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Skills First RPL Assessor Kits are developed by the State of Queensland (Department of
Education, Training and the Arts) and are based on the Skills First philosophy of providing
client focussed, streamlined, and flexible RPL.

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owner of material contained within the original RPL Assessor Kit.

Permission is given to Registered Training Organisations to use, reproduce and adapt this
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If you would like any further information, please email rpl@deta.qld.gov.au
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                      HOW TO USE THIS RPL ASSESSOR KIT

This RPL Assessor Kit is divided into sections to allow you to easily access only those sections you
require at any given time. These sections are:


SECTION A – Assessor Information
You need to read this information before conducting an assessment. It outlines the intent and
processes surrounding this RPL assessment and how it differs from assessment undertaken
following formal training.


SECTION B – Candidate Information and Application Forms
You give this information to the candidate. It tells them about the assessment process as well as
containing simple forms for the applicant to fill out. From the information provided by the candidate
on these forms, you will be able to gain a general understanding of the skills and experience the
candidate may have, as well as potential referee contacts.


SECTION C – Competency Conversation and Record of Conversation
Sheets
You use this section to determine and record candidate competence via a competency
conversation. In other words, these questions guide your conversation with the applicant and assist
in your assessment of their competence. The notes you take about this conversation are important
evidence for assessment.


SECTION D – Practical Tasks and Observation Recording Sheets
You use this section to assess competencies through a practical demonstration of the candidate‟s
skills. It contains practical tasks/scenarios on the outcomes required to determine competency and
a place to record your observation. The notes you take are important evidence for assessment.


SECTION E – Resources for Practical Tasks
You use this section to access required resources for performing practical tasks and scenarios.


SECTION F – Third Party Verification
You give this section to the referees to confirm the candidate‟s skills and experience in this
qualification/occupation. The referees may fill out the appropriate form and return to you to confirm
your judgement. You may be able to complete this part of evidence gathering in person while at the
workplace.


SECTION G – Assessment Tables
You use this table as a reference tool to see at a glance how units/elements of competency are
assessed within the tool. All the elements and performance criteria within the competency units are
cross-matched in this table with a corresponding assessment question/task/scenario. This allows
you to validate the assessment process against the qualification.




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                     SECTION A
               Assessor Information
It is VITAL you read this information prior to commencing your RPL assessment. It provides
generic information on assessment, as well as an overview of this streamlined RPL assessment
process.




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                               ADVICE FOR ASSESSORS


This RPL Assessor Kit streamlines the RPL assessment process for Certificate III in Motorsport by
taking a practical approach to RPL and increasing the use of on-site questioning and observation.
This will assist in developing a “picture of the candidate‟s skills and knowledge”. This picture can
then be compared with industry standards enabling a determination of whether the candidate has
achieved the required outcomes.

IMPORTANT ASPECTS TO REMEMBER:

A sound knowledge of assessment and the qualification is essential

It is important to have a good understanding of the competencies and qualification/s appropriate to
the candidate‟s goals.

Assessing a single unit of competency is rarely cost or time effective. Where possible, effort should
be made to assess several units at the same time taking advantage of any commonality in content.
This means looking at the whole picture of a particular job role as it happens in industry and
assessing holistically. This saves valuable time in the assessment process.

Assessment involves judgement

This tool encourages the use of a “competency conversation” to maximise the candidate‟s
opportunities to demonstrate competence. This is NOT an oral exam. It is about using the two or
three holistic questions provided to start a conversation with the candidate which draws out their
actual individual experiences and relevant skills. In other words, it is about the assessor probing
the candidate through a conversation to draw out further information on the candidate‟s experience
which may not be forthcoming due to nerves or confusion over technical terminology.

The tool also provides observable tasks to allow candidates to demonstrate skills.

Authentication/verification is integral to RPL assessment

It is critical information gleaned from the interview and observation be confirmed with those who
can vouch for the candidate‟s skill over time. Supervisors would generally perform this role.
Authentication may also be done through conversation but it cannot be stressed enough that it is
essential assessors take careful notes to back up and record their judgement.

Recording assessment is critical

Keep careful records of all aspects of conversations, skills demonstration or documentation viewed
that support the claim of prior learning. Remember – the record is the document that makes sense
of the assessment and why a particular judgment was made. Keeping detailed notes about the
candidate‟s response is vital, as is the rationale for judgement.

The assessment record is a legal document and must be signed, dated and stored according to
requirements of the State Training Authority and the AQTF Standards for Registered Training
Organisations.

Assessor summaries and other quality assurance documentation from your own Registered
Training Organisation will also be required. For examples of assessment summary documentation,
please see Assessment Guide Number 1: Training Package Assessment Materials Kit:
http://resourcegenerator.gov.au/loadpage.asp?page=TPAGGuide01.htm




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To access further information on the principles assessment and dimensions of competency, you
can visit Assessment Guide Number 1: Training Package Assessment Materials Kit.
http://resourcegenerator.gov.au/loadpage.asp?page=TPAGGuide01.htm

To access further information on the Australian Qualifications Framework, you can visit:
http://www.aqf.edu.au/




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                   COMPETENCIES IN THIS RPL ASSESSOR KIT

AUR30905 Certificate III in Motorsport
CORE UNITS

 Unit Code            Unit Title                                               Questions          Practical
 AURC270103A          Apply safe work practices                                                      
 AURT366108A          Carry out diagnostic procedures                                                
 AURT271781A          Implement and monitor environmental regulation
                      and best practice in the automotive mechanical                                 
                      industry
 AURT201170A          Inspect and service engines                                                    
 AURT202170A          Inspect and service cooling engines                                            
 AURT203170A          Service petrol fuel systems                                                    
 AURT303166A          Repair petrol fuel systems                                                     
 AURT306170A          Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and
                                                                                                     
                      associated components
 AURT206670A          Inspect and service transmissions (manual)                                     
 AURT306666A          Repair transmissions (manual)                                                  
 AURT210170A          Inspect and service braking systems                                            
 AURT310166A          Repair hydraulic braking systems                                               
 AURT312666A          Repair final drive assemblies                                                  
 AURT313166A          Repair final drive (driveline)                                                 
 AURT315166A          Repair steering systems                                                        
 AURT316166A          Repair suspension systems                                                      
 AURE218708A          Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits                                
 AURE320666A          Repair ignition systems                                                        
 AURE319166A          Repair charging systems                                                        
 AURE319266A          Repair starting systems                                                        
 AURM240080A          Operate in a motorsport environment                                            
 AURM240172A          Set up and dismantle temporary work location and
                                                                                                     
                      equipment
 AURM340204A          Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle                                     
 AURM340312A          Collect and log motorsport data                                                
 AURM340413A          Comply with motorsport team and event safety
                                                                                                     
                      requirements
 AURM340550A          Conduct non-destructive testing                                                
 AURM340851A          Perform competition vehicle preparation procedures
                                                                                                     
                      at event
 AURM340951A          Perform pit lane/service area operations                                       
 AURM341051A          Perform torquing and fastening                                                 
 AURM341149A          Prepare competition vehicle and support equipment
                                                                                                     
                      for transportation




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ELECTIVE UNITS

 Unit Code         Unit Title                                             Questions          Practical
 AURM340607A       Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition
                                                                                                
                   vehicles
 AURC251677A       Use numbers in the workplace                                                 
 AURT225667A       Use and maintain measuring equipment                                         
 AURT270278A       Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment                               
 AURT334972A       Set, operate and monitor specialist machines                                 
 MEM07005B         Perform general machining                                                    
 AURT225156A       Read and interpret engineering drawings                                      
 AURT225191A       Produce drawings from design concepts                                        
 AURT225291A       Produce patterns and templates                                               
 AURV281408A       Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding processes                           
 MEM05004C         Perform routine oxy acetylene welding                                        
 MEM05050B         Perform routine gas metal arc (MIG) welding                                  
 AURV224508A       Carry out fabrication of components                                          
 AURT217108A       Carry out wheel alignment operations                                         




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                    OVERVIEW OF RECOGNITION PROCESS


This RPL Assessor Kit has been developed to streamline the application for recognition of prior
learning.




                                     APPLICATION




                                   INTERVIEW and
                                 DOCUMENT REVIEW




                                    COMPETENCY
                                   CONVERSATION




                                      PRACTICAL                          GAP TRAINING
                                     ASSESSMENT                            (ONLY IF
                                                                          REQUIRED)




                            ISSUE QUALIFICATION- RTO




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        RPL ASSESSMENT PROCESS FLOWCHART FOR ASSESSORS

          Assessment Activity                               Record keeping Activity

                      Step 1:                                           Step 2:
            Analyse the application.                        Record results of analysis in table
           Identify links between any                            at end of application
         documents applicant provides
             and competency units.
         Identify any key questions for
           competency conversation.



                   Step 3:                                             Step 4:
              Conduct competency                               Complete the Record of
                 conversation                               Conversation sheets during the
                                                              competency conversation




                     Step 5:                                           Step 6:
         Identify any practical activities                  Complete Practical Assessment
        required to confirm competency                        Tasks Observation Sheets
           Observe practical activity




                      Step 7:                                          Step 8:
        Identify areas where 3rd party                       Receive completed Third party
       verification is needed and inform                               reports
                    candidate.
                           rd
       Confirm / Verify 3 party reports




                                  Complete assessment sign off & file
                                            documentation.
                                   Issue qualification / advise of gap
                                        training as appropriate
                                                                                     * Remember RPL
                                                                                     assessment is an
                                                                                     accumulative process
                                                                                     of collecting evidence.




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                                 STEPS IN THE RPL PROCESS

1. Complete application
The candidate completes the application forms in SECTION B. It is important candidates provide
as much information of their previous experience in the motorsport industry as is available.
Documents that may be available include but are not limited to:
              any licences
              brief CV or work history
              certificates/results of assessment
              indentures/trade papers
              certificates/results of assessment – interstate/overseas
              certificates/results of assessment – universities
              results/statement of attendance/certificates – vendor training courses, in-house
               courses, workshops, seminars, symposiums
              results/statements of attendance/ certificates – club courses e.g. first aid, officials, surf
               life saving, etc
              tickets held eg forklift, crane, etc
              photographs of work undertaken
              diaries/task sheets/job sheets/log books
              membership of relevant professional associations
              hobbies/interests/special skills outside work
              references/letters from previous employers/supervisors
              industry awards
              any other documentation that may demonstrate industry experience
Candidates also need to provide contact details for one or two referees who can confirm their
industry skills in context and over time.

To have skills formally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework, you must ensure
the candidate‟s skills meet industry standards.


2. Interview about candidate’s documentary information
Review the information provided by the candidate and arrange a time for both you and the
candidate to discuss. Begin alignment of documentation and skills to the following qualification:

                                  AUR30905 Certificate III in Motorsport

The candidate will have the opportunity to discuss and identify previous experience with you. The
available documents are step one in collecting information and you will need to determine which
units of competency, if any, are fully covered at this stage. You use your own or your RTO‟s
assessment recording forms to record this stage of the assessment.

There may be instances where the candidate has little, or no, documentary information of industry
experience. This is not a barrier to gaining recognition. This will just require you to rely on the
questioning, practical assessment and referee validation phases of the RPL process.




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3. Questions for the Competency Conversation
The bank of questions in SECTION C is the next phase in collecting evidence for the RPL process.
The questions are designed to enable you to have a “competency conversation” with the candidate
to further gain evidence of their past experience. REMEMBER, the primary focus is on the
candidate‟s experience.

Each question has “key points” to look for in responses. You may use the list of key points to
formulate questions of your own if you wish, or contextualise the question to the candidate‟s
particular work situation. The Record of Conversation sheets indicate relevant content that should
be sought. Place a tick next to each key point as you hear this topic being discussed during the
conversation. You should read the “industry requirements” of each competency before the
candidate answers the questions posed. You may also target the assessment to those aspects that
present the greatest risk in the industry. Questions are aligned with the relevant unit/s of
competency in SECTION G.

It is not intended every question for all competencies is asked, only those competencies the initial
interview about the candidate‟s documentary evidence has failed to fully address. The question
bank covers most but not all units in the kit. Units without questions are covered in the practical
assessment/scenario section.


4. Practical assessment tasks
It is important that you use both Steps 3 (Questioning) and 4 (Practical Assessment) in doing this
assessment. The RPL process is a streamlined RPL process which does not rely solely on
practical assessment but uses a combination of questioning and practical to provide evidence of
candidate competence.

