Diploma of

Automotive Technology

CRICOS: 109338B

Career Pathway

26 weeks

Delivery Mode:

+40hrs industry placement


Automotive Technology

CRICOS: 109338B

Available as a packaged option, this course provides the advanced trade skills and knowledge required to diagnose, analyse, evaluate, design and modify vehicle systems in an automotive service and repair environment. 

Career Path 

Automotive Workshop Manager 

Automotive Business Owner 

Course Fees:

Tuition:   $5,000  

Non-tuition Fees: $500

Enrolment Fee: $400

Total Course Cost: $5,900

Uses lighting equipment. Man in work uniform repairs white automobile indoors. Conception of automobile service.

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Available as a packaged option, this course provides the trade skills and knowledge to perform advanced troubleshooting and repair tasks in an automotive repair workshop. It is very practical in nature with a hands-on approach.

Course Structure:

AURTTA121 Diagnose complex system faults
AURETR017 Overhaul charging system alternators AURETR018 Overhaul starting system motors
AURTTF003 Overhaul diesel fuel injection system components AURLTB001 Overhaul light vehicle braking system components AURTTD005 Overhaul steering system components AURTTM004 Assemble engine blocks and sub-assemblies AURTTQ004 Overhaul final drive assemblies
AURTTX007 Overhaul clutch assemblies
AURTTX008 Overhaul manual transmissions

ASG Entry Requirements

Minimum age: 18 years

Academic suitability:

• Completion of Year 12 schooling or higher

• English proficiency at a minimum of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent

Completion of AUR40820 Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Overhauling or equivalent automotive mechanical Certificate IV qualification.

You also need to supply your own PPE – steel cap boots, long pants & high-viz shirt.

Qualification Pathway

Associate Degree of Engineering (Mechanical)


On successful completion you will be awarded the AQF AUR50216 Diploma of Automotive Technology, or a Statement of Attainment in recognition of units achieved in partial completion.


Assessment takes place at the end of each unit with a knowledge test and practical demonstration. There will also be approximately 3 hours per week self-study for assessment preparation in your own time.

Student Services

We offer a range of support services to assist you in achieving a successful course outcome. This includes tutorial support and Language, Literacy & Numeracy assistance where required. Please contact us to discuss any other individual needs.

Career Path:

  • Automotive Mechanic Supervisor
  • Automotive Mechanic