Certificate 4 of Automotive Mechanical Overhauling

Certificate 4 of Automotive Mechanical Overhauling is planned to provide advanced knowledge to automotive technicians who want to develop their technical skills further.

Certificate iv in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling

Students will have the opportunity to complete the certificate through practical training and inspection. You will learn the diagnostic methods and all the ways to overhaul mechanical and technical issues.

Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling

Certificate IV of Automotive Technology Overhauling in Australia gives advanced knowledge to automotive technicians who want to extend their mechanical and technical skills and automotive over haulers. In the automotive retail and repair industry, automotive over haulers disassemble, fix, and rebuild vehicle parts per the maker's requirements.

These vehicle parts can be engines, transmissions, braking, steering, final drives, and suspension systems, and it also includes all the servicing and repairing of automobiles. As this is a higher qualification, it requires prior knowledge and understanding of this sector.

After achieving Certificate IV in automotive technology overhauling, you can perform professional procedures, practices, and methodology, carry supervision roles, and take credit for the quality of results.

Cert 4 in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling Entry Requirements

  • 18 years of age (Minimum) (exclusively international students)
  • Have significant prior industry experience
  • Completion of Year 12 or equivalent
  • An IELTS with 5.5 points overall

Cert 4 in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling Fees

A$7,000 to A$12,000. The fee range can change from time to time.

Cert iv in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling Course Duration

25-35 weeks Full time

Cert 4 in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling Intakes

January and October. Some colleges will offer February and September intakes as well.

Career Opportunities After Completing Cert 4 in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling

The skills and understanding of the automotive technology overhauling course help you to find employment titles including:

  • Automotive Lead
  • Performance Vehicle Technician
  • Mobile Plant Technician
  • Automotive Master Technician
  • Automotive Heavy Vehicle Master Technician
  • Automotive Mechanical Overhaul Technician

Pathways and Recognition of Prior Learning

  • Diploma of Automotive Technology
  • Diploma of Automotive Management

Certificate 4 in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling Units

AURTTA121 Diagnose complex system faults

The unit explains the knowledge as well as the skills needed to test defects in complicated vehicle, vessels or machinery systems to confirm the repairs needed to restore system achievement. It includes determining the existence of a complicated system defect, advancing a testing diagnostic strategy, testing the cause of the defect and reporting solutions, as well as making repairs recommendations. A complex chip integrates two or more mechanical systems, or absorbs two or more automotive, hydraulic, pneumatic, automatic or computerized sub-systems. Examples involve electronically controlled automatic transmissions, anti-lock braking systems, as well as engine over vehement systems integrating ignition, fuel, and transmission control systems.

AURETR017 Overhaul charging system alternators

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return charging system alternators to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the tasks, dismantling, and testing the transmission, conducting the overhaul procedures, assembling and evaluating the transmission, as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURETR018 Overhaul starting system motors

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return starting system motors to original manufacturer tolerances as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the task, dismantling and as well as assessing the transmission, conducting the overhaul procedures, reassembling and evaluating the transmission, as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURETU007 Overhaul air conditioning and HVAC system compressors

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to overhaul and return air conditioning and as well as HVAC system compressors to original manufacturer tolerances and as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the tasks, dismantling and assessing the compressor, conducting the overhaul procedures, reassembling and assessing the compressor, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURHTB003 Overhaul hydraulic and air over hydraulic braking system tools

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return hydraulic and air over hydraulic braking systems components to original manufacturer tolerances and as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the task, dismantling and assessing the braking systems components, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the braking systems components, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURHTD104 Conduct heavy vehicle wheel alignment operations

The unit explains the knowledge as well as the skills needed to conduct heavy vehicle wheel alignment operations. It includes recognising and determining work needs, preparing for the task, conducting pre-alignment inspection, achieving heavy vehicle wheel alignment, and as well as work area procedures and documentation.

AURLTB001 Overhaul light vehicle braking system components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return light vehicle braking systems components to original manufacturer tolerances and as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling, and assessing the braking systems components, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the components, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURLTD106 Conduct light vehicle wheel alignment operations

The unit explains the knowledge as well as the skills needed to conduct light vehicle wheel alignment operations. It includes recognising and determining work needs, preparing for the task, conducting pre-alignment inspection, achieving light vehicle wheel alignment, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURMTA007 Conduct non-destructive testing

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to achieve non-destructing assessing on vehicles components and materials. It includes preparing for non-destructive assessing, assessing components and materials to confirm component suitability and as well as serviceability, and finishing work area procedures.

AURMTE101 Test engines using a dynamometer

The unit explains the knowledge as well as the skills needed to assess engines using a dynamometer. The engines being assessed may be in a vehicle or stand alone. It includes preparing for the work, choosing the correct assess process, conducting assessing, analysing assess results, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation. It includes setting up and carrying out dynamometer evaluations on engines, and logging, analysing and reporting the evaluation data in order to maximise engine achievement.