This is the third phase in collecting evidence. A practical skills test is then conducted by you at the
candidate‟s workplace or another suitable venue. Appropriate permission must be sought before
entering workplaces.

This is a further opportunity for candidate to demonstrate competence. It is expected the practical
assessment will comprise only those competencies the candidate is still unable to demonstrate
knowledge/experience in after documentary review and questioning have been applied. These
assessments contain the practical skills and application of knowledge for the qualification. A
number of holistic practical assessments are included in this kit (SECTION D) to assist you with
tasks suitable for observation on the job.

You decide if the response to questions and practical assessment tasks fulfils the requirements of
the standard and may choose to pursue the issue further for a determination to be made. The
assessment is a conversation/observation, not an exam, and you are encouraged to assist
candidates to focus responses toward relevant issues.

Assessing through observation and questioning, particularly on the job, will speed up and
streamline the RPL assessment process.

NOTE: Where candidate‟s documentation and questions meet the assessment requirement, it is
still strongly recommended the candidate undertake one practical assessment so you are confident
in making a judgement of “competent”. The practical assessment selection should be negotiated
between you and the candidate.

Recording sheets for candidate information, questioning and the practical assessments have been
included in SECTION D. You may use other recording mechanisms provided these also keep a


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complete record of assessment and justification of judgement. Candidate responses, observations
of skills demonstrated and documents presented as evidence must be noted in enough detail so
anyone external to the process (e.g. a fellow assessor, auditor, lawyer, etc) can read the record
and retrace your judgement.


5. Gap training
RPL is an assessment process designed to show areas of competence and to identify IF a
candidate has gaps in skills and knowledge against a whole qualification.

Not all candidates will have skill/knowledge gaps.

If a candidate has skills gaps, a pathway to complete training in the outstanding units can be
negotiated to assist the client to gain the full qualification.




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                                          EVIDENCE REVIEW

Recognition of prior learning outcomes (both Granted and Not Granted) are now funded nationally
and as such will be included in National AVETMISS audits. NCVER have stipulated evidence
recording requirements for RPL assessments as a minimum requirement for passing an
AVETMISS audit. The following “Evidence Review” proforma has been approved by NCVER as
covering AVETMISS audit requirements for RPL recorded outcomes. It also gives you an
opportunity to track a student‟s assessment progress at a glance.

It is expected that this “Evidence Review” summary sheet (or similar) would be attached to each
participant‟s evidence compiled during the RPL assessment process.

(Place a tick in the appropriate evidence collection method column for each unit of competency. Place a line through
those units not examined as part of this RPL assessment.)




                                                                                                         Documents
                                                                             Questions




                                                                                                                                 evidence
                                                                                             Practical




                                                                                                                     3 Party
 Unit Code          Unit Title




                                                                                                                     Report

                                                                                                                                 Other
                                                                                                                     rd
 Core Units
 AURC270103A        Apply safe work practices
 AURT366108A        Carry out diagnostic procedures
 AURT271781A        Implement and monitor environmental
                    regulation and best practice in the automotive
                    mechanical industry
 AURT201170A        Inspect and service engines
 AURT202170A        Inspect and service cooling engines
 AURT203170A        Service petrol fuel systems
 AURT303166A        Repair petrol fuel systems
 AURT306170A        Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies
                    and associated components
 AURT206670A        Inspect and service transmissions (manual)
 AURT306666A        Repair transmissions (manual)
 AURT210170A        Inspect and service braking systems
 AURT310166A        Repair hydraulic braking systems
 AURT312666A        Repair final drive assemblies
 AURT313166A        Repair final drive (driveline)
 AURT315166A        Repair steering systems
 AURT316166A        Repair suspension systems
 AURE218708A        Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits
 AURE320666A        Repair ignition systems
 AURE319166A        Repair charging systems
 AURE319266A        Repair starting systems
 AURM240080A        Operate in a motorsport environment
 AURM240172A        Set up and dismantle temporary work location




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                                                                                                Documents
                                                                    Questions




                                                                                                                        evidence
                                                                                    Practical




                                                                                                            3 Party
 Unit Code         Unit Title




                                                                                                            Report

                                                                                                                        Other
                                                                                                            rd
                   and equipment
 AURM340204A       Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle
 AURM340312A       Collect and log motorsport data
 AURM340413A       Comply with motorsport team and event safety
                   requirements
 AURM340550A       Conduct non-destructive testing
 AURM340851A       Perform competition vehicle preparation
                   procedures at event
 AURM340951A       Perform pit lane/service area operations
 AURM341051A       Perform torquing and fastening
 AURM341149A       Prepare competition vehicle and support
                   equipment for transportation
 Elective Units
 AURM340607A       Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition
                   vehicles
 AURC251677A       Use numbers in the workplace
 AURT225667A       Use and maintain measuring equipment
 AURT270278A       Use and maintain workplace tools and
                   equipment
 AURT334972A       Set, operate and monitor specialist machines
 MEM07005B         Perform general machining
 AURT225156A       Read and interpret engineering drawings
 AURT225191A       Produce drawings from design concepts
 AURT225291A       Produce patterns and templates
 AURV281408A       Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding
                   processes
 MEM05004C         Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
 MEM05050B         Perform routine gas metal arc (MIG) welding
 AURV224508A       Carry out fabrication of components
 AURT217108A       Carry out wheel alignment operations



Assessor’s Name:

Assessor’s Signature:

Date:




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                      SECTION B
   Candidate Information and
      Application Forms
You give this information to the candidate for them to read about the RPL process and to complete
the appropriate forms.




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         WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE RECOGNISED IN MOTORSPORT?

Workers in this field also contain competencies in automotive light vehicle.               The motorsport
industry is a vibrant and dynamic industry that is constantly changing.

Motorsport mechanics may perform the following tasks:

         discuss problems with car drivers or vehicle owners/operators to discover faults, listen to
          engines, fit and operate special test equipment and test drive vehicles
         repair or replace worn and faulty parts by removing assemblies such as engines,
          transmissions, differentials or steering gear; dismantle them and check parts, referring to
          manuals as necessary
         reassemble, test, clean and adjust repaired or replaced parts or assemblies, use various
          instruments to make sure they are working properly and put them back into the vehicle
         tune engines using special electronic equipment and make fine adjustments (e.g. to
          carburettors) for smoother running
         carry out minor body repairs and minor trim repairs
         diagnose, repair and replace engine management/fuel injection components
         use oxy, electric, TIG and MIG welders
         test and repair electrical systems such as lighting, instrumentation, ignition and electronic
          fuel injection

Motorsport vehicle motor mechanics operate in workshops and trackside/events and wear
protective clothing. They need to keep up with changes in motor industry technology.

With the changes in automotive technology, there are now more electronic controls and computers
fitted to vehicles. Remaining up to date with these changes in the motorsport industry is vital.

Personal Requirements:

         enjoy practical and manual activities
         able to work with hand tools
         technical aptitude
         problem-solving skills
         physically fit/physical agility
         normal eyesight and hearing
         team work/be a team player




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         TIPS AND HINTS TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR RECOGNITION


To have skills formally recognised in the national system, assessors must make sure you have the
skills and knowledge to meet the industry standard. This means you must be involved in a careful
and comprehensive process that covers the content of all unit/s or qualification/s you can be
recognised for.

Assessment happens in a variety of ways. Being prepared can save you valuable time and hassle
and make the recognition process stress-free for you.

Here are some tips and hints for you:

     1. Be prepared to talk about your job roles and your work history. Bring a resume or jot down
        a few points about where you have worked, either paid or unpaid, and what you did there.

     2. Bring your position description and any performance appraisals you have from any
        motorsport facilities you have worked in.

     3. Consider the possibilities for workplace contact. Are you in a workplace that is supporting
        your goal to get qualified? Would you feel comfortable to have the assessor contact your
        workplace or previous workplaces so your skills can be validated?

     4. Think about who can confirm your skill level. Think about current or recent supervisors who
        have seen you work in the past 18 months and will be able to confirm your skills. The
        assessor will need to contact them. You may also have community contacts or even clients
        themselves who can vouch for your skill level.

     5. Collect any certificates from in-house training or formal training you have done in the past.

     6. You can speak with your training organisation about other ways you can show your skills in
        the motorsport industry. These could be letters from employers, records of your
        professional development sessions, employers or clients in related industries or
        government agencies, acknowledgements, workplace forms (as long as they don‟t show
        client details) or other relevant documents.




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                                 STEPS IN THE RPL PROCESS


Step 1 – Provide information of your skills and experience
Complete the attached forms and provide as much information of your previous experience in the
motorsport industry as you can. This is your first opportunity (and not the last) to provide proof of
your variety of experience in the industry. Here you can supply examples of your work history
which could include:

              any licences
              brief CV or work history
              certificates/results of assessment
              indentures/trade papers
              certificates/results of assessment – interstate/overseas
              certificates/results of assessment – universities
              results/statement of attendance/certificates – vendor training courses, in-house
               courses, workshops, seminars, symposiums
              results/statements of attendance/ certificates – club courses e.g. first aid, officials, surf
               life saving, etc
              tickets held eg forklift, crane, etc
              photographs of work undertaken
              diaries/task sheets/job sheets/log books
              membership of relevant professional associations
              hobbies/interests/special skills outside work
              references/letters from previous employers/supervisors
              industry awards
              any other documentation that may demonstrate industry experience

Depending on the industry you have worked in, you may or may not have documentary evidence
available. This should not deter you from seeking RPL as the Assessor will work with you during
the RPL process.

You will also need to supply contact details of one or two work referees who can confirm your skills
in the industry.


Step 2 – Conversation with Assessor
An assessor will review the information you have provided (usually with you) and begin to match
up your skills to the units/subjects in the qualification. At this point, you will have the opportunity to
discuss and identify your previous experience with the assessor who will understand your industry
experience and conduct a competency conversation with you. You will be required to answer
motorsport industry related questions to identify your current skills.


Step 3 – Practical demonstration of your skills
The assessor will conduct a practical skills test at your workplace (if appropriate) or at another
suitable venue. This, again, is an opportunity to demonstrate your level of competence. This
assessment will be focussed on skills that are required in the qualification. Your assessor will
identify the skills that he/she will want you to demonstrate.




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Further steps
After the assessment, your assessor will give you information about the skills that have been
recognised and whether you have gained the full qualification. If you do have skill gaps, these may
be addressed through flexible training.




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                   APPLICATION – Self Assessment Questionnaire
                             AUR30905 Certificate III in Motorsport


Candidate Name:                                                       Date Completed:

Please identify your level of experience in each competency.


      Unit Code                          Unit Title                           I have performed these tasks
                                                                           Frequently    Sometimes        Never
 CORE UNITS
 AURC270103A        Apply safe work practices
 AURT366108A        Carry out diagnostic procedures
 AURT271781A        Implement and monitor environmental
                    regulation and best practice in the automotive
                    mechanical industry
 AURT201170A        Inspect and service engines
 AURT202170A        Inspect and service cooling engines
 AURT203170A        Service petrol fuel systems
 AURT303166A        Repair petrol fuel systems
 AURT306170A        Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies
                    and associated components
 AURT206670A        Inspect and service transmissions (manual)
 AURT306666A        Repair transmissions (manual)
 AURT210170A        Inspect and service braking systems
 AURT310166A        Repair hydraulic braking systems
 AURT312666A        Repair final drive assemblies
 AURT313166A        Repair final drive (driveline)
 AURT315166A        Repair steering systems
 AURT316166A        Repair suspension systems
 AURE218708A        Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits
 AURE320666A        Repair ignition systems
 AURE319166A        Repair charging systems
 AURE319266A        Repair starting systems
 AURM240080A        Operate in a motorsport environment
 AURM240172A        Set up and dismantle temporary work location
                    and equipment
 AURM340204A        Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle
 AURM340312A        Collect and log motorsport data
 AURM340413A        Comply with motorsport team and event safety
                    requirements
 AURM340550A        Conduct non-destructive testing
 AURM340851A        Perform competition vehicle preparation
                    procedures at event




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      Unit Code                       Unit Title                       I have performed these tasks
                                                                    Frequently    Sometimes        Never
 AURM340951A       Perform pit lane/service area operations
 AURM341051A       Perform torquing and fastening
 AURM341149A       Prepare competition vehicle and support
                   equipment for transportation
 ELECTIVE UNITS
 AURM340607A       Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition
                   vehicles
 AURC251677A       Use numbers in the workplace
 AURT225667A       Use and maintain measuring equipment
 AURT270278A       Use and maintain workplace tools and
                   equipment
 AURT334972A       Set, operate and monitor specialist machines
 MEM07005B         Perform general machining
 AURT225156A       Read and interpret engineering drawings
 AURT225191A       Produce drawings from design concepts
 AURT225291A       Produce patterns and templates
 AURV281408A       Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding
                   processes
 MEM05004C         Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
 MEM05050B         Perform routine gas metal arc (MIG) welding
 AURV224508A       Carry out fabrication of components
 AURT217108A       Carry out wheel alignment operations



Candidate Signature:                                                 Date:




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                                     RPL APPLICATION FORM

Applicant Details:

 1. Occupation you are seeking
 recognition in
 2. Personal Details
 Surname
 Preferred Title (Mr, Mrs, Ms, Miss)
 First Name/s
 Any other name used
 Home Address



 Postal address if different from above



 Telephone Numbers                         Home:               Work:
                                           Mobile:             Fax:
 Date of Birth                                /      /
 Gender                                    MALE  / FEMALE 
 Age
 Are you a permanent Resident of           YES  / NO 
 Australia
 3. Current Employment

                                           YES  / NO 
 Are you currently employed?
                                           ………………………………………………………
 If Yes, in which occupation are you
 currently employed?

