Course details for AMT215116 Automotive and Mechanical Technologies

TitleAutomotive and Mechanical Technologies
Learning AreaTechnologies
Available from1/1/2016
Available until31/12/2020
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardNO
Past Exams and Assessment Reports
Automotive and mechanical systems impact on many technological innovations in areas as diverse as transport, agriculture, civil construction, mining and recreation. The related industry areas are some of the world's largest and dynamic. The study of mechanical and automotive components and systems provides an introduction to the study of mechanical engineering.

Automotive and Mechanical Technologies focuses on understanding how and why mechanical vehicles, plant and equipment work. Through practical activities learners use specialist tools and equipment to identify mechanical faults and complete system maintenance, repairs and adjustments. Learners complete practical challenges and develop technical knowledge and skills in a structured workshop setting. They apply problem solving skills and technical knowledge to maintain and repair automotive and mechanical systems and consider their impacts on society and the environment.

Supporting documents

AMT215116 course Course document - PDF version
(Updated Jan 29, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2016)
(Expires Dec 31, 2020)
AMT215116 course. Course document - word version
(Updated Jan 29, 2016)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2016)
(Expires Dec 31, 2020)

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