AUR40616 Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical Technology
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who service, diagnose and repair electrical systems and components in vehicles in the automotive electrical service and repair industry.
Employment pathways: Although it does not guarantee an employment outcome, completion of this qualification could lead to employment as an automotive electrical technician / automotive electrician.
Further study pathways: This qualification may provide a pathway to a range of Certificate IV level qualifications in the automotive electrical sector including, but not limited to, AUR40616 Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical Technology
Qualification Status: Current
Licensing requirements: No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Pre-requisite Qualification: AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology
Modes of Delivery
This qualification is delivered:
- Face to Face in a classroom
- Face to face in a simulated workplace environment
Location of Delivery
- Adderley Campus – 113 Adderley Street, West Melbourne
This course will only be delivered and assessed in Victoria and not offered for interstate students.
Domestic Full Fee
|Enrolment Fee||Material Fee||Tuition Fee||Total||Payment Plan Amount|
|Fees for Learner’s with completion of AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology, or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency||$150||$400||$5,330||$5,880||$210 |
Payment every week
Note: VET Student Loans, government funded subsidy or other financial support arrangements are not available. If students are accessing any government funding entitlement, that may reduce their ability to access such funding in the future (such as arrangements that limit funding to one qualification for a person).
Those undertaking AUR40616 Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical Technology must have completed AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology, or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency. Menzies has in place admission criteria as follows:
- Minimum age of 18 years and above
- Have physical attributes suitable for working in the automotive industry that encompasses manual handling of equipment including lifting and carrying heavy objects within scope of safe working practices (i.e. carrying diagnostic equipment and scan tools/equipment, removing and carrying vehicle electrical systems)
Additionally, the learner is required to:
- Meet the LLN Assessment at Level 3
Learner’s with completion of AUR30316 Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology, or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency
Total program duration is 28 weeks for delivery and assessment this includes a total of 6 weeks of holiday breaks. The total amount of training provided is 600 hours. Following table provides a breakdown of the actual number of hours for training and assessment:
|Face to face training and assessment||440|
|Work place training (work placement)||N/A|
|Private study and research||160|
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Students may request recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment. If requested, students will be provided with an RPL document allowing them to provide verifiable details of prior learning. The evidence will be assessed for currency and against requirements of the units of competency, and an amended program strategy will be prepared, taking into account the student’s prior learning. The duration and the costs of an RPL procedure will depend on your level of expertise and the amount of gap training required. Please contact us on
1300 244 002 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see what RPL options are available for you.
Click here to view the Course Guide 2018-2019 for Domestic Students.
Click here to view the Course Flyer for Domestic Students.
Following are the steps of the
Admissions and Enrolment Process for Domestic Students:
Step 1: Prospective learner previews information about course and the Institute.
▪ Information sources include but not limited to online, print, seminar/exhibition & marketing event.
Step 2: Prospective learner makes an enquiry to the Institute.
▪ Prospective learners may make the inquiry using online methods (website, Facebook, email), by phone or walk-in to the Institute.
Step 3: Discuss with Marketing and Admissions Staff about the training product.
Step 4: Complete the
Pre- Training Review (PTR)
▪ Provide all information and
documentation as required. The prospective learner is required to
complete Pre-Training Review Form
▪ Sit for the pre training interview
to determine the suitability to the training product.
▪ Complete the Foundation Skills
Step 5: Submit Formal
▪ Prospective leaner completes the
Domestic Student Application Form and sign Privacy Notice and Student
Declaration – which is the formal application endorsement.
Step 6: Sign and accept
the Letter of Offer and Student Agreement (LOO)
▪ This is the final stage for
applicant to understand and agree to all terms and conditions of the
Step 7: Make
▪ As outlined in the LOO, arrange the
initial payment required to confirm enrolment.
Step 8: Receive
Confirmation of Enrolment (COE)
▪ Domestic COE – Confirmation of
Enrolment received by student. Also information on Orientation Day is
Step 9: Attend
▪ Compulsory session to receive all
course and student orientation information, student registration,
uniform sizing and student ID cards issuance.