This Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis will equip you with the skills and knowledge required to perform advanced diagnostic operations in the automotive retail, service and repair environment.
You will learn how to diagnose complex faults in light vehicle petrol engines, electronic spark ignition, engine management systems and braking systems as well as learning how to depower battery electric vehicles and test engines using a dynamometer.
26 Feb 2020 at 12:00AM AEST
Full time: 6 months for if you have a Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology or equivalent
(or 1.5 years, which includes the Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology)
This course will prepare you for advancement within your organisation or a pathway to higher skilled employment/training opportunities.
International students must have successfully completed the Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology or equivalent.
If you do not meet the entry requirements for this course, you may apply for the Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology with this course as a package offer.
PLEASE NOTE: Box Hill Institute only accept enrolments from international students who are 18 years of age or above at the time of course commencement.
A minimum IELTS overall score of 5.5 (Academic). A minimum TOEFL score of 530 for paper examination; 179 for computer based and 71 for internet based, or approved equivalent.
For other accepted tests, please visit the English Language Requirements page.
Further training pathways from this qualification include the Diploma of Automotive Management, the Diploma in Automotive Technology or other relevant qualifications.
International students: You may wish to apply or package this course with the Diploma of Automotive Technology at Box Hill Institute.
This course is government accredited and has national recognition
The qualification is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 4
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You will need to complete 10 units
This unit describes the performance outcomes required to analyse and evaluate faults in light vehicle steering and suspension systems in order to initiate action to sustain, vary or enhance performance. It involves identifying, evaluating, selecting, justifying and documenting the most appropriate rectification method or variation to the rectification method. The unit includes the analysis of multi-system and intermittent faults which may be caused by operating in adverse conditions.
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