This qualification covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of routine assembly and servicing tasks within the bicycle industry. It is suitable for entry into the bicycle retail, service and repair sector.
Job roles/employment outcomes
The AUR20311 Certificate II in Bicycles is intended to prepare new employees or develop existing workers who are performing bicycle service and repair tasks in the bicycle industry.
Employment outcomes targeted by this qualification include:
bicycle sales assistant.
This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway.
To be awarded AUR20311 Certificate II in Bicycles, competency must be achieved in sixteen (16) units of competency.
five (5) core units of competency
eleven (11) elective units of competency, as specified below:
a minimum of seven (7) specialist elective units from Group A
a maximum of four (4) elective units from Group B drawn in any combination from:
units not already chosen from Group A
Group B units listed
relevant units available in this Training Package, other endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses, where those units are aligned to Certificate II and III qualifications
a maximum of two (2) elective units may be selected from units aligned to Certificate III qualifications.
Note: Where prerequisite units are identified, they must be counted in the total number of units required for completion of the qualification.
The following pairs of units must not be chosen together when achieving this qualification:
This qualification may be accessed by direct entry. Credit will be granted towards this qualification to those who have completed relevant units of competency from AUR10105 Certificate I in Automotive in this Training Package or other relevant qualifications.
Pathways from the qualification
Further training pathways from this qualification include AUR30211 Certificate III in Bicycles, AUR31005 Certificate III in Automotive Sales, or other relevant qualifications.
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.
The following table contains a summary of the Employability Skills as identified by the Bicycle Retail, Service and Repair sector for this qualification. The Employability Skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.
Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification
understanding and carrying out verbal instructions from supervisors and others
reading, understanding and completing workplace documentation, forms and records
sharing work-related information with other team members using industry terminology
communicating with people from a range of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds
contributing positively to the work team environment
working effectively with others in a socially diverse environment
respecting and understanding the views of others
giving, receiving and acting upon feedback
identifying and describing own role and role of others
recognising a problem or a potential problem within a bicycle component or system or with equipment
seeking information and assistance to solve problems outside own area of responsibility
solving problems within own area of responsibility
Initiative and enterprise
suggesting ideas for workplace improvement to supervisors and team members
positively adapting to changes in workplace procedures and making adjustments to improve own performance
taking positive action to report hazards or risk situations to supervisors
Planning and organising
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
planning ahead to anticipate problems with availability of equipment, materials and personnel to assist
following workplace safety requirements and other policies and procedures
completing known delegated tasks on time
selecting and using appropriate equipment, materials, processes and procedures
asking for advice and assistance when appropriate
identifying personal strengths and weaknesses
acting upon feedback and accept opportunities to learn to improve work performance
asking questions to gain information and identify sources of information to expand knowledge and understanding
appropriately setting up technological equipment
recognising and reporting faulty equipment
using appropriate tools and equipment
applying knowledge of operating principles of bicycle components and systems