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AUR20220 Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

Air Conditioning

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This course is for qualified automotive technicians, suitably skilled candidates who are currently working in the industry, or third and fourth year apprentices who have completed 80% of their technical studies.

Candidates develop the principles underpinning the operations related to servicing, repairing and retrofitting air conditioning components and systems in cars and heavy vehicles within an automotive service and repair business. Candidates develop safe handling, safe working practices and the environmental awareness that is required when carrying out automotive air conditioning operations.

*Please note: This course does not fulfill the "install air conditioning" unit requirements.

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Course Delivery

To be awarded their Certificate II, candidates must be deemed competent in 13 units of competency, covered in six (6) core plus seven (7) elective units.

  • 3 days in-house training and assessment course to complete the 3 air conditioning units.
  • The attainment of the remaining 10 units of competence is through credit transfer from a previous automotive qualification or through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
  • The qualification has a duration of twelve (12) months for completion, however if the course is undertaken by a qualified automotive technician, the qualification can be attained easily within a three (3) month timeframe.
 Next Course Date

22 Aug - 24 Aug 2022 - SOLD OUT 
3 Oct - 5 Oct 2022 - SOLD OUT 

10 Oct - 12 Oct 2022 - SOLD OUT 
31 Oct - 2 Nov 2022 - SOLD OUT 

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  • Member: $1050 (*Member discount information below)
  • Non-member: $1200
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What’s Next?

  • Register for course.
  • Apply for a trainee refrigerant handling licence from the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC). A candidate cannot attend this course without holding a valid trainee licence.
  • Attend 3 days in-house training.
  • Fulfil the requirements for the remaining 10 units via credit transfer and recognition of prior learning.

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*Credit transfer: This is for candidates who have recently completed their trade qualification and is also available to apprentices in their third or fourth year.

The units of competence will be marked as credit transfers upon producing a recognised academic record showing a list of units that have been deemed competent from a previous qualification, for example, AUR30612. Any units not listed on the record that make up the units in the course will have to be completed through the RPL process.

*Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): This is for qualified automotive technicians or experienced industry personnel. To complete the RPL process, you will be required to produce sufficient evidence against the ten (10) units of competence listed as part of the qualification. This will include collection of work evidence (job cards), completion of written questions, and having a third party signatory to confirm competence. Once the evidence has been submitted and assessed, the units will be marked as competent.

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