                                           ……………………………………………………….
 Who is your current employer?


 4. Armed Forces details (If Applicable)
 Branch of Service


 Trade classification on discharge




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 5. Further Training
 Have you undertaken any training         YES  / NO 
 courses related to the occupation
 applied for?
 If Yes
 What occupation were you trained in?
 Training completion date (month, year)
 Country where you trained
 Name of course and institution (if
 applicable)
 6. Is there any further information
 you wish to give in support of your
 application




 7. Professional Referees (relevant to work situation)


 Name                                     ……………………………………………………………………

 Position                                 ……………………………………………………………………

 Organisation                             ……………………………………………………………………

 Phone Number                             ……………………………………………………………………

 Mobile Number                            ……………………………………………………………………

 Email Address                            ……………………………………………………………………


 Name                                     ……………………………………………………………………

 Position                                 ……………………………………………………………………

 Organisation                             ……………………………………………………………………

 Phone Number                             ……………………………………………………………………

 Mobile Number                            ……………………………………………………………………

 Email Address                            ……………………………………………………………………




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                      APPLICANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY FORM

  Name, Address and    Period of Employment   Position Held       Full Time          Description of Major Duties
   Phone number of
     Employers
                          (DD/MM/YYYY)                            Part-time
                         From       To
                                                                   Casual
 1.




 2.




 3.




 4.




Attach additional sheet if required

If you are including documents in your application, please provide a brief description below

 Document Description                         Office Use Only – Assessor to use this section to align
 (e.g. resume, photos, awards etc)              documents to specific units of competency and identify key
                                                questions for competency conversation




Declaration
I declare that the information contained in this application is true and correct and that all
documents are genuine.

Candidate Signature:                                                          Date


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                       SECTION C
   Competency Conversation
       and Record of
     Conversation Sheets
        This section assists the assessor in documenting the competency conversation.

                           Do NOT give this section to the candidate.

Once you have assessed the candidate‟s documentary information and determined which
competencies you still require more information/evidence on, you use the question bank and
Record of Conversation sheets in this section to document evidence of past experience. It is not
intended that every question for all competencies be discussed during the conversation, only those
competencies the initial documentary review has failed to fully address.

Each question has “key points” to look for in responses. You may use the list of key points to
formulate questions of your own if you wish, or contextualise or rephrase the suggested question to
the candidate‟s particular work situation. The questions are not intended to be a formal „script‟ for
the assessor to follow, but to provide guidance in exploring the range of the candidate‟s skills,
knowledge and experience in performing a particular task or function.

The Record of Conversation sheets indicate relevant content that should be sought. Place a tick
next to each key point as you hear this topic being discussed during the conversation. In doing so,
you are making a statement of fact about what you hear the candidate say during the competency
conversation. Use the Comments section to provide further detail about the context of the
discussion or briefly outline any examples discussed by the candidate. You may also use the
Comments section to make a brief analysis of the responses or summary judgements about the
quality of the candidate‟s responses in relation to the requirements of the competency standard.

Remember, the notes you take about this conversation are important evidence and should be
retained in the candidate‟s assessment record.




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                                        QUESTION BANK

                   Note to Assessors: Refer to “Record of Conversation” sheets

 Unit of                                                   Question
 Competency

 Generic           A: What are the key steps you have undertaken to prepare your work area before
 Component:           starting work on a motor vehicle?
 Plan and          B: How have you arranged your work to complete it in a timely manner?
 Prepare
                   C: Outline the processes that you have undertaken to conduct an inspection of a
                      system and/or components.

 Generic           D: On completion of a job, describe the process followed to clean up your work area.
 Component:
                   E:   How have you maintained and stored your tools and equipment at the end of the
 Clean up work          day?
 area

 Generic           F:   Discuss the general communication that you undertake on a day to day basis.
 Component:             Include written communication and how you give and receive direction/s.
 Communication

 Generic           G: Outline the different tools and equipment that you use in the workplace. What are
 Component:           the specific considerations that you make when selecting tools and equipment?
 Tools and         H: How do you service, maintain and store your tools and equipment?
 equipment

 Generic           I:   What quality processes do you routinely follow to ensure your work is always of a
 Component:             high standard?
 Quality

 COMPULSORY UNITS

 AURC270103A       1. What are the main safety related considerations in the motorsport environment and
                      why do you employ these?
 Apply safe
 working           2. Describe some of the major hazards relating to motorsport and the pit area at
 practices            motorsport events and actions that you have taken to control these hazards.
                   3. Explain emergency procedures for extinguishing fires, first aid and evacuation
                      during motorsport events.

 AURT271781A       4. What precautions do you use to minimise the effects on the environment of the
                      motorsport activities you are involved in terms of waste and pollution?
 Implement and
 monitor
 environmental
 regulations in
 the automotive
 workplace




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 Unit of                                                   Question
 Competency

 AURT366108A        5. Outline the diagnostic equipment you have used in the workshop (both in a
                       mechanical and motorsport environment), and the situations in which that piece of
 Carry out
                       equipment is most suitable.
 diagnostic
 procedures         6. Discuss the steps you follow in diagnosing faults in vehicles during a motorsport
                       event. Use an example to illustrate your diagnostic method.

 MOTORSPORT INVENTORY

 AURT201170A        7. Outline the process you have undertaken to service an engine. Discuss the
                       techniques you have used to inspect and subsequently analyse the results. How
 Inspect and
                       have you used these results to determine the service requirements of the engine?
 service engines

 AURT202170A        8. Discuss the process that you have undertaken to inspect and service cooling
                       systems. Outline how you have inspected the cooling system and analysed the
 Inspect and
                       results of the inspection.
 service cooling
 systems            9. Discuss the common effects and problems encountered with cooling systems during
                       a motorsport event.

 AURT203170A        10. How have you serviced a fuel system trackside? What precautions did you take
                        when conducting this service?
 Service petrol
 fuel systems       11. Discuss the main problems that you have encountered during a race that affect the
                        fuel system.

 AURT303166A        12. Using the above example, discuss the process that you undertook to service the
                        engine during a motorsport event. Describe the effects of temperature and humidity
 Repair petrol
                        on fuel system performance and how you repair/modify the fuel system to
 fuel systems
                        compensate to suit the conditions.
                    13. What precautions are necessary when repairing a fuel system at an event to prevent
                        fire and protect the components from damage/foreign matter entry?

 AURT306170A        14. Discuss methods that you have used to test clutch systems. Outline the
                        service/repair procedures undertaken on the system.
 Inspect, service
 and/or repair      15. What are the major problems encountered in a clutch system during motorsport
 clutch                 events? How can the system be designed/modified to overcome problems
 assemblies             encountered during events?

 AURT206670A        16. Describe the key components in testing and analysing manual transmissions.
                        Discuss transmission faults that you have encountered during a race/event and how
 Inspect and
                        you overcame these problems.
 service
 transmissions      17. Using the above example, describe the process for repairing manual transmissions.
 (manual)               How did you fix the problem in that situation?
 AURT306666A
 Repair
 transmissions
 (manual)

 AURT210170A        18. Discuss the process that you have undertaken to inspect and analyse braking
                        systems. How have you monitored performance and maintained the braking system
 Inspect and
                        in race conditions?
 service braking
 systems




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 Unit of                                                      Question
 Competency

 AURT310166A         19. How have you repaired the braking system during a meeting and what was required
                         to complete the repair to make the vehicle competitive again?
 Repair
 hydraulic           20. How have you constructed/modified a braking system to improve its performance?
 braking                 Discuss the success of this construction/modification.
 systems

 AURT312666A         21. How have you replaced/repaired a final drive to complete an event?
 Repair final        22. How have you modified ratios/gearing to alter the vehicles performance during a
 drive                   meeting to make it more competitive?
 assemblies

 AURT313166A         23. How have you designed/modified a driveline assembly to improve a vehicle‟s
                         performance for racing purposes or to make it handle more power without failing?
 Repair final
 drive driveline

 AURT315166A         24. Discuss how you have diagnosed/identified steering system faults.

 Repair steering     25. Describe how you have repaired steering faults caused during racing and how you
 systems                 set the steering system up to suit the racing conditions.



 AURT316166A         26. Explain how you have identified problems and carried out repairs of suspension/axle
                         assemblies during motorsport events.
 Repair
 suspension          27. What specific safety considerations have you made when working on suspension
 systems                 components?

 AURE218708A         28. Discuss an example of when you have used a multimeter to find and repair faults in
                         an electrical system.
 Carry out
 repairs to single   29. Discuss some the problems that you have encountered during a meeting that
 electrical              required you to repair the electrical system. How did you make those repairs?
 circuits

 AURE320666A         30. Discuss the procedures for identifying and repairing ignition system faults on both
                         Kettering and Electronic ignition systems.
 Repair ignition
 systems

 AURE191666A         31. Describe how you have diagnosed and repaired a fault with a charging system.
 Repair charging     32. Outline why correct operation of the charging system is important to a vehicle
 systems                 operating in a motorsport environment.

 AURE319266A         33. Discuss how you test, diagnose and repair faults in starting systems. Why are these
                         procedures important in the operation of starting systems?
 Repair starting
 systems             34. Outline the key differences between electrical and mechanical systems and how you
                         have serviced and repaired both types of systems.

 AURM240080A         35. Describe your role, the roles of others and how they relate to the team structure.
                         (Consider events and the motorsport industry as a whole including categories and
 Operate in a            other teams).
 motorsport
 environment         36. How have you worked with your supervisor/s to develop career plans, identify
                         opportunities for training and meet team expectations?
                     37. Outline your interpretation of the role of the governing bodies and the legislation
                         relating to motorsport and how it affects safety and competition.




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 Unit of                                                   Question
 Competency

 AURM240172A       38. Discuss an example of when you have had to erect and dismantle a temporary
                       shelter assembly and then had to position equipment for ease of access, security,
 Set up and
                       safety, logical workflow and ergonomic use.
 dismantle
 temporary work
 location and
 equipment

 AURM340204A       39. Discuss the construction, modification and compliance with regulations of a
                       competition vehicle you have constructed.
 Assemble and
 prepare a         40. Outline any changes that were required to obtain compliance.
 competition
 vehicle

 AURM340312A       41. Discuss how you collect and log data relating to the operation/improvements made
                       to a vehicle. Who uses this information and how is it dispersed within the team?
 Collect and log
 motorsport data   42. How did you use that data to improve/repair the vehicle or prepare the vehicle for
                       events?

