Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

Jobs and Skills WA: Automotive airconditioning
Want to work with the coolest cars?

One thing's for sure - we love an air conditioned car! Whether it's the hottest of summer days, or the chilliest winter mornings, staying cool or warm in the car is a luxury most people couldn't do without. And with a Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology, you'll have the skills and experience that employers are looking for as an apprentice automotive air conditioning technician.

Automotive air conditioner technicians work in a range of fields including light vehicle, automotive electrical, heavy vehicle, mobile plant and equipment, and more. Through this qualification, you'll learn about servicing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, including retrofitting and modifications; and diagnostic testing to identify and repair faults.

Training is conducted in modern workshop facilities, where you'll get to learn on a range of different vehicles and systems. 

 

Half price
STEM
Industry: Automotive
National course code: AUR20220 | WA State ID: BGA7

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Take your career in the automotive industry to the next level.

Advance your career in the automotive industry. When you complete Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology you will have the skills and knowledge to work effectively in the automotive industry servicing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, retrofitting and modifying, diagnosing and repairing faults, whilst learning to work safely in the workplace.

This qualification offers a credit transfer or Recognition of Prior Learning  (RPL) for the vehicle servicing component within the Certificate II in Automotive Technology.

Please note: Central Regional TAFE offers this as a standalone course for apprentices completing AUR30620 Certificate III in Light Vehicle Technology or AUR30320 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology and/or to existing tradespersons

Locations

Geraldton
Kalgoorlie
Merredin

Automotive air conditioner technicians work in a range of fields including light vehicle, automotive electrical, heavy vehicle, mobile plant and equipment, and more.

Successful completion of this qualification will allow you to work effectively in the automotive industry. It will equip participants with the ability to perform a range of tasks relating to servicing and repairing air conditioning components and systems of cars and heavy vehicles in an automotive service and repair business. Participants will learn how to test and repair basic electric circuits; diagnose, repair, retrofit and modify air conditioning and HVAC systems; carry out diagnostic procedures, as well as a range of other tasks.

Training is conducted in modern workshop facilities, where you'll get to learn on a range of different vehicles and systems. 

The completion of this qualification enables an individual to apply for an AAC02 - Refrigerant handling licence - qualified persons (Automotive air conditioning licence).

Locations

Broome Campus
Pundulmurra Campus

When you complete the Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology you'll have what employers are looking for as an apprentice automotive air conditioning specialist.

Learn in specialised facilities

Kwinana campus offers specialist training in automotive air conditioning with purpose-built air-conditioning rigs, providing students with a high quality of learning and practical skills. It also boasts a large modern, indoor workshop where students undertake all their learning and training.

If you're already trade-qualified in vehicle servicing, ask us about how Recognition of Prior Learning can accelerate your achieving a new specialty with this qualification. 


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