Certificate II in Motorsport

This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform basic mechanical servicing and repairs for motorsport vehicles. It is suitable for entry into the motorsport industry.

Job roles/employment outcomes

The AUR21011 Certificate II in Motorsport offers training for individuals to perform vehicle servicing in a motorsport environment.

Employment outcomes targeted by this qualification include:

a junior member or general hand within a race team.

This qualification is typically used to develop employees or recognise and develop existing workers who are performing vehicle service and repair functions in a motorsport environment.

They would be expected to perform a range of mechanical operations involving known routines, methods and procedures and take some accountability for the quality of outcomes.

Training programs for this qualification are suitable to be undertaken as part of a formal training contract with an employer under an Australian Traineeship arrangement.


Subjects

Packaging Rules

To be awarded the AUR21011 Certificate II in Motorsport, competency must be achieved in fifteen (15) units of competency.

five (5) core units of competency

ten (10) elective units of competency, as specified below:

a minimum of seven (7) elective units from Group A

a maximum of three (3) elective units from Group B, drawn in any combination from:

units not already chosen from Group A

relevant units available in this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where those unit are available for inclusion at Certificate II and III

a maximum of two (2) units of competency may be at Certificate III.

Note: Where prerequisite units are identified they must be counted in the total number of units required for completion of the qualification.

The following units of competency must not be chosen together when achieving this qualification:

add topic MEM05003B

Perform soft soldering

add topic AURV223808A

Carry out soft soldering techniques

add topic MEM05004C

Perform routine oxy acetylene welding

add topic AURV223608A

Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal heating procedures

add topic MEM05007C

Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

add topic AURV223608A

Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal heating procedures

add topic MEM05017D

Weld using gas metal arc welding process

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Carry out gas metal arc (MIG) welding procedures

Core units of competency

Complete the following five (5) units of competency.

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURC270103A

Apply safe working practices

add topic AURT271781A

Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive mechanical industry

add topic AURM240080B

Operate in a motorsport environment

add topic AURM240172B

Set up and dismantle temporary work location and equipment

add topic MSAENV272B

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Elective units of competency

Group A: Electives

Complete a minimum of seven (7) units of competency from the following lists.

Brakes

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURT210170A

Inspect and service braking systems

add topic AURT210605A

Attach friction materials and radius grind

add topic AURT210736A

Machine brake drums and brake disc rotors

Electrical

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURE218664A

Remove and replace electrical/electronic units/assemblies

add topic AURE218670A

Service, maintain or replace batteries

add topic AURE218676A

Test, service and charge batteries

add topic AURE218708A

Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits

add topic AURE218764A

Remove, refit and test electrical componentry for normal operation following body repair activities

add topic AURE219331A

Install, test and repair low voltage wiring/lighting systems

add topic AURE219531A

Install ancillary electrical components

add topic AURE220140A

Manufacture and repair wiring harness/looms

add topic AURE224008A

Carry out soldering of electrical wiring/circuits

Engines, systems and transmissions

Unit code

Unit title

Prerequisites

add topic AURT201164A

Remove and install engine assemblies

add topic AURT201170A

Inspect and service engines

add topic AURT202166B

Repair cooling systems

add topic AURT202170B

Inspect and service cooling systems

add topic AURT202608A

Carry out radiator repairs

add topic AURT203170B

Service petrol fuel systems

add topic AURT204670A

Inspect and service emission control systems

add topic AURT205123A

Fabricate exhaust system/components

add topic AURT205166A

Repair exhaust system components

add topic AURT206670A

Inspect and service transmissions (manual)

add topic AURT207170A

Inspect and service transmissions (automatic)

add topic AURT212670A

Service final drive assemblies

add topic AURT213170A

Service final drive (driveline)

