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TAFE NSW Course No: 20073

(Small engines)
Course overview
This course is for students wanting to work as an
outdoor power equipment service mechanic.
With the relevant work experience, students
will be provided with the knowledge and skills
required to service engines related to all types of
Ballina Kingscliff Trenayr
outdoor power equipment.
Casino Lismore Wauchope
Career opportunities Coffs Harbour Macksville Wollongbar
Service technician, apprentice mechanic. CHEC Maclean Schools
Grafton Murwillumbah Flexible/Online
Great Lakes Port Macquarie
Kempsey Taree

Name = course is delivered via this location / method

Pattern of study 2 units x 1 year (120 hour), 2 units x 2 years (240 hour), 4 units x 1 year (240 hour)

HSC exam Yes optional (at completion of 240 hour course)

Qualification Certificate II in Outdoor Power Equipment (AUR20811) and/or Statement of competencies achieved

Training package AUR05 Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair

Advanced standing in higher level qualifications in the Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair
Training package (AUR05)

Note 1 unit (60 hour) or 2 unit (120 hour) specialisation courses available

Detailed description To apply

This course is designed to provide students with the skills and Expression of Interest Forms will be available at your school
knowledge to: in Term 3. These forms must be completed and signed by the
Service and repair faults in rotary cutting systems including student, parent/caregiver and returned to your school.
removal, repair/replacement, fitting and adjustment of
For details on all courses, refer to the current 2014
Courses for High School Students guide or
Service and repair chainsaw cutting systems fitted to
Remove, fit and adjust line trimming system components
Service engines and engine components of small engines More information
appropriate to outdoor power equipment For more information contact your Careers Adviser,
Rectify faults in drum cutting systems, including removal, VET Coordinator at your school, or the VET for Schools
repair/replacement, fitting and adjustment of components Coordinator at the following TAFE campuses:
Apply environmental regulations and best practice in the
body repair industry, automotive systems and components Kingscliff and Murwillumbah Campuses
Service, maintain or replace batteries p: 02 6674 7200 (Kingscliff )
Remove and tag automotive electrical system components
Perform minor service and preparatory work in areas of the Ballina, Casino, Lismore and Wollongbar Campuses
automotive industry p: 02 6620 4700 (Wollongbar)

Coffs Harbour, Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC)

Work placement
Minimum 35 hours for every 2 BOS units of study. and Macksville Campuses
p: 02 6659 3000 (CHEC)

Articulation into higher qualifications Grafton, Maclean and Trenayr Campuses

This course can provide advanced standing in other p: 02 6641 1600 (Grafton)
Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair Training
package qualifications including: AUR10105 Automotive
Certificate I; AUR20405 Automotive Electrical Technology Kempsey, Port Macquarie and Wauchope Campuses
Certificate II; AUR20705 Automotive Mechanical (Air p: 02 6581 6200 (Port Macquarie)
Conditioning) Certificate II; AUR20705 Automotive
Mechanical (Exhaust Fitting) Certificate II, AUR20705
Great Lakes and Taree Campuses
Automotive Mechanical (Steering and Suspension)
Certificate II; AUR20705 Automotive Mechanical p: 02 6591 3600 (Taree)
Certificate II.
General information on courses and services available
p: 1300 NCTAFE (1300 628233)

put your hsc to work

Board Developed courses that count towards your Higher School Certificate and also have an optional statewide examination, which can be included in the calculation
of your ATAR. Board Endorsed courses that give you credit towards your Higher School Certificate but do not count towards the calculation of your ATAR.
All information is accurate at time of printing. Course commencement is subject to sufficient resources and demand. For the most up-to-date information
on course content, attendance modes; fees, concessions, refunds and exemptions; recognition of prior learning and credit transfer options; student
support services including literacy and numeracy support and welfare services; student rights and responsibilities; appeals and complaints process and
Department of Education and Training Code of Conduct visit the Institute website on or phone 1300 NCTAFE (1300 628233).