AURSS00037 - Inspect and Service Hybrid Electric Vehicle

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a broad range of tasks on a variety of light vehicles in the automotive retail, service and repair industry.

"Learn more about how to maintain, service and repair hybrid and electric vehicles."
This course require electrical knowledge
HEVs

Course descriptions:

This course targets automotive mechanical and electrical technicians who require the skills and knowledge to inspect and service hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) systems and components in an automotive workplace.
This course covers the requirements for inspecting and servicing HEVs in the automotive retail, service and repair industry

Qualifications and Recognition:

Students who complete the program will be issued a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

Entry requirements:

  • Being employed in an automotive garage (full-time or part-time) and have access to workplace observation and supervision by a supervisor.
  • Possess a Certificate III, trade qualification or higher level qualification in Automotive
  • Have at least 1 year automotive industry experience, and have current industry knowledge and skills of using automotive tools and equipment.
  • Be physically fit to fulfil the training and assessment requirements of this program.

Units of competency:

AURETH011 Depower and reinitialise hybrid electric vehicles

AURETH012 Service and maintain electrical components in hybrid electric vehicles

AURETH10 Diagnose and repair high voltage rechargeable energy storage systems in hybrid electric vehicles 

Location of training:

Training will be delivered at UTA Institute of Technology, 58 Newlands Road, Reservoir, Victoria 3073.

Study Mode and duration:

Face-to-face

A total of 65 hours will be delivered in 5 weeks

Assessment Methods:

A combination of workbook, project, practical assessment, verbal and/or written test

Intakes:

Monthly

Work placement:

There is no work placement requirement for this course

Materials and equipment that students must provide:

Students must bring their own personal protection equipment to class. Personal protection equipment must include a minimum of: steel cap shoes, safety glasses and overall or equivalent.

Costs:

Refer to the Fees and Charges Schedule 2018 at www.utait.com.au

Government funded:

There is no government funded place for this program.

Complaints and appeals process:

Refer to Complaints and Feedback section above.

UTAIT is responsible for compliance of all training and assessment activities and the issuance of AQF certification document. UTAIT has no third party arrangement in the delivery of its training and assessment activities.

The Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Course will develop your skills around hybrid technology vehicles.

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