• New Apprenticeships for the following qualification.

  • AUR30405- Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology: Heavy Vehicle Mobile Equipment

  • Student Name:

  • Employer Name:

Contract Details

  • Apprentice to complete

  • Full Name:

  • Apprentice Address:

  • Student Number (if known):

  • Delta Registration Number (when supplied):

  • Employer to complete

  • Exmployer Name and Type:

  • Address:

  • Contact Name:

  • Email Address:

  • Contact Number:

  • Fax Number:

  • Group Training Scheme Trainees to Complete

  • Host Employer Name:

  • Address:

  • Contact Name:

  • Email Address:

  • Contact Number:

  • Fax Number:

  • School Based Apprentices to Complete

  • School:

  • Address:

  • Contact Name:

  • Email Address:

  • Contact Number:

  • Fax Number:

  • Kangan Institute to Complete:

  • Registered Training Organisation: Kangan Institute

  • Address: Private Bag 299, Somerton Victoria 3062

  • Contact Name:

  • Contact Number:

  • Mobile Number:

  • Fax Number:

  • Prepared by:

  • Date:

Determination of Responsibility

  • The following section is required to identify the responsibility of all parties to this contract.

  • The workplace supervisor/s is/ are responsible for the trainee and will provide supervision of the trainee's workplace training and assessment. The workplace supervisor will be required to perform the following tasks: periodically review the Training Record Book or other recording mechanism approved by Kangan Institute ( preferably weekly) . Ensure that the trainee is being trained appropriately and by workplace approved personnel and aligned with the training plan. Ensure that training targets are met and the trainee is able to attend the Institute when required. Provide a mentoring and supportive role for the trainees.

  • Workplace Trainers and Assessors are person(s) that have responsibility for the training and assessment of the trainee(s) in the workplace. These persons are listed below.

  • Name and Responsibility

  • Name and Responsibility

  • Name and Responsibility

  • Name and Responsibility

Declaration

  • We, the parties identified in this document, agree to the following Terms and Conditions:- Provision of underpinning knowledge training by Kangan Staff. Assessment of the underpinning knowledge by Kangan Staff. Manner in which the underpinning knowledge is recognized and recorded. Issuing of the trainee's qualification upon successful completion of the Training Plan. Review the composition of the attached "Australian Competency Standards Supplement" at the request of any of the parties to the contract. Ensure that a minimum of four(4), workplace contacts are conducted each year.

  • The Employer will:- Support the training of the student by managing and assessing the performance of the student in their day to day performance of duties in the workplace. Align the workplace training and assessment in accordance with this Negotiated Training Plan. Contact Kangan Institute regarding:- Any variations to the Negotiated Training Plan. Concerns about the performance of the student or the Negotiated Training Plan. Maintain and provide to Kangan Institute relevant & approved training and assessment records. Ensure all apprentices/trainees undertaking workplace based training atAQF Level 3 are withdrawn from routine duties for a minimum of three hours a week, averaged over a four week cycle, for the purpose of undertaking training/learning activities (pro-rata for part time).

  • The apprentice will: Monitor their progress in accordance with the Negotiated Training Plan. Report any variances or problems with their Negotiated Training Plan to their employer and/or Kangan Institute at their earliest convenience. Self assess their performance in the workplace and consult with their workplace supervisor or recognized workplace trainers/Assessors on their readiness for formal assessment. Gather and manage up to date evidence to support their claim(s) for recognition. At all attendances, present their Training Record Book/Competency Assessment Record, to allow Kangan Institute staff to update their database, failure to do so, could affect a successful completion of training and subsequent issuing of qualification.

  • Assessment methods:

  • Throughout the apprenticeship assessments will be conducted in a variety of ways including: W-Written; P-Practical; O-Observation; R-RPL; V-Verbal and F-Flexible

  • Clarification on training requirements: Competencies do not need to be started and finalised in their set order. However, level 2 & 3 Competencies cannot be started until the entire previous level has been completed. Variations apply, and are subject to student and employer negotiations and elective selections.

  • Individual Learning Plan. For mentor use only.

  • L,L&N support required?

  • RPL/CT required?

  • Review date 1

  • Review date 2

  • Review date 3

  • Pathway for 2012

Competency Lists (36 Units are required to complete this qualification).

  • Note: This qualification must include three (3) core units of competence. Thirty three (33) elective units may be chosen from the list below. A maximum of eighteen (18) elective units may be selected from the units aligned to Certificate II qualifications. A maximum of two (2) elective units may be selected from units aligned to a Certificate IV qualifications.

