Automotive Training Courses in Brisbane

With millions of cars in the country that need to be repaired, serviced and maintained, Australia’s automotive sector is fast-paced and competitive. Cars are an essential part of the Australian lifestyle, while commercial vehicles keep our economy moving forward. Almost all sectors — from logistics to F&B delivery to tourism — need well-maintained vehicles to keep operations running smoothly.

It comes as no surprise, therefore, that jobs related to automotive technologies are in high demand.

If you are eyeing a career in this sector, the Australian Skills Group will help you earn the right credentials to secure productive employment. You have a number of auto trade skills training programmes to choose from, ranging from repair to service of both light and heavy vehicles.

Be a job-ready candidate for the automotive sector. Join our automotive and mechanic courses in Brisbane today.

Australian Skills Group

Our Automotive Courses

Certificate II in Automotive Body Repair Technology

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In this course, you will learn to perform different repair methods on both light and heavy vehicles within an automotive service or repair businesses. It’s your pathway to an Australian Apprenticeship programme. It consists of 13 units of competency, which includes:

  • Removal, inspection and refitting tyre assemblies
  • Dismantling vehicle components
  • Service of cooling and braking systems
  • Usage and maintenance of workplace tools
  • Safe working practices

Duration: 4 weeks

Delivery Model: Face-to-face in Brendale

Certificate II in Automotive Body Servicing Technology

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In this course, you will learn how to perform servicing operations both light and heavy vehicles as part of an automotive service or repair business. This course serves as a pathway into an Australian Apprenticeship programme. It consists of 20 units of competency, including:

  • Basic automotive faults and corresponding troubleshooting processes
  • Inspection and testing of automotive batteries
  • Difference service operations
  • Safe working practices
  • Environmental and sustainability best practices

Duration: 5 weeks

Delivery Model: Face-to-face in Brendale

Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

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In this course, you will learn the skills needed to service and repair the mechanical parts of motor vehicles, like the transmission, suspension system and the engine. This course is offered as an apprenticeship pathway. It consists of 36 units (20 core units and 16 elective units), including:

  • Testing and repairing basic electrical circuits (Core)
  • Diagnosing and repairing charging systems (Core)
  • Safe working practices in an automotive workplace (Core)
  • Diagnosing and repairing electronically controlled suspension systems (Elective)
  • Diagnosing and repairing engine forced-induction systems (Elective)
  • Communicating in an automotive workplace

Duration: Up to 48 months

Delivery Model: Workplace

Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

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In this course, you’ll learn how to overhaul, service and repair the mechanical parts of road transport vehicles, such as the engine, transmission and suspension systems. This serves as an apprenticeship pathway and consists of 36 units (22 core units and 14 electives), including:

  • Diagnosis and repair of compression ignition engine management systems (Core)
  • Diagnosis and repair of charging and starting systems (Core)
  • Inspection and service of final drive assemblies (Core)
  • Diagnosis and repair of heavy vehicle manual transmissions (Elective)
  • Diagnosis and repair of hydraulic systems (Elective)

Duration: Up to 48 months

Delivery Model: Workplace

Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology

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In this course, you will learn to repair and maintain the mechanical systems and components of mobile plant vehicles and other capabilities required of a mobile plant technician. This course is offered as an apprenticeship pathway and consists of 36 units (22 core and 14 elective units), which includes:

  • Safe working practices (Core)
  • Testing and repairing electrical circuits (Core)
  • Diagnosing and repairing charging systems (Core)
  • Selection and use of bearings, seals, gasket and adhesives (Elective)
  • Performing advanced gas metal arc welding (Elective)

Entry Requirement: At least 17 years old

Duration: Up to 48 months

Delivery Model: Workplace

The ASG Education

Nationally Recognised Qualifications

The ASG has forged relationships with some of the biggest industry players in the world, which enable us to create online mechanic courses that give our students a competitive edge. Each programme follows nationally recognised guidelines. In developing courses, we consult leading tertiary educators in Australia to ensure our graduates have pathways into university study.

World-Class Experience

The ASG boasts custom-built workshops with a focus on practical, hands-on learning for automotive trade certification. We also have a face-to-face method delivery that enables engaging and entertaining study. Our fully-equipped classrooms give students a sense of a real automotive workplace environment.

Strong Student Support

The ASG provides a range of resources and assistance to students with learning support needs. We arrange internal or external assistance to make sure the learning needs of our students — whether that’s language, literacy or numeracy concerns — are met.

Get in touch with ASG for enquiries about our courses in Brisbane.