 AURM340413A       43. Discuss how you have ensured the safety of crew and pit areas during the running
                       of an event including the safe storage of materials, PPE and requirements of the
 Comply with
                       controlling bodies.
 motorsport
 team and event
 safety
 requirements

 AURM340550A       44. Outline how you go about non-destructive testing of components for use on your
                       vehicle.
 Conduct non-
 destructive
 testing

 AURM340851A       45. Describe the methods you use to prepare a vehicle for scrutineering at an event.
 Perform
 competition
 vehicle
 preparation
 procedures at
 an event

 AURM340951A       46. Outline the procedures you have used for pit lane servicing of a competition vehicle.
 Perform pit
 lane/service
 area operations

 AURM341051A       47. Outline and describe the fastening and torqueing methods you have used when
                       assembling a vehicle.
 Perform
 torquing and
 fastening




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 Unit of                                                 Question
 Competency

 AURM341149A       48. Discuss the methods that you have used for transporting vehicles and equipment to
                       and from a race meeting.
 Prepare
 competition
 vehicle and
 support
 equipment for
 transportation

 AURM340607A       49. Outline the methods you have used to construct pipes and hoses for a vehicle and
                       how you ensured they met the rules and regulations.
 Construct
 hose/pipe
 assemblies for
 competition
 vehicles

 AURT217108A       50. Describe the way that you carry out wheel alignments and what machinery and
                       methods you use.
 Carry out wheel
 alignment         51. Outline the considerations that you make when working on wheel alignments at an
 operations            event.

 AURV224508A       52. When fabricating components how do you select materials and techniques to ensure
                       that strength and safety issues and tolerances are met.
 Carry out
 fabrication of
 components

 AURC251677A       53. Discuss how you use numbers in your workplace and within your team role for data
                       and specifications.
 Use numbers in
 the workplace

 AURT225667A       54. Outline the measuring equipment you commonly use, why you select that equipment
                       and how you maintain its accuracy.
 Use and
 maintain
 measuring
 equipment

 AURT270278A       Refer to Generic Questions G and H.
 Use and
 maintain
 workplace tools
 and equipment

 AURT334972A       55. Discuss the specialist machines that you have used. Outline any specific
                       considerations that you have made for the machine, the set up and operation.
 Set, operate
 and monitor
 specialist
 machines

 MEM0700B          56. Describe how you have carried out machining operations.
 Perform general
 machining




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 Unit of                                                   Question
 Competency

 AURT225156A       57. Discuss how you have read or interpreted an engineering drawing at work.
 Read and
 interpret
 engineering
 drawings

 AURT225191A       58. Discuss your experiences in design drawing. Outline the process that you
                       undertook.
 Produce
 drawings from
 design
 concepts

 AURT225291A       59. Discuss how you have created a pattern or template. Consider the specific aspects
                       of the process.
 Produce
 patterns and
 templates

 AURV281408A       60. Provide an example of how you used TIG welding. Consider the steps that you
                       undertook in the process.
 Carry out gas
 tungsten arc
 (TIG) welding
 procedures

 MEM05004C         61. Discuss the range of tools and PPE equipment you have used in oxy acetylene
                       welding.
 Perform routine
 oxy acetylene     62. Discuss your understanding of hazards associated with oxy welding as well as the
 welding               precautions to remove or reduce the risk of injury.
                   63. Explain the factors that may affect the quality of an oxy welding application.

 MEM05050B         64. Discuss the procedures that you have used to perform MIG welding. Include
                       examples of fillet and butt welds.
 Perform routine
 gas metal arc
 (MIG) welding




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                                                                      RECORD OF CONVERSATION
                                                        Generic Component: Plan and prepare for work
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question A:          What are the key steps you have undertaken to prepare your work area before starting work on a motor vehicle?
Question B:          How have you arranged your work to complete it in a timely manner?
Question C:          Outline the processes that you have undertaken to conduct an inspection of a system and/or components.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question A
 Assesses job requirements                                        Safe work practices and
                                                                  PPE
 Reads work instructions, job orders, plans
                                                                  Environmental protection
 Identifies relevant workplace procedures                         guidelines
 Identifies processing techniques, time and safety                Standard operating
 requirements                                                     procedures
 Identifies methods to maximise energy efficiency                 OH&S legislation,
 Selects and checks tools                                         regulations and codes of
                                                                  practice
 Selects appropriate PPE
                                                                  Waste management
 Selects required materials for the job
                                                                  Teamwork
 Sets up work area and work surfaces
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
 Tests equipment and adjusts settings to suit work                procedures
 requirements
                                                                  Automotive terminology
 Question B
                                                                  Effective communication
 Follows workplace procedures
 Analyses process specifications
 Identifies key stages and priorities
 Identifies urgent tasks



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                            KEY POINTS                            INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Estimates time required for each task
 Groups „like‟ tasks together
 Coordinates with others eg where tasks are
 interdependent
 Adjusts work around interruptions eg equipment
 breakdowns, staff shortages
 Question C
 Identifies work requirements
 Ensures PPE and OH&S requirements are met
 Seeks information from manuals and manufacturer
 specifications
 Seeks resources and equipment required to perform
 inspection
 Ensures warnings appropriate to the system and/or
 component are observed
 Carries out system/component inspection
 Repairs/removes/replaces parts/components
 Replaces protective guards, safety features and cowlings
 Documents faults and reports to team/vehicle owner/
 driver
 Conducts final inspection for safety and race/event
 requirements




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                                                                       RECORD OF CONVERSATION
                                                              Generic Component: Clean up work area
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                  ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question D:          On completion of a job, describe the process followed to clean up you work area.
Question E:          How have you maintained and stored your tools and equipment at the end of the day?
                            KEY POINTS                              INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question D
 Labels and stores materials or finished product                   Standard operating
                                                                   procedures
 Cleans, maintains and stores tools
                                                                   Environmental guidelines
 Cleans and maintains equipment
                                                                   Waste management
 Clears work area
                                                                   Safe work practices
 Collects surplus consumables – recycle or dispose
                                                                   Australian Standards
 Completes workplace documentation                                 (storage and handling of
 Question E                                                        chemicals)

 Cleans and stores tools after use                                 Good housekeeping

 Regularly tests tools and equipment                               OH&S legislation,
                                                                   regulations and codes of
 Repairs damaged tools prior to next use                           practice
 Tags and identifies fault of unserviceable equipment
 Rolls up leads neatly
 Maintains equipment log book if appropriate
 Keeps tool storage area clean, dry, safe and tidy




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                                                                          RECORD OF CONVERSATION
                                                                  Generic Component: Communication
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                    ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question F:          Discuss the general communication that you undertake on a day to day basis. Include written communication and how you give and
                     receive direction/s.
                            KEY POINTS                                INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                       response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following       These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                       addresses
                                                                          candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                       KP and IR

 Question F
 Verbally communicates with owner/driver                             Safe work practices and
                                                                     PPE
 Provides written reports to owner/driver (where
 appropriate)                                                        Standard operating
                                                                     procedures
 Sources relevant legislation/design rules/ Standards
 (when appropriate)                                                  Teamwork
 Identifies relevant manufacturer‟s/workshop manual/                 Confidentiality
 publication/database/service/repair manuals
 Uses manufacturer‟s/workshop manual/publication/
 database/service/repair manuals to access and interpret
 information
 Compares test results with manufacturer/component
 supplier to indicate compliance or non-compliance
 Ensures that information accessed is appropriate to the
 task to be completed
 Completes appropriate documentation on completion of
 task (vehicle log book, job card, records, servicing
 schedule)
 Communicates effectively with other staff/team members
 Understands lines of communication and uses
 appropriately
 Participates in team meetings/briefings




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                            KEY POINTS                            INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Acknowledges directions given
 Clarifies understanding
 Provides clear direction and checks for understanding
 Seeks feedback and assistance as required




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                                                                      RECORD OF CONVERSATION
                                                            Generic Component: Tools and equipment
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question G:          Outline the different tools and equipment that you use in the workplace. What are the specific considerations that you make when
                     selecting tools and equipment?
Question H:          How do you service, maintain and store your tools and equipment?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question G
 Identifies the requirements of the task                          Manufacturer‟s instructions
 Selects the appropriate tool for the completion of the task      Automotive terminology
 Tools may include:                                               Risk management strategies
 Hand held tools                                                  OHS legislation, regulations
                                                                  and codes of practice
 Power tools
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
 Discusses the uses and limitations of hand and power             procedures
 tools for each task
                                                                  Good housekeeping
 Ensures that tools and equipment are used safely
                                                                  Effective communication
 Question H
                                                                  Standard operating
 Visually checks tools and equipment to ensure safe and           procedures
 efficient operation
                                                                  Teamwork
 Consults manufacturer guidelines for service schedule
                                                                  Environmental protection
 Follows service schedule                                         guidelines
 Tags and removes damaged/worn equipment and tools
 Cleans tools and equipment appropriately (removes dust,
 dirt and debris etc)
 Stores tools and equipment appropriately




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                                                                  Generic Component: Quality
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question I:          What quality processes do you routinely follow to ensure your work is always of a high standard?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question I
 Identifies the type of inspection/service/repair to be           Standard operating
 carried out                                                      procedures
 Follows workplace procedures                                     Australian Standards
 Uses correct tools and equipment for the job                     Company policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Follows manufacturer‟s specifications/product labels
                                                                  Effective communication
 Monitors output at different stages
 Inspects job against job specifications
 Rectifies work that does not meet output requirements
 Understands quality specifications
 Identifies unsatisfactory work
 Takes appropriate measure to address quality problems
 Completes documentation and reports
 Gives suggestion for improvement of quality/procedures
 Makes minor adjustments to ensure quality of product
 Identifies faulty performance of equipment
 Minimises damage to vehicles, plant and equipment
 Minimises wastage
 Monitors production process




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                                                          AURC270103A Apply safe working practices
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 1:          What are the main safety related considerations in the motorsport environment and why do you employ these?
Question 2:          Describe some of the major hazards relating to motorsport and the pit area at motorsport events and actions that you have taken to
                     control these hazards.
Question 3:          Explain emergency procedures for extinguishing fires, first aid and evacuation during motorsport events.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 1
 Suitability of PPE for person, task, category of substance       Manufacturer‟s instructions
 being used and risk level – face shield, glasses, hearing
                                                                  Automotive terminology
 protection, gloves, uniforms
                                                                  Risk management strategies
 Correct use and regular maintenance of PPE
                                                                  OHS legislation, regulations
 Training requirements – risks, results of exposure,              and codes of practice
 eliminate hazards and reduce risk, correct use and fitting
 of PPE, testing and cleaning PPE, repair/replace and             Company/Team policies and
 storage of PPE, manual handling                                  procedures
 Safe working procedures trackside – restricted access            MSDS
 areas (including High Risk Restricted Access Areas)              Good housekeeping
 Understands OH&S reporting requirements within the               Effective communication
 workplace
                                                                  Standard operating
 Question 2                                                       procedures
 General safety hazards – other workers and persons;              Waste management
 other structures and equipment; machinery; hazardous
 materials; noise; dust; heat; fumes; gases; dangerous            Teamwork
 goods; chemicals; waste; rubbish; inadequate lighting;           Environmental protection
 electrical hazards; lifting and carrying; heavy loads;           guidelines
 moving vehicles; tools and equipment
 Identification and avoidance of obstacles



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                                                                                                   response
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                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Hazard and risk control; erect barricades and signage
 Correct manual handling/use of machines for heavy loads
 / load carrying capacity
 Emergency/defensive action and techniques for
 controlling loads; emergency shutdown of equipment
 Use of guards/insulation on equipment
 Inspect equipment for damage or worn parts; retire
 defective equipment
 Keeping work area tidy and free of obstruction
 Maintain personal health
 Availability of first aid
 Follows correct storage of dangerous goods and
 chemicals
 Question 3
 Extinguishing fires:
 Only use extinguishers in controlled circumstances – fire
 is small and controlled
 Use of extinguisher:
   Remove safety pin or lock
   Operate squeeze grip release handle
   Attack the fire from up-wind
   Direct the spray at leading or near edge of the fire
   Direct spray above the fuel/fire
   Stand back from fire to prevent spreading
 Worksite evacuation:
 Describes evacuation procedure




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Identifies various alarms (alert tone, evacuation tone)
 Identifies evacuation route:
   Identifies exits
   Names congregation point
   Identifies key personnel




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              AURT271781A Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive workplace
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 4:          What precautions do you use to minimise the effects on the environment of the motorsport activities you are involved in terms of
                     waste and pollution?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 4
 Containment and storage practices eg:                            OH&S legislation,
   Use of drip pans under vehicles                               regulations and codes of
                                                                  practice
   Use of bunding or containment barriers
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
   Use of sealed containers for chemicals/solvents
                                                                  procedures
   Contracted disposal of chemicals, coolants etc
                                                                  Environmental protection
   Industrial waste permits for discharge                        guidelines
 Water management eg:                                             Incident reporting
   Limiting waste water to storm drains
                                                                  Automotive terminology
   Efficient water usage
                                                                  PPE
 Spill management eg:
   Availability of spill kits
   Staff training in spill kits
   Use of absorbent materials
 Energy and resource conservation eg:
   Energy efficient lighting and reflectors
   Efficient use of water, electricity
 Air quality eg:
   Noise control practices
   Dust control practices