  • Compulsory Units (3)

  • AURC270103A Apply Safe Work Practices.
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT366108A Carry out diagnostic procedures.
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 3

  • AURE271781A Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive mechanical industry.
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • Elective Units (33). The following twelve (12) units plus at least one (1) of the transmission units is recommended for Heavy Mobile Equipment specialisation.

  • AURE218676A Test, Service and Charge Batteries
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 15
    CBC Level 1

  • AURE218708A Carry Out Repairs to Single Electrical Circuits
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 40
    CBC Level 1

  • AURE202166B Repair Cooling System
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT303666A Repair Diesel Fuel Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 80
    CBC Level 3

  • AURT304666A Repair and Replace Emission Control Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT309166A Repair Hydraulic Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 60
    CBC Level 3

  • AURT310166A Repair Hydraulic Braking Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 40
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT311166A Repair Air Braking Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 50
    CBC Level 2

  • AURTH301166A Repair Engines and Associated Components (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 60
    CBC Level 3

  • AURTH312666A Repair Final Drive Assemblies (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURTH313166A Repair Final Drive (Driveline) (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURTH315166A Repair Steering Systems (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • At Least one of the Transmission Units below must be selected

  • AURTH306666A Repair Transmissions Manual (Heavy Vehicle)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 40
    CBC Level 3

  • AURTH307166A Repair Transmission Automatic (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 50
    CBC Level 3

  • Choose twenty (20) elective units from below if only one transmission unit was selected or nineteen (19) units if both transmission units were selected.

  • AURE318966A Repair Instruments and Warning Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 40

  • AURE319166B Repair Charging Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30

  • AURE319266B Repair Starting Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30

  • AURE321271A Service and Repair Electronically Controlled Drive Management Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 50

  • AURE321771A Service and Repair Electronic Compression Ignition Engine Management Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 50

  • AURT200108A Carry out Servicing Operations
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20

  • AURT201170A Inspect and Service Engines
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT203670B Service Diesel Fuel Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT206670A Inspect and Service Transmissions (Manual)
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 10
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT207170A Inspect and Service Transmissions (Automatic)
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 10
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT208170A Service Transmissions (Hydrostatic)
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 10
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT209170A Service Hydraulic Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT210170A Inspect and Service Braking Systems (Hydraulic)
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT211170A Inspect and Service Air Brake Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT212670A Service Final Drive Assemblies
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 5

  • AURT213170A Service Final Drive (Driveline)
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 5

  • AURT215170A Inspect and Service Steering Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 10
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT216170A Inspect and Service Suspension Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 10

  • AURT222631A Install Air Conditioning Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    (AC Trainee License Required)

  • AURT222670A Service Air Conditioning Systems
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    (AC Trainee License Required)

  • AURT225667A Use and Maintain Measuring Equipment
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 15
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT270278A Use and Maintain Workplace Tools and Equipment
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20
    CBC Level 1

  • AURT300373A Synchronise Plant and Equipment
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 40

  • AURT305671A Inspect and Repair Engine Forced Induction Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 15
    CBC Level 3

  • AURT306170A Inspect, Service and/or Repair Clutch Assemblies and Components
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT308166A Repair Transmissions (Hydrostatic)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 40
    CBC Level 3

  • AURT309131B Install Hydraulic Systems to Specific Applications
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 74
    CBC Level 3

  • AURT309140A Manufacture and Install Fluid Power Hose Assemblies
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 10
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT316271A Inspect, Service and Repair Tracked type drive and support systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURT322666A Repair/Retrofit Air Conditioning Systems
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    (AC Trainee License Required)

  • AURTH316166A Repair Suspension Systems (Heavy Vehicles)
    Level 3
    Nominal Funding Hours 30

  • AURV223808A Carry out Soft Soldering
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 20

  • AURV223608A Carry out Acetylene Welding and Thermal Cutting
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURV281108A Carry out Manual Metal ARC Welding Procedures
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

  • AURV281208A Carry out Brazing Procedures
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 30

  • AURV281308A Carry out Gas Metal ARC (MIG) Welding Procedures
    Level 2
    Nominal Funding Hours 30
    CBC Level 2

Maximum Nominal Funding Hours for this Qualification (Maximum Allowed 1284)

  • Number of Compulsory Core Hours 60

  • Number of Descriptor (Stream Hours) for this Qualification?

  • Number of Elective Hours chosen for this Qualification?

  • Total Hours for this Quakification?

Signatures

  • For the Employer:

  • For the new Apprentice:

  • For Kangan Institute:

  • For the Host Employer:

  • For the School (School Based Apprentices):

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