AURTTE3001

Apply knowledge of engine science

add topic MEM07005C

Perform general machining

add topic MEM09002B

add topic MEM12023A

add topic MEM18001C

General mechanical

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURC252103A

Apply basic automotive troubleshooting processes

add topic AURT200108A

Carry out servicing operations

add topic AURT225156A

Read and interpret engineering drawings

add topic AURT225191A

Produce drawings from design concepts

add topic AURT225667A

Use and maintain measuring equipment

add topic AURT270278A

Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment

add topic AURV224508A

Carry out fabrication of components

add topic MEM09002B

Interpret technical drawing

add topic MEM12023A

Perform engineering measurements

add topic MEM18001C

Use hand tools

add topic MEM30012A

Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment

Motorsport

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURM240173A

Transport a light competition vehicle and support equipment

add topic AURM240174A

Prepare and service a light competition vehicle

Motorsport officiating

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURMO2001A

Develop and update motorsport industry knowledge

add topic AURMO2002A

Follow motorsport safety and risk management procedures

add topic AURMO2003A

Comply with motorsport rules and regulations when officiating

add topic AURMO2004A

Assist with motorsport officiating duties

Steering and suspension

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURT215130A

Inspect steering systems

add topic AURT215170A

Inspect and service steering systems

add topic AURT216130A

Inspect suspension systems

add topic AURT216170A

Inspect and service suspension systems

Tyres, rims and wheels

Unit code

Unit title

add topic AURT217606A

Balance wheels and tyres

add topic AURT217665A

Remove, fit and inspect wheel assemblies

add topic AURT217668A

Select tyres and rims for specific applications (light)

add topic AURT217766A

Remove, inspect, repair and fit tyres and tubes (light)

Welding

Unit code

Unit title

Prerequisites

add topic AURV223608A

Carry out oxy acetylene welding, thermal cutting and thermal heating procedures

add topic AURV223808A

Carry out soft soldering techniques

add topic AURV281108A

Carry out manual metal arc welding procedures

add topic AURV281208A

Carry out brazing procedures

add topic AURV281308A

Carry out gas metal arc (MIG) welding procedures

add topic AURV281408A

Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding procedures

add topic AURV281508A

Carry out spot welding procedures

add topic AURV323908A

Carry out thermoplastic welding procedures

add topic MEM05003B

Perform soft soldering

add topic MEM05004C

Perform routine oxy acetylene welding

add topic MEM05007C

Perform manual heating and thermal cutting

add topic MEM05050B

Perform routine gas metal arc welding

add topic MEM05017D

Weld using gas metal arc welding process

add topic MEM05050B add topic MEM05051A add topic MEM05052A add topic MEM12023A add topic MEM18001C add topic MEM18002B add topic MEM09002B

Group B: Other electives

The balance of units, to a maximum of three (3), may be drawn in any combination from:

units not already chosen from Group A above

relevant units available in this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where those units are available at Certificate II and III.


Pathways...

    Pathways into the qualification

    This qualification may be accessed by direct entry. Credit may be granted towards this qualification by those who have completed AUR10105 Certificate I in Automotive in this Training Package or other relevant qualifications. Credit for this qualification may also include units contained within relevant skill sets.

    Pathways from the qualification

    Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR30911 Certificate III in Motorsport, AUR30408 Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology or other relevant qualifications.


Entry Requirements

Not Applicable.


Licensing Information

Licensing considerations

There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification. However, some units in this qualification may have licensing or regulatory requirements, depending on the work context. Local regulations should be checked for details.


Employability Skills

QUALIFICATION SUMMARY

The following table contains a summary of the Employability Skills as identified by the Motorsport industry for this qualification. The Employability Skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.

Employability Skill

Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:

Communication

understanding and carrying out verbal instructions from supervisors and others

reading and understanding workplace documents

completing written workplace documentation, forms and records

sharing work-related information with other team members

communicating with people from a range of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds

seeking and acting upon feedback

using industry terminology

Teamwork

contributing positively to the work team environment

working effectively with others in a socially diverse environment

respecting and understanding the views of others

giving and receiving feedback

identifying and describing own role and role of others

Problem-solving

recognising a problem or a potential problem within a motorsport environment

seeking information and assistance to solve problems outside own area of responsibility

solving problems within own area of responsibility

Initiative and enterprise

making adjustments to improve own performance

suggesting ideas for workplace improvement to supervisors and team members

positively adapting to changes in workplace procedures or arrangements

taking positive action to report hazards or risk situations to supervisors

Planning and organising

understanding how own job role fits into the wider workplace context

planning daily work tasks to work safely and manage risks according to workplace procedures

prioritising activities to achieve required outcomes

planning and organising appropriate equipment and materials

Self-management

following workplace safety requirements and other policies and procedures

managing own time

completing known delegated tasks on time

completing non-routine tasks as requested

selecting and using appropriate equipment, materials, processes and procedures

asking for advice and assistance

Learning

identifying personal strength and weaknesses

positively accepting opportunities to learn

acting upon feedback to improve work performance

asking questions to gain information

identifying sources of information to expand knowledge and understanding

Technology

appropriately selecting and using tools and equipment

recognising and reporting faulty equipment

using information and communication technology