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Environmental management
   Follows business/team environmental management
    plan
   Receives training/updates in environmental
    management practices
   Keeps informed of new environmentally friendly
    products
   Keeps workplace environmental documentation
    /records
   Understands the penalties for breaches of legislation
 Storage and handling of hazardous goods eg:
   Use of hazchem signs
   Undercover storage
   Use of MSDS
   Removal by licensed contractors
  Recovery, reuse, recycle programs for waste oil, coolant/
  ethylene glycol, oil filters, batteries, paper and
  cardboard, scrap metal, rags and absorbent pads, oil
  containers, waste tyres etc
 Documents and reports environmental issues/ concerns
 and breaches to the legislation




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                                                        AURT366108A Carry out diagnostic procedures
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 5:          Outline the diagnostic equipment you have used in the workshop (both in a mechanical and motorsport environment), and the
                     situations in which that piece of equipment is most suitable.
Question 6:          Discuss the steps you follow in diagnosing faults in vehicles during a motorsport event. Use an example to illustrate your diagnostic
                     method.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 5
 Outlines a range of equipment (eg: fuel pressure/ flow           OH&S legislation,
 gauge, multimeter, data scanner, test light, compression         requirements and work
 tester, diagnostic link connector, vacuum pump,                  safety practices
 oscilloscope, noid light, dynamometer, etc)
                                                                  Job cards/workplace
 Question 6                                                       documentation
 Determines the location of the problem (eg road test,            Effective communication
 hard start, consultation with the vehicle owner/driver,          Operation of equipment in
 vehicle manuals)                                                 accordance with
 Differentiates between symptoms and causes – isolates            manufacturer‟s instructions
 problem to one area                                              Works within timeframes
 Applies diagnostic methods:                                      Good housekeeping
   Removal and replacement, dismantling, adjusting
   Visual and aural identification and testing
   Component/equipment performance comparison
   On and off-site indoor and outdoor and on-and off-
    shore diagnosis
 Works through each possible cause in an appropriate
 order
 Uses meters, gauges, measuring equipment to isolate




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR
 fault
 Interprets test results – use of charts, flow diagrams,
 manuals
 Confirms by an alternate route/plan – uses alternative
 parts or checks to confirm fault
 Documents problem, considers consequence of not
 repairing fault and performs rectification
 Liaises with team/vehicle owner/driver re: proposed
 options for resolution
 Performs rectification on component/system
 Conducts final inspection for safety and race/event
 requirements




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                                                            AURT201170A Inspect and service engines
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 7:          Outline the process you have undertaken to service an engine. Discuss the techniques you have used to inspect and subsequently
                     analyse the results. How have you used these results to determine the service requirements of the engine?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 7
 Performs a visual check on engine                                Manufacturer‟s/workshop
                                                                  manual
 Starts engine and inspects for leaks, noises and
 pressures                                                        Company/Team policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Identifies and isolates the fault/s:
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Checks and advices of serviceability of air intake system        regulations, codes of
 and components including filters/hoses/ducting                   practice
 Removes, replaces and adjusts engine auxiliary systems           Effective communication
 drive belts – V-type and Serpentine
                                                                  Relevant hand tools and
 Adjusts camshaft timing belts in accordance with                 equipment
 manufacturer‟s specification – correct tensioner adjusting
                                                                  PPE
 Removes and replaces spark plugs, ignition system H.T.
 leads, ignition system distributor/crank angle sensors and       Works within timeframes
 modules                                                          National Environmental
 Checks and adjusts ignition timing and dwell angle               Protection Measures for
                                                                  Diesel Vehicles
 Removes and replaces cam cover/rocker cover and
 checks/adjusts valve clearances using feeler gauges to
 specifications
 Removes and replaces engine auxiliary systems
 components (eg alternator, power steering pump)
 Replaces protective guards, safety features and cowlings
 Documents fault/s and reports to team/vehicle owner/



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                                                                                                    response
          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR
 driver
 Conducts final inspection for safety and race/event
 requirements




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                                                    AURT202170A Inspect and service cooling systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 8:          Discuss the process that you have undertaken to inspect and service cooling systems. Outline how you have inspected the cooling
                     system and analysed the results of the inspection.
Question 9:          Discuss the common problems and the subsequent effects encountered with cooling systems during a motorsport event.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 8
 Visually checks serviceability of cooling system and             Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 components and advices of leaks/corrosion                        manual
 Understands the safety issues involved in working with           Company/Team policies and
 coolants                                                         procedures
 Pressure tests cooling system and checks for leaks               OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Demonstrates correct use of adaptors/testers                     practice
 Uses strips or testers to test coolant concentration and         Effective communication
 pH values
                                                                  Relevant hand tools and
 Cleans/removes debris/dirt from radiator core/cylinder           equipment
 head/cylinders barrel fins in accordance with application
                                                                  PPE
 Removes and replaces cooling system hoses
                                                                  Works within timeframes
 Checks operation of/fault find electric cooling fans/
 viscous couplings                                                Waste management

 Reverse flushes radiator and cylinder block
 Checks heater operation (uses thermometer and
 Dwyer/airflow meter)
 Removes and replaces thermostats and thermostat
 housings, belts and pressure caps
 Documents fault/s and reports to team/vehicle owner/




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          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR
 driver
 Conducts final inspection for safety and race/event
 requirements
 Question 9
 Problems may include:
 Inadequate cooling systems size
 Damaged/worn hoses and connector fittings
 Blown hoses
 Connections not tightened correctly
 Radiator damage
 Pressure and heat expansion
 Inadequate overflow arrangements eg bottle size and
 placement
 Engine overheat, loss of power or possible seizure




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                                                            AURT203170A Service petrol fuel systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 10:         Discuss the process that you have undertaken to inspect and service petrol fuel systems. Outline how you have inspected the fuel
                     system and analysed the results of the inspection. What precautions did you take when conducting this service?
Question 11:         Discuss the main problems that you have encountered during a race that affect the fuel system.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 10
 Visually checks serviceability of fuel system and                Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 components                                                       manual
 Observes personal safety in accordance with OH&S                 Company/Team policies and
 requirements when checking fuel systems (eg leaks,               procedures
 sparks, fumes)
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Starts engine and inspects for leaks, noises and correct         regulations, codes of
 pressure                                                         practice
 Checks carburettor fuel system for serviceability – checks       Effective communication
 operation of circuits and smoothness of operation                Relevant hand tools and
 Checks EFI fuel system for serviceability – including            equipment
 pressure and leaks (air and fuel)                                PPE
 Removes and replaces carburettor fuel system filters             Works within timeframes
 Removes and replaces EFI fuel system filters including           Waste management
 depressurising and leak checking
 Tests the fuel system operating pressure and flow rate
 (including correct use of gauges and fittings)
 Checks fuel system feed and return pipes – ensures
 correct grade of hose used, checks for leaks after
 assembly
 Removes and replaces a carburettor system fuel pump –




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR
 checks for leaks after assembly
 Removes and replaces an EFI system fuel pump – in
 tank and remote mounted types
 Documents fault/s and reports to team/vehicle owner/
 driver
 Conducts final inspection for safety and race/event
 requirements
 Question 11
 Problems may include:
 Foreign matter in fuel tank
 Contaminated fuel (water, dirt)
 Incorrect fuel
 Hoses (cooling re: hoses, connection etc)
 Fire hazards (eg hot manifolds, electrical wiring)
 Broken fuel return line
 Perished fuel pickup lines
 Blocked fuel filters
 Fuel pump not working correctly




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                                                             AURT303166A Repair petrol fuel systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                       DATE:

Question 12:         Using the above example, discuss the process that you undertook to service the fuel system during a motorsport event. Describe the
                     effects of temperature and humidity on fuel system performance and how you repair/modify the fuel system to compensate to suit the
                     conditions.
Question 13:         What precautions are necessary when repairing a fuel system at an event to prevent fire and protect the components from
                     damage/foreign matter entry?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 12
 Understands the dangers of working with fuel systems              Manufacturer‟s/workshop
                                                                   manual
 Diagnoses carburettor fuel system faults – uses road
 testing and visual/aural methods                                  Company/Team policies and
                                                                   procedures
 Removes and replaces carburettor fuel system
 components at an event – pumps, carburettors, lines               OH&S legislation,
                                                                   regulations, codes of
 Dismantles, cleans and adjusts multi-barrel static                practice
 carburettors – removes, cleans and reassembles
                                                                   Effective communication
 Checks operation and adjusts/repairs cold start devices,
 automatic and manual chokes and enrichment devices                Relevant hand tools and
                                                                   equipment
 Checks and adjusts base idle speed/throttle stop
 solenoids and fuel system linkages                                PPE

 Carries out repairs on mechanical fuel pumps –                    Works within timeframes
 overhauls or replacement and testing                              Waste management
 Uses exhaust gas analyser to analyse/adjust mixture to
 required specifications – including set up of equipment
 Effects of temperature and humidity may include:
 Explains the effects of temperature and humidity on fuel
 mixture strength – stoichiometric ratio and Lambda




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Temperature/humidity changes the volume and water
 content of fuel
 Explains methods for correcting mixture to compensate
 for varying track temperatures/humidity
 Question 13
 Minimises fuel spillage
 Ensures fire extinguishers available and operational
 Identifies possible „active‟ electrical or hot engine
 components
 Outlines possible usage of protective blanketing
 Ensures cleanliness of all operational components




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                                          AURT306170A Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 14:         Discuss methods that you have used to test clutch systems. Outline the service/repair procedures undertaken on the system.
Question 15:         What are the major problems encountered in a clutch system during motorsport events?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 14
 Visually and physically inspects and checks clutch               Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 operating mechanisms for serviceability – cable and              manual
 hydraulic including free play and pedal height
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
 Discusses physical, fluid gases and heat generation              procedures
 Checks clutch for correct/normal operation and                   OH&S legislation,
 recommends repair/s                                              regulations, codes of
                                                                  practice
 Describes the construction and operation of the
 components of various types of clutch including: single          Effective communication
 and multi-plate; wet and dry; standard and heavy duty            Relevant hand tools and
 Describes the construction and operation of mechanical           equipment
 and hydraulic clutch operating mechanisms                        PPE
 Repairs clutch faults                                            Works within timeframes
 Performs repairs/modifications on clutches as per                Waste management
 manufacturers/team guidelines
 Replaces and inspects repairs
 Ensures all repairs meet vehicle safety requirements
 Carries out adjustments to clutch operating mechanisms
 in accordance with manufacturers/team specifications –
 cable adjustment or push rod length
 Question 15




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Problems during motorsport events may include:
 Broken clutch springs, plates, pressure plate diaphragm
 Worn clutch plates, cables
 Incorrect clutch pressure
 Hydraulic issues eg leakage




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                                              AURT206670A Inspect and service transmissions (manual)
                                                   AURT306666A Repair transmissions (manual)
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                  ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                       DATE:

Question 16:         Describe the key components in testing and analysing manual transmissions. Discuss transmission faults that you have encountered
                     during a race/event.
Question 17:         Using the above example, describe the process for repairing manual transmissions. How did you fix the problem in that situation?
                             KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                      response
          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                      addresses
                                                                         candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                      KP and IR

 Question 16
 Visually inspects and checks transmission for                      Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 serviceability/ fluid leakage/physical damage                      manual
 Discusses the dangers of working with manual                       Company/Team policies
 transmissions                                                      and procedures
 Tests/checks transmission for correct/normal operation –           OH&S legislation,
 road testing, control operation, noise, vibration                  regulations, codes of
                                                                    practice
 Services manual/belt drive transmissions in accordance
 with application and manufacturer‟s requirements/                  Australian Standards
 recommendations – oil levels, mountings, driveline angles          Effective communication
 Discusses variables including:                                     Relevant hand tools and
 Gearing – metal and non metal, multiple forward and                equipment
 reverse gears, synchronised and non synchronised gear              PPE
 selection, helical, double helical and spur gears
                                                                    Works within timeframes
 Front and/or rear wheel drive configurations
                                                                    Waste management
 Outlines constant mesh or synchromesh designs
                                                                    Manual handling
 Electrical and/or pneumatic controls
 Power take off assemblies
 Transverse/longitudinal mounting




