Certificate II in Automotive Cylinder Head Reconditioning
Major Training Group
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Automotive Industry Retail, Service and Repair Training Package. It covers the skills and knowledge required to perform a range of tasks related to servicing and repairing engine cylinder heads of cars and heavy vehicles within an automotive service and repair business.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace; Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace; Identify basic automotive faults using troubleshooting processes; Carry out pre-repair operations (mechanical); Use and maintain measuring equipment in an automotive workplace; Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment; Recondition engine cylinder heads. Electives: Carry out servicing operations; Inspect and service cooling systems; Inspect and service engines; Carry out machining operations; Carry out gas metal arc welding procedures; Carry out gas tungsten arc welding procedures; plus more.
About Major Training GroupEstablished in 1998, Major Training Group is a leading Registered Training Organisation specialising in the Mining, Construction, Transport and Business Industries. Based in Australia with international clients, Major holds over a decade of experience. Founded in 1988 due to the demand for skilled people needed within Queensland's transport, construction & mining industries, Major has lived up to its vision by becoming an industry leader, continually evolving and engaging with the industry it was created for and delivering comprehensive real world training. Major has a workforce of 60 permanent staff including Trainers, BDMs, Client Service and Administration teams that provide accurate and timely assistance to clients. Their vision is to deliver genuine client service by displaying integrity, flexibility and support in the provision of 'Skills for the Future'. RTO code: 6139
Certificate IICourse code: AUR21512
- Full-time internal
14 units: 7 core; 7 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Automotive electricians install, maintain, identify faults and repair electrical wiring and computer-based equipment in motor vehicles and related equipment, such as caravans, trailers, earthmoving equipment, mining equipment, marine applications and agricultural equipment.
Engine reconditioners set up and operate machinery to restore and recondition the machined surfaces of engines and related vehicle components.
Heavy vehicle motor mechanics repair, maintain and test heavy vehicles, other engines and related mechanical components.
Light vehicle motor mechanics service, repair and overhaul the mechanical parts of motor vehicles such as the engine, the transmission (clutch, gear box and differential), and the suspension systems (springs, steering, brakes, wheels and tyres).