Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation
ID: AUR10116 | RTO: 50901
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation provides young people at risk with an introductory qualification to pursue an Automotive/Mechanical apprenticeship, further qualifications or a job in the automotive industry.
The 6-week course teaches students practical skills relevant to an automotive workplace. These include learning how to strip and rebuild engines or disc and drum brakes, the basics of car servicing, how to splice and solder wires, how to make a working circuit and refit and balance tyres as well as car electrics.
Students undertaking this qualification have access to a transportation service to and from the centre from a designated train station, daily breakfast and lunch. Throughout the course, students are required to wear suitable clothing and closed in footwear and will be provided with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) e.g gloves safety glasses and ear protection to be worn in the workshop.
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation is delivered at the following centres:
The 6-week course full fee for this program is $736.88
The 6-week course concession fee for this program is $221.80*
This fee can be paid in full, invoiced to an agency or business or a repayment plan can be set up.
Concessions may apply or request may be considered for waiving due to financial hardship.
Conditions apply, please discuss with the WA PCYC.
*The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.
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