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                                                                                                    response
          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Transmission faults may include:
 Faulty gear selector mechanism
 Poor adjustment
 Incorrect or inadequate fluid
 Stripped gears/synchronised
 Worn and/or damaged bearings/seals
 Broken mounts
 Question 17
 Identifies and diagnoses faults in manual transmissions
 Removes and replaces manual transmissions on all
 applications safely – uses jacks/stands
 Removes and replaces gear selector lever/housing/
 couplings/mountings
 Carries out external adjustments to gear linkages/
 couplings/mountings
 Removes and replaces transmission output shaft seals
 Dismantles, installs bearings and seal kits and
 reassembles manual transmissions to manufacturers
 specifications for end float, bearing pre-load
 Tests manual transmissions for correct/normal operation –
 shift mechanisms, controls
 Discusses other specific minor repairs undertaken at a
 race meeting/event
 Replaces protective guards, safety features and cowlings




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                                                    AURT210170A Inspect and service braking systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 18:         Discuss the process that you have undertaken to inspect and analyse braking systems. How have you monitored performance and
                     maintained the braking system in race conditions?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 18
 Discusses the specific dangers involved in working with          Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 brake systems                                                    manual
 Outlines the principles of braking systems (inertia etc)         Company/Team policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Checks hydraulic brake system for correct operation and
 serviceability – pedal feel, leaks, adjustment                   OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Checks mechanical brake system for correct operation             practice
 and serviceability – linkages and operation
                                                                  Australian Standards
 Checks run out and thickness of brake discs and
 compares with manufacturer‟s specifications using dial           Effective communication
 indicator                                                        Relevant hand tools and
 Checks brake drum diameter and compares with                     equipment
 manufacturers specifications using correct tools                 PPE
 Checks brake pads for serviceability and removes pads            Works within timeframes
 from calliper
                                                                  Waste management
 Retracts calliper piston and renews/replaces brake pads
 Checks brake shoes for serviceability and removes brake
 shoes, returns springs and adjuster from backing plate
 Renews/replaces brake shoes, returns springs and
 adjuster mechanism
 Replaces brake drum and adjusts brake shoes in
 accordance with manufacturer‟s specifications




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Bleeds hydraulic system – including ABS systems
 Adjusts hand brake operating mechanism
 Monitoring brake system may include:
 Testing (brake fade/shudder)
 Pedal pressure and travel
 Visually checks brake lining and disc pad wear
 Visually checks disc condition (checks for cracks/wear)
 Visually checks all brake lines (eg while changing
 wheels)
 Maintains brake system by:
 Maintaining fluid level
 Bleed brakes (as necessary)
 Replace lining pads (as necessary)
 Tightening brake lines (as necessary)




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                                                       AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 19:         How have you repaired the braking system during a meeting and what was required to completed the repair
Question 20:         How have you constructed/modified a braking system to improve its performance? Discuss the success of this
                     construction/modification.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 19
 Tests braking systems using appropriate method – visual,         Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 aural and functional                                             manual
 Uses road/site testing, pressure testing or electrical           Company/Team policies and
 testing methods                                                  procedures
 Checks fluid levels                                              OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Compares results of testing with manufacturer/                   practice
 component/supplier/team specifications
                                                                  Australian Standards
 Removes and repairs/renews/replaces braking system
 components – callipers, cylinders and lines                      Effective communication

 Dismantles, cleans and inspects brake master cylinders           Relevant hand tools and
                                                                  equipment
 Dismantles, cleans and inspects drum brake wheel
 cylinders                                                        PPE

 Dismantles, cleans and inspects disc brake callipers             Works within timeframes

 Installs master cylinder seal kit/piston kit                     Waste management

 Installs calliper seal kit/piston kit
 Installs wheel cylinder seal/piston kit
 Bleeds hydraulic system
 Uses appropriate equipment to test satisfactory operation




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR
 of vacuum assisted brake boosters
 Identifies and diagnoses brake system faults – low pedal,
 noise, poor braking, fade, hard pedal
 Checks and tests hydraulic brake system for correct
 operation and serviceability
 Checks and tests mechanical brake system for correct
 operation and serviceability
 Uses Tapley meter or electronic brake tester, directional
 stability
 Conducts road testing/roller testing of hydraulic systems
 to check legal compliance
 Question 20
 Modifying braking system may include:
 Larger disc rotors
 Slotted and/or drilled disc rotors
 Quad piston callipers
 Bigger master cylinder
 Discusses the results of this modification and subsequent
 modification/s




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                                                           AURT312666A Repair final drive assemblies
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 21:         How have you replaced/repaired a final drive to complete an event?
Question 22:         How have you modified ratios/gearing to alter the vehicles performance during a meeting to make it more competitive?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 21
 Discusses specific dangers of undertaking repairs to final       Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 drive assemblies                                                 manual
 Removes, renews/replaces final drive/differential                Company/Team policies and
 assemblies                                                       procedures
 Removes/replaces final drive axle shafts/axle bearings           OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Identifies and diagnoses faults on final drive/ differential     practice
 faults – noise, vibration
                                                                  Australian Standards
 Removes, renews/replaces final drive pinion seals and
 axle shaft seals – without damaging component                    Effective communication

 Dismantles final drive/differential assemblies for               Relevant hand tools and
 inspection/evaluation purposes – including safety                equipment

 Inspects/evaluates/measures final drive/differential             PPE
 assemblies and components to determine serviceability,           Works within timeframes
 wear, damage
                                                                  Waste management
 Installs final drive crown wheel and pinion bearings and
 differential thrust bearings and assemble components
 prior to adjustment
 Carries out pinion pre-load, pinion depth of mesh, crown
 wheel pre-load and crown wheel backlash checks and
 adjustments
 Checks/tests final drives for correct/normal operation –




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR
 mark testing, backlash and road testing
 Question 22
 Modifying ratio/gearing may include:
 Removes differential plate
 Changes gears (eg alters ratios)
 Remove and replace entire assembly
 Repair/replace seals
 Replace axles
 Replace/change gear oil




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                                                            AURT313666A Repair final drive (Driveline)
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                       DATE:

Question 23:         Discuss the procedures for repairing the driveline. How have you designed/modified a driveline assembly to improve a vehicle‟s
                     performance for racing purposes or to make it handle more power without failing?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 23
 Identifies and diagnoses driveline faults – noise, vibration      Manufacturer‟s/workshop
                                                                   manual
 Removes and dismantles driveline assemblies and
 evaluates components for serviceability – CV joints,              Company/Team policies and
 universals, slip joints                                           procedures
 Renews/replaces driveline components to obtain                    OH&S legislation,
 satisfactory operation                                            regulations, codes of
                                                                   practice
 Renews/replaces driveline assemblies – refits to vehicle
 ensuring correct phasing, alignment                               Australian Standards

 Carries out adjustment/alignment of driveline assemblies          Effective communication
 using shims, angle meters                                         Relevant hand tools and
 Checks/tests driveline for correct/normal operation – road        equipment
 testing                                                           PPE
 Modifies a driveline assembly by:                                 Works within timeframes
 Installing a lightweight (eg carbon fibre) tailshaft              Waste management
 Changing diff ratios
 Fitting higher strength axles
 Changing rear drive-line geometry to improve
 performance




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                                                                  AURT315166A Repair steering systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                     ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                       DATE:

Question 24:         Discuss how you have diagnosed/identified steering system faults.
Question 25:         Describe how you have repaired steering faults caused during racing and how you set the steering system up to suit the racing
                     conditions.
                            KEY POINTS                                 INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                         response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following         These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                         addresses
                                                                            candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                         KP and IR

 Question 24
 Inspects, identifies and diagnoses faults in steering                 Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 linkages and controls – noise, shaking, pulling                       manual
 Inspects, identifies and diagnoses faults in manually                 Company/Team policies and
 operated steering boxes and steering racks                            procedures
 Inspects, identifies and diagnoses faults in power                    OH&S legislation,
 assisted steering boxes/steering racks – noise, aeration,             regulations, codes of
 cavitation, loose belts                                               practice
 Uses appropriate test equipment and procedures to test                Australian Standards
 power steering systems for correct operation – pressure/              Effective communication
 flow testing as per manufacturer manual
                                                                       Relevant hand tools and
 Question 25                                                           equipment
 Removes, repairs and renews/replaces manual steering                  PPE
 system components – linkages, racks, tie-rod ends,
 boxes                                                                 Works within timeframes

 Removes, repairs and renews/replaces power assisted                   Waste management
 steering assisted components – pumps, racks, boxes
 Uses appropriate equipment to carry out measurements
 of wheel alignment settings and angles – including set-up
 and run-out compensation
 Uses appropriate equipment to carry out adjustments of
 wheel alignment settings and angles where applicable



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                                                                                                   response
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                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Sets up steering for specific racing conditions by:
 Changes camber/toe-in to suit track conditions
 Replaces bent steering arms
 Replaces worn/faulty steering rack
 Replaces broken/damaged tie-rod ends
 Replaces power steering belt
 Checks and tops up power steering fluid




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                                                            AURT316166A Repair suspension systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 26:         Explain how you have identified problems and carried out repairs of suspension/axle assemblies during motorsport events.
Question 27:         What specific safety considerations have you made when working on suspension components?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 26
 Inspects and evaluates suspension system ball joints,            Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 control arm bushes and sway bar bushes in accordance             manual
 with application
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
 Constructs and operates suspension systems including:            procedures
 Parallel link; McPherson strut; rigid axle (multi-link rear);
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 rigid axle (leaf spring rear); independent rear                  regulations, codes of
 Carries out chassis drop test to check chassis alignment         practice
 Uses appropriate equipment to remove, repair/renew and           Australian Standards
 replace suspension system units and components –                 Effective communication
 including bushes, arms, springs and shock absorbers
                                                                  Relevant hand tools and
 Discusses and explains the meaning of steering and               equipment
 suspension terms such as: track, wheelbase, ride height,
 centre of gravity, understeer, oversteer, slip angle, thrust     PPE
 alignment                                                        Works within timeframes
 Discusses chassis alignment and location of suspension           Waste management
 units – including drop testing using plumb bob and string
 line
 Measures track and wheelbase and compares with
 specifications
 Inspects and evaluates springs and shock absorber units
 in accordance with application and OH&S and ADR
 requirements




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Carries out tests and inspections on suspension systems
 for operation and wear and their effect on the vehicles
 stability, handling, braking
 Constructs and operates various types of shock
 absorbers including : telescopic hydraulic, gas
 pressurised, load adjustable, load sensitive, adjustable
 rate, electronically adjustable, etc
 Question 27
 Specific safety considerations may include:
 Correct use of jacking equipment and support stands
 Manual handling
 Care with springs and struts due to compression/tension
 Working with hot brake components
 Ensuring no damage to brake lines
 Ensures adequate lighting
 Possible external observer to advise other team
 members of own location




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                                             AURE218708A Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 28:         Discuss an example of when you have used a multimeter to find and repair faults in an electrical system.
Question 29:         Discuss some the problems that you have encountered during a meeting that required you to repair the electrical system. How did
                     you make those repairs?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 28
 Uses a multimeter to test electrical supply to a                 Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 component                                                        manual

 Uses a multimeter to test a circuit for shorts, opens and        Company/Team policies and
 earths                                                           procedures

 Uses a multimeter to test for continuity of simple electrical    OH&S legislation,
 circuits and components                                          regulations, codes of
                                                                  practice
 Identifies and isolates electrical components in
                                                                  Australian Standards
 automotive vehicle
                                                                  Effective communication
 Question 29
                                                                  Relevant hand tools and
 Discusses specific dangers involved in working with
                                                                  equipment
 electrical circuits
                                                                  PPE
 Outlines problems experienced during a meeting/event
                                                                  Works within timeframes
 Uses hand and power tools and equipment for electrical
 work                                                             Waste management
 Solders and crimps electrical terminals and connections
 Uses manufacturers workshop manual/publication/
 database to access, interpret and apply information
 Checks, removes and renews/replaces fuses, bulbs and
 light units




