AUR31016 – CERTIFICATE III IN AUTOMOTIVE SALES (PARTS INTERPRETING)

DESCRIPTION

This apprenticeship involves the sales, stock control and administration in relation to automotive replacement parts such as engine, brake and transmission components, batteries, headlights and tyres, as well as vehicle accessories.

Specifically, duties will include:

• Carrying out storage and stock control procedures

• Materials handling

• Customer advice and sales activities

• Receiving and filling orders and organising dispatches

• Identifying auto parts/components

Parts Interpreters provide parts for cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles, trailers and agricultural, industrial and marine equipment.

VENUE

Employer’s workshop and/or the MTA Institute campus, Freeway Office Park, Building 8, 2728 Logan Road, Eight Mile Plains.

LENGTH

The nominal duration to complete this competency based apprenticeship is 4 years full time. This duration is proportionately increased for part-time and school-based arrangements. The MTA Institute’s flexible training model takes into account the learner’s skills and knowledge acquired through previous training and experience. This may lead to a reduction in the time required to complete this apprenticeship.

DELIVERY

There are a range of methods used for our training and assessment which include written and oral questions / answers, and demonstration and observation of practical tasks

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

All apprenticeship entry requirements are available at the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training.

SERVICES

At the MTA Institute you will receive:

  • Flexible, quality training and assessment
  • Face-to-face workplace delivered training – we come to you
  • Qualified trainers with current industry experience, servicing the majority of Queensland towns and regional areas
  • Training tailored to suit you and your employer’s needs
  • An Australian Qualifications Framework certificate upon competent completion of all assessment requirements

FEE INFORMATION

In most cases the Queensland Government meets the cost of training. This means that neither the employer nor the apprentice pay for the training component of the Apprenticeship. However, learners may be required to pay a minimal Government contribution fee determined on an individual basis prior to enrolment.

An employer of an apprentice may be eligible for Commonwealth incentives. For further information contact Australian Apprenticeship Pathways on 1800 338 022 or go to their website www.aapathways.com.au.

CONSUMER RIGHTS

Please access all information in relation to consumer advice, rights and responsibilities at this Queensland Government website.

ENROL

Contact us at [email protected] or alternatively please contact one of the Australian Apprentice Support Network (AASN) providers on the  Australian Apprenticeships Government website.

Commencement usually occurs within 28 days of enrolment.