With this qualification you undertake a range of simple tasks under close supervision such as induction or probationary periods for automotive retail, service and repair employment. It may also be suitable for a cadetship, or part time and casual employment positions where a full range of skills are not required.
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. However, at MECHANIST, we assess a potential leaners’ capability through our Pre-Training Review process which includes an assessment of your Language Literacy and Numeracy skills.
There are no limitations to entry based on age, gender, social or educational background. However, as the course requires physical activity, students should be aware that they will need to be physically capable of completing the course activities, such as being able to stand for long periods of time.
For specific entry requirements, participants MUST be enrolled in school and in either Years 10, 11 or 12.
This Certificate I qualification prepares and inducts students into the Automotive Industry. The qualification assists in developing the necessary skills and knowledge required to perform routine activities. It also requires participants to complete Structured Work Placement in Automotive workplaces.
You can only begin this qualification while you are still at school in either Years 10, 11 or 12.
At MECHANIST, we create Training Plans that are specific to workplaces. We blend your learning and assessment between attending workshops in our campus and structured workplace training in an automotive workplace.
This nationally recognised qualification generally takes approx. 1 school semesters (2 school terms) to complete.
On Campus delivery combined with Structured Work Placement enables you to gain a full qualification. Learners will be required to attend structured Workshop Sessions at a MECHANIST Campus, one day per week and a minimum of 4 weeks Structured Work Placement in an Automotive Mechanical workplace.