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Carries out minor electrical repairs to wiring and
 components
 Traces a simple vehicle electrical circuit
 Documents and records faults and repairs
 Reports to relevant personnel (if appropriate)




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                                                                  AURE320666A Repair ignition systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                     ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 30:         Discuss the procedures for identifying and repairing ignition system faults on both Kettering and Electronic ignition systems.
                            KEY POINTS                                 INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                        response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following        These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                        addresses
                                                                           candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                        KP and IR

 Question 30
 Outlines ignition system principles of operation –                   Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 Kettering, reluctor, Hall and optical sensor                         manual
 Outlines construction and operation of ignition systems              Company/Team policies and
 relevant to application – Kettering, reluctor, Hall and              procedures
 optical sensor                                                       OH&S legislation,
 Gathers information from various types of service/repair             regulations, codes of
 manuals (hard copy and electronic)                                   practice
 Tests ignition system and components                                 Australian Standards

 Diagnoses faults in ignition system and components                   Effective communication

 Adjusts systems/components – dwell, timing, air gap                  Relevant hand tools and
                                                                      equipment
 Repairs/removes/replaces ignition system components
 without causing damage – points, condenser, cap, rotor,              PPE
 leads and modules                                                    Works within timeframes
 Tests ignition system on completion of repair                        Waste management
 Operation of magnetos (eg, dragsters)




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                                                              AURE191666A Repair charging systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                       DATE:

Question 31:         Describe how you have diagnosed and repaired a fault with a charging system.
Question 32:         Outline why correct operation of the charging system is important to a vehicle operating in a motorsport environment?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 31
 Outlines OH&S regulations/requirements, equipment,                Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 material and personal safety requirements for charging            manual
 system work – sparks, fumes, ventilation
                                                                   Company/Team policies and
 Outlines charging systems principles of operation –               procedures
 regulation, voltage sensing, battery sensing
                                                                   OH&S legislation,
 Dismantles, inspects and tests charging system                    regulations, codes of
 assemblies and components for serviceability                      practice
 Tests and fault finds charging systems using meters, load         Australian Standards
 testers                                                           Effective communication
 Constructs and operates charging systems relevant to              Relevant hand tools and
 operation (voltage sensing, battery sensing)                      equipment
 Adjusts charging system components – belts, brackets              PPE
 Removes/repairs charging system components –                      Works within timeframes
 alternator, regulator, brushes
                                                                   Waste management
 Repairs/renews/replaces charging system components
 Assembles alternator/generator to obtain satisfactory
 operation
 Bench tests alternator – voltage, current
 Tests charging system after repair
 Question 32




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Discusses charging system in relation to motorsport
 environment:
 Provides adequate power to vehicle ignition system
 Provides power to lights and other electrical equipment
 (eg instrumentation)
 Provides power to starter motor (if used)




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                                                                  AURE192666A Repair starting systems
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                     ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 33:         Discuss how you test, diagnose and repair faults in starting systems. Why are these procedures important in the operation of starting
                     systems?
Question 34:         Outline the key differences between electrical and mechanical systems and how you have serviced and repaired both types of
                     systems.
                            KEY POINTS                                 INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                        response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following        These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                        addresses
                                                                           candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                        KP and IR

 Question 33
 Dismantles, inspects and tests staring system, direct                Manufacturer‟s/workshop
 current motors and components for serviceability                     manual
 Removes and replaces starting system assemblies/                     Company/Team policies and
 components – solenoids, fields, brushes, end housings                procedures
 Repairs/renews/replaces starting system components                   OH&S legislation,
                                                                      regulations, codes of
 Assembles starter motor to obtain satisfactory operation             practice
 Outlines bench test starting system/direct current motors            Australian Standards
 – safety, loads, stall testing
                                                                      Effective communication
 Question 34
                                                                      Relevant hand tools and
 Differences between mechanical and electrical systems:               equipment
 Kick start, cord pull, spring, spring release                        PPE
 Self starter, detachable starting systems such as used in            Works within timeframes
 drag racing
                                                                      Waste management
 Repairs may include:
 Uses relays/isolators to improve operation of starting
 systems
 Checks for voltage drops on earth and supply wiring




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Re-wires the starting system to prevent voltage drops




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                                                   AURM240080A Operate in a motorsport environment
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 35:         Describe your role, the roles of others and how they relate to the team structure. (Consider events and the motorsport industry as a
                     whole including categories and other teams).
Question 36:         How have you worked with your supervisor/s to develop career plans, identify opportunities for training and meet team expectations?
Question 37:         Outline your interpretation of the role of the governing bodies and the legislation relating to motorsport and how it affects safety and
                     competition.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 35
 Outlines own role and tasks within the team                      Company/Team policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Outlines authority and communication lines within teams
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Outlines motorsport categories relative to classes, levels       regulations, codes of
 and grades applicable to current racing                          practice
 Describes the structure of the motorsport sector, roles          Australian Standards
 within teams and their relationship with each other
                                                                  Works within timeframes
 Outlines motorsport work ethic and team expectations,
 including personal attitudes required – cleanliness,             Dress, grooming, personal
 presentation, speed of work                                      standards, health and
                                                                  fitness
 Uses appropriate motorsport terminology
                                                                  Effective communication
 Outlines performance vehicle components, tools and
 equipment used by motorsport teams                               Conflict resolution,
                                                                  negotiation
 Ensures own workspace is kept clean, tidy and free from
 hazards                                                          Code of Conduct

 Question 36                                                      Code of Ethics

 Remains up to date with current trends in the motorsport
 industry




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Meets regularly with supervisor to discuss career
 opportunities
 Monitors own work and makes changes according to
 feedback
 Seeks assistance and feedback to ensure work remains
 of high standard
 Participates and contributes in team meetings
 Question 37
 Discusses roles of Australian and International
 motorsport regulatory bodies – CAMS, ANDRA, FIA,
 ARCom etc
 Uses conflict resolution principles and techniques in a
 regulatory environment
 Meets controlling body requirements, category rules and
 supplementary regulations




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                             AURM240172A Set up and dismantle temporary work location and equipment
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 38: Discuss an example of when you have had to erect and dismantle a temporary shelter assembly and then had to position equipment
             for ease of access, security, safety, logical workflow and ergonomic use.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 38
 Outlines principles and functionality requirements of the        Company/Team policies and
 layout of temporary work location – work flow, safety            procedures
 Outlines workflow of pit lane/service area operations            Category rules
 Uses tools and equipment for specific events                     Supplementary regulations
 Erects temporary shelter using correct assembly and              Site and team requirements
 erection methods and techniques – safety, security               – public access,
                                                                  environmental impact
 Positions equipment for ease of access, security, logical
 workflow and ergonomic use                                       OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Sets up equipment for safe and effective operation –             practice
 correct boom height, securing of gas bottles, secure
 service area moorings/pontoon etc                                Australian Standards

 Dismantles:                                                      Works within timeframes

 Ensures temporary shelter is clean and preferably dry            Effective communication
 (may have to be reassembled at a later date) to ensure           Manual handling
 lack of mould etc
 Ensures tools and equipment are accounted for, checked
 and packed
 Prepares and safely loads shelter, equipment and tooling
 for transportation




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                                            AURM340204A Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 39:         Discuss the construction, modification and compliance with regulations of a competition vehicle you have constructed.
Question 40:         Outline any changes that were required to obtain compliance.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 39
 Identifies specific tooling and equipment requirements           Company/Team policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Sets up work area and component layout – demonstrates
 speed of operation and access                                    Category rules
 Cleans components and sub-assembly                               Supplementary regulations
 Ensures components are free from damage                          Site and team requirements
                                                                  – public access,
 Identifies problems with components and reports to               environmental impact
 appropriate person/s
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Inspects sub-assembly                                            regulations, codes of
 Outlines sequences and techniques for installing sub-            practice
 assemblies                                                       Australian Standards
 Installs sub-assembly and tensions fasteners                     Works within timeframes
 Identifies problems with sub-assemblies and reports to           Effective communication
 appropriate person/s
                                                                  Manual handling
 Outlines critical component locations and optimum layout
                                                                  Waste minimisation
 for conduits and ancillary components – security, access
 Outlines securing and shielding devices and methods
 Checks installation to ensure reliability and minimal
 damage to ancillary systems
 Identifies and reports any problems with the components




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
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 and ancillary systems
 Ensures fluids are at appropriate levels
 Removes temporary bungs and covers
 Conducts pre-start checks
 Checks pressures, temperatures, noises and leaks
 Establishes level surface for vehicle set up
 Sets baseline configuration for the vehicle
 Installs springs and dampers
 Measures and adjusts ride height, corner weight and
 steering angles
 Identifies and reports any problems
 Tags, shelves/stores or removes any surplus material/
 components
 Cleans spillage to work area and vehicle
 Records and documents modifications and reports to
 appropriate person
 Reports equipment faults and components according to
 team procedures (team hierarchy)
 Question 40
 Changes may include:
 Dimensions eg: wing, spoilers, skirts
 Weight
 Fuel cell
 Roll cage
 Seating




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Other safety considerations (eg: equipment)
 Tyres/wheels
 Exhausts




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                                                        AURM340312A Collect and log motorsport data
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 41:         Discuss how you collect and log data relating to the operation/improvements made to a vehicle. Who uses this information and how is
                     it dispersed within the team?
Question 42:         How did you use that data to improve/repair the vehicle or prepare the vehicle for events?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 41
 Uses manual and electronic data collection and logging           Company/Team policies and
 methods and techniques including the production and              procedures
 use of recording sheets
                                                                  Category rules
 Outlines the types, characteristics, components, uses            Supplementary regulations
 and limitations of data acquisition systems – manual and
 electronic                                                       Site and team requirements
                                                                  – public access,
 Uses proper techniques for inspection and basic fault            environmental impact
 finding of data acquisition systems
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Electronically collected via computer, manually collected        regulations, codes of
 via log sheets                                                   practice
 Electronically collected data available through race             Australian Standards
 control
                                                                  Works within timeframes
 Provides information to team owner/driver
                                                                  Effective communication
 Shares information with team members according to
 company/team policies and procedures
 Question 42
 Outlines the end-users of motorsport data and their
 needs – team requirements, regulatory bodies
 Carries out preliminary data evaluation techniques




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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR

 Works within manufacturer/supplier and team guidelines
 regarding acceptable tolerance levels – where identified
 Outlines the procedures for reporting equipment faults
 and data irregularities
 Technical analysis of data against known/accepted
 benchmarks




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                              AURM340413A Comply with motorsport team and event safety requirements
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 43:         Discuss how you have ensured the safety of crew and pit areas during the running of an event including the safe storage of materials,
                     PPE and requirements of the controlling bodies.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 43
 Outlines relevant State and Commonwealth OH&S                    Company/Team policies and
 legislation                                                      procedures
 Relates component manufacturer/supplier specifications           Category rules
 and local safe operating procedures
                                                                  Supplementary regulations
 Outlines team safety policies and procedures including           Site and team requirements
 emergency procedures relating to accident and injury             – public access,
 Identifies and classifies dangerous goods and hazardous          environmental impact
 substances relevant to motorsport                                OH&S legislation,
 Uses safety equipment and PPE and correct applications           regulations, codes of
 (closed in shoes, long trousers, fire suit, gloves, helmet,      practice
 eye and ear protection)                                          Australian Standards
 Follows competition vehicle movement procedures – safe           Works within timeframes
 pit lane operations, public access
                                                                  Effective communication
 Uses preventative measures such as maintenance of a
 clean and tidy work area, resource storage, clean and
 functioning tools and equipment
 Minimises risk of injury to self and others
 Prevents damage to vehicle or equipment
 Reports any hazards/risks to appropriate person/s




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                                                       AURM340550A Conduct non-destructive testing
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 44:         Outline how you go about non-destructive testing of components for use on your vehicle.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 44
 Outlines principles and methods of penetrant, magnetic,          Company/Team policies and
 Rockwell and Brinell hardness testing including                  procedures
 limitations, advantages and hazards associated with
                                                                  Category rules
 testing
                                                                  Supplementary regulations
 Uses non-destructive testing terminology
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Uses non-destructive test equipment, including                   regulations, codes of
 maintenance and storage of equipment and samples                 practice
 Uses specific equipment such as test benches                     Australian Standards
 Follows non-destructive testing preparation procedures           Works within timeframes
 including verification methods and techniques
                                                                  Effective communication
 Uses non-destructive testing analysis techniques
 Uses appropriate methods for recording non-destructive
 testing for future analysis
 Carries out testing using standard operating procedures
 Identifies and reports non conformities and defects to
 appropriate persons
 Reports non conformities and defects to appropriate
 person




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                           AURM340851A Perform competition vehicle preparation procedures at an event
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 45: Describe the methods you use to prepare a vehicle for an event. Consider pre-race checks and scrutineering.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 45
 Outlines controlling body rules, category rules and              Company/Team policies and
 supplementary regulations and team regulations and               procedures
 team requirements/job specifications
                                                                  Category rules
 Uses appropriate preparation processes applicable to             Supplementary regulations
 competition vehicle – regulatory body requirements,
 environmental impacts, modifications and adaptations             Site and team requirements
                                                                  – public access,
 Performs pre-race checks                                         environmental impact
 Ensures minimal damage to components and equipment               OH&S legislation,
 Outlines scrutineering requirements and appropriate              regulations, codes of
 inspection techniques                                            practice

 Performs between race maintenance – cleaning,                    Australian Standards
 refuelling, data collection, debrief                             Works within timeframes
 Works within guidelines regarding acceptable tolerance           Effective communication
 levels
 Identifies effects of wear or damage
 Reports equipment faults and component defects
 Tags/shelves/removes surplus materials
 Loads vehicle and equipment
 Documents and records information




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                                                AURM340951A Perform pit lane/service area operations
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 46:         Outline the procedures you have used for pit lane servicing of a competition vehicle. Consider specific safety issues and weather
                     conditions.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 46
 Sets up work area layout at event                                Company/Team policies and
                                                                  procedures
 Uses correct preparation processes applicable to pit
 stops/service area – ready components, ready re-fuelling         Category rules
 equipment
                                                                  Supplementary regulations
 Uses correct procedures for pit stop/service area                Site and team requirements
 sequences and conduct – speed with safety, roles and             – public access,
 numbers of team members                                          environmental impact
 Ensures adequate liaison with adjoining teams/crews              OH&S legislation,
 Understands team pit lane/service area signals and               regulations, codes of
 communication techniques – manual and radio based                practice

 Performs emergency repairs – body work and                       Australian Standards
 mechanical                                                       Works within timeframes
 Reports equipment faults and component defects                   Effective communication
 Safety procedures: jacks, fuel, fire, pressurised air guns,
 loose equipment eg tyres
 Safety procedures: non crew members, general public
 Cleans area post-stop
 Prepares area for next stop
 Wet weather issues/ heat/humidity issues




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                                                        AURM341051A Perform torquing and fastening
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 47: Outline and describe the fastening and torquing methods you have used when assembling engine/driveline components.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 47
 Types of fasteners – locking washers, locking tabs, lock         Company/Team policies and
 nuts, wire                                                       procedures
 Types of sealants eg Locktite/anerobic                           Category rules
 Outlines types, characteristics, uses and limitations of         Supplementary regulations
 mechanical locking devices (lock wire, lock tabs) and            OH&S legislation,
 chemical/liquid fastener locking devices (liquid locking         regulations, codes of
 compounds/adhesives) including shelf life expiry                 practice
 Outlines torquing principles, applications, methods and          Australian Standards
 techniques:
                                                                  Works within timeframes
 Prepares components for assembly – cleans and paints
                                                                  Effective communication
 Outlines regulatory body requirements relating to
 securing of fasteners (lock wiring)                              Waste minimisation

 Ensures components meet specifications
 Identifies and reports mechanical issues – stripped
 threads, broken studs, incorrect parts




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                     AURM341149A Prepare competition vehicle and support equipment for transportation
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 48:         Discuss the methods that you have used for transporting vehicles and equipment to and from a race meeting. Consider the hazards
                     and risks involved in transportation.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 48
 Outlines the dangers associated with the storage of              Company/Team policies and
 chemicals etc                                                    procedures
 Transportation of relevant hazardous chemicals and               Category rules
 dangerous goods – fuels, chemicals
                                                                  Supplementary regulations
 Uses appropriate competition vehicle transportation              OH&S legislation,
 preparation methods – ramps, winches, cables                     regulations, codes of
 Secures competition vehicle appropriately – tie-downs,           practice
 inflatable rubber cushioning, etc                                Australian Standards
 Care taken to ensure no damage to brake lines and                Works within timeframes
 electrical cabling with tie downs, suspension, tyres, etc
                                                                  Effective communication
 Uses correct/safe loading and unloading techniques
                                                                  Manual handling
 Keeps accurate records of transportation eg, locations,
 times, dates                                                     Loading heavy equipment




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                                 AURM340607A Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition vehicles
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 49:         Outline the methods you have used to construct pipes and hoses for a vehicle and how you ensured they met the rules and
                     regulations.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 49
 Outlines types of hoses, pipes and fittings – single and         Company/Team policies and
 double flares, silver soldering and brazing techniques           procedures
 Interprets hose/pipe and fitting charts                          Category rules
 Measures and uses assembly techniques for hard lines             Supplementary regulations
 and soft lines                                                   OH&S legislation,
 Performs flushing/testing of lines                               regulations, codes of
                                                                  practice
 Reports equipment faults and component defects
 according to procedures                                          Australian Standards

 Flaring/swageing of line ends                                    Works within timeframes
                                                                  Effective communication




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                                                   AURT217108A Carry out wheel alignment operations
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 50: Describe the way that you carry out wheel alignments and what machinery and methods you use.
Question 51:         Outline the considerations that you make when working on wheel alignments at an event.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 50
 Uses methods and techniques appropriate to the                   Company/Team policies and
 circumstances                                                    procedures
 Uses appropriate equipment to carry out frame alignment          Category rules
 checks – chassis drop tests, tracking tests
                                                                  Supplementary regulations
 Carries out wheel alignment pre-checks on suspension             OH&S legislation,
 system components – tyres, springs, bushes, arms                 regulations, codes of
 Carries out wheel alignment pre-checks on steering               practice
 system components, tyres and wheel bearings                      Australian Standards
 Uses wheel alignment equipment to carry out wheel                Works within timeframes
 alignment checks
                                                                  Effective communication
 Conducts wheel alignment on a range of vehicles
 Interprets wheel alignment measurements
 Adjusts wheel alignment according to results of test
 Completes wheel alignment within appropriate time
 frames
 Question 51
 Considerations when working at events:
 Time
 Track




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                                                                                                    response
          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Environmental conditions
 Safety




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                                                    AURV224508A Carry out fabrication of components
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 52:         When fabricating components how do you select materials and techniques to ensure that strength and safety issues and tolerances
                     are met?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 52
 Selects and uses the correct types of metals relevant to         PPE
 the application eg: high tensile, mild and high carbon
                                                                  Company/Team policies and
 steels, aluminium sheet
                                                                  procedures
 Follows correct fabrication procedures relevant to the
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 task – preparation, alignment, priming, bonding, welding
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Cutting, shaping, bending of metal                               practice
 Using appropriate fabrication equipment – presses,               Australian Standards
 rollers, guillotine                                              Works within timeframes
 Works within industry accepted methods of fastening/             Effective communication
 gluing/bonding when fabricating components
 Applies tolerances and uses correct tolerance levels
 Ensures part conforms to specifications




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                                                         AURC251677A Use numbers in the workplace
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 53:         Discuss how you use numbers in your workplace and within your team role for data and specifications.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 53
 Works within enterprise policies in relation to collection,      Company/Team policies and
 storage and application of numerical information                 procedures
 Uses working knowledge of basic mathematical concepts            Category rules
 Performs calculations – addition, multiplication,                Supplementary regulations
 subtraction, division and percentages                            OH&S legislation,
 Performs calculations involving both whole numbers and           regulations, codes of
 fractions                                                        practice

 Presents numerical and related information in an                 Australian Standards
 appropriate format to the appropriate audience                   Effective communication
 Interprets numerical information appropriately
 Uses numerical skills to estimate quantities of resources
 required (fuel, oil, materials etc)
 Uses numerical skills to estimate time to complete tasks
 Uses numerical skills to adjust machinery settings as
 appropriate




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                                                 AURT225667A Use and maintain measuring equipment
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 54:         Outline the measuring equipment you commonly use, why you select that equipment and how you maintain its accuracy.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 54
 Uses micrometers, verniers, dial indicators, rules, tapes,       Company/Team policies and
 feeler gauges and strips, bore gauges, squares, v-blocks         procedures
 and plastigage
                                                                  Category rules
 Uses and understands common terms relating to                    Supplementary regulations
 measuring including run-out, backlash, end float,
 clearance tolerance and fit                                      OH&S legislation,
                                                                  regulations, codes of
 Measures accurately and with reliability                         practice
 Maintains measuring equipment in good condition                  Australian Standards
 Records measuring data for future reference                      Works within timeframes
                                                                  Effective communication




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                             AURT270278A Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                           ASSESSOR’S NAME:                          DATE:

Refer to Generic Questions G and H.




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                                            AURT334972A Set, operate and monitor specialist machines
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 55:         Discuss the specialist machines that you have used. Outline any specific considerations that you have made for the machine, the set
                     up and operation.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 55
 Selects the necessary cleaning/lubricating agents                Manufacturer‟s/workshop
                                                                  manual
 Reads and interprets technical information including
 technical drawings – isometric, schematic, exploded              Company/Team policies and
 views, diagrams                                                  procedures
 Follows equipment safety requirements – safe operation,          OH&S legislation,
 PPE, isolation switches, safety stops                            regulations, codes of
                                                                  practice
 Uses proper safe machining methods – tool set-up,
 speeds, feeds, cuts, loads                                       Australian Standards

 Understands Industry Codes of Practice (AS4182-1994)             Effective communication

 Performs tool sharpening – shapes tool for job, cutting          Relevant hand tools and
 speed/feed                                                       equipment

 Uses correct manual handling techniques when loading/            PPE
 unloading machine – lifting, twisting                            Works within timeframes
 Uses correct measuring techniques relevant to the job            Waste management
 Understands the types, characteristics, uses and
 limitations of workplace equipment




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                                                              MEM07005B Perform general machining
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                        DATE:

Competency in this unit cannot be claimed until all prerequisites have been satisfied. Pre-requisites: MEM09002B, MEM12023A, MEM18001C
 Please tick this box to indicate all prerequisites for these units have been met
Question 56:         Describe how you have carried out machining operations.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS             Indicate if                         COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                  Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                          Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 56
 Plans task                                                        Industry Codes and
                                                                   Standards
 Places markings on job where required
                                                                   Standard Operating
 Loads job into machine using correct clamping and                 procedures
 mounting techniques
                                                                   Workplace documentation
 Understands tolerances and limits of size
                                                                   OH&S legislation
 Sets correct machining parameters, feeds and speeds
                                                                   Waste minimisation
 Uses safety guards and shields
                                                                   Manufacturer‟s instructions
 Applies coolant/lubricant                                         for materials and equipment
 Performs machining
 Adjusts machine settings, slides and collars as required
 Checks machine components using appropriate tooling
 for compliance to specifications




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                                                AURT225156A Read and interpret engineering drawings
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 57:         Discuss how you have read or interpreted an engineering drawing at work. What did you do with the drawing?
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 57
 Identifies job requirements                                      Measuring procedures
 Selects appropriate engineering drawings                         ISO standards and/or ADR‟s
 Recognises types of engineering drawings – schematic,            Product manufacturer
 exploded, isometric, elevation                                   engineering drawings
                                                                  standards and practices
 Identifies symbols, codes, legends and diagrammatic
 representations                                                  Standard Operating
                                                                  procedures
 Uses standards and their meanings
                                                                  Workplace documentation
 Identifies specifications/finish, dimensions/tolerances
                                                                  OH&S legislation
 Reads and converts measurements from decimal to
 faction and vice versa
 Applies quality procedures to drawings used in the
 workplace




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                                                AURT225191A Produce drawings from design concepts
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 58:         Discuss your experiences in design drawing. Outline the process that you undertook.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 58
 Identifies object to be drawn                                    Automotive terminology
 Identifies parts required from the design                        Interpreting engineering
                                                                  drawings
 Establishes design requirements and limitations
                                                                  Standards (ADR‟s)
 Uses and comprehends the symbols required in the
 design                                                           Technical drawing
                                                                  procedures
 Quantifies and drafts the initial drawing – materials, sizes,
 dimensions                                                       Manufacturer engineering
                