

Check operations of and perform minor repairs on electrical and electronic systems.

Graduate Profile 5:

Steering, Suspension & Brake Systems (250 hours)

Apply fundamental automotive engineering knowledge to service steering, suspension and brakes systems.