AURPTE104 Overhaul outdoor power equipment engines

The unit explains the knowledge as well as the skills needed to return outdoor power equipment engines to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. This unit includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the engine, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the engine, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURRTE011 Overhaul two and four-stroke cycle marine outboard engines

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return marine outboard engines to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the engine, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the engine, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTD005 Overhaul steering system components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return steering system components to original manufacturer tolerances and as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the steering system components, conducting out the overhaul processes, reassembling and testing the components, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTE005 Overhaul engines

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return an engine removed from its chassis to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the engine, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the engine, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTF003 Overhaul diesel fuel injection system components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return diesel fuel injection systems components to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the diesel fuel injection systems components, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the diesel fuel injection systems components, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTF007 Overhaul carburetor fuel system components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return carburetor fuel system components to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the task, dismantling, and assessing the carburetor fuel system components, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM001 Operate and monitor computer numerical control machines

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to operate and monitor CNC machines during machining operations of engine components as part of an engine reconditioning procedure. It includes preparing for the task, operating a CNC machine, choosing the appropriate program, achieving machining to specifications and work area needs, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM002 Repair bearing tunnels and connecting rods in engines

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to repair bearing tunnels and connecting rods in engines. It includes preparing for the task, line boring and honing engine bearing tunnels, repairing connecting rods to specifications and work area needs in an engine reconditioning procedures, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM003 Apply metal to rebuild engine components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to add metal spray and hard chrome and weld materials, and achieve the needed machining to rebuild engine components. It includes preparing for the task, confirming repair needs, rebuilding engine components, bearing tunnels and connecting rods in engines, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM004 Assemble engine blocks and sub-assemblies

The unit explains the achievements outcomes needed to make a short engine block and sub-assemblies, and checking clearances and tolerances in an engine reconditioning procedures. It includes preparing for the work, choosing the correct assembly process, conducting the assembly, and achieving post-assembling assessing, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM005 Balance rotating and reciprocating engine components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to balance rotating and reciprocating engine components. It includes preparing for the work, confirming and achieving the balancing needs for the engine component in an engine reconditioning procedures, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM006 Perform advanced machining and blueprinting of engine components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to compare engine parts to original manufacturer and component supplier specifications and match them in relation to weight, size and capacity, It also includes preparing for the work, measuring and machining parts to original manufacturer and component supplier specifications, and finishing work area procedures and processes.

AURTTM007 Conduct crankshaft grinding

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to conduct grinding operations on engine integral parts to specific under sizes. It includes preparing for the task, confirming integral parts damage and needed repairs, preparing and using grinding machines to grind integral parts to specification, tolerances and work area needs, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentations.

AURTTM008 Dismantle and evaluate engine blocks and sub-assemblies

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to dismantle and assess an engine block and its sub-assemblies as part of an engines repair or reconditions procedure. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the engine blocks and sub-assemblies, confirming needed repairs, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM009 Fit sleeves and bore and hone engine cylinders

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to fit sleeves to restore engine cylinder blocks and to bore and hone the sleeves to specify tolerances. It includes preparing for the work. Evaluating damage and confirming needed repairs, boring, sleeving and honing engine cylinders, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM010 Heat treat, straighten and reclaim engine components

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to add heat treatment and straightening styles to repair damaged or under sized engine part, and achieve the needed machinery to reclaim engine part in an engine reconditioning procedure. It also includes preparing for the work, heat treating, straightening and reclaiming engine parts, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTM011 Recondition engine cylinder heads

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to recondition engine cylinder heads as part of an engine recondition [procedure. It also includes preparing for the work, confirming engine cylinder head damage and needed repairs, preparing reconditions machines, achieving machining to specifications and work area needs, reassembling and assessing the cylinder head and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTQ004 Overhaul final drive assemblies

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return a final drive assembly to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the final drive assembly, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the final drive assembly, and finishing work place procedures and documentation.

AURTTW003 Conduct machining operations

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to conduct machining operations on a vast range of automotive parts to specific tolerances. It includes preparing for the work, choosing the accurate machining operation, setting up and machining parts to specifications, and finishing work area procedures and documentation. It also includes restoring surface finishes and tolerances and aligning parts.

AURTTX007 Overhaul clutch assemblies

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return a clutch assembly to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the clutch assembly, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the clutch assembly, and as well as finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTX008 Overhaul manual transmissions

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return a manual transmission to original manufacturer tolerances and as well as clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling and assessing the transmissions, conducting the overhaul processes, reassembling and assessing the transmissions, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

AURTTX009 Overhaul automatic transmissions

The unit explains the achievement outcomes needed to return an automatic transmission to original manufacturer tolerances and clearances. It includes preparing for the work, dismantling, and assessing the transmission, conducting the overhaul procedures, reassembling and assessing the transmissions, and finishing work area procedures and documentation.

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