Level 2 Automotive Engineering
Teacher in Charge: Mr C. Yearbury
LEARNING ACTIVITIES: This is a UNITEC Partnership course being offered at Lynfield College. It will enable students to complete NZQA Motor Industry Training Organisation units. Students will learn how to disassemble and assemble a four-cylinder engine. As well as learn how to tune an engine to increase engine power and learn how to service their own vehicles. Students will also learn about specialised tools and equipment. Students must achieve US29579 within the specified time frame in Term 1 to continue with this course.
This course links to the manufacturing and technology, service, and construction and infrastructure
sector pathway. These pathways encompass careers in vehicle fabrication, mechanic, automotive electrician, welding, mechanical engineering, marine, assemble apprenticeships, engineer, fitter/turners, machinist. Students build the foundation skills need for all trade career paths.
Recommended Prior Learning
No prior study required.
Total Credits Available: 18 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 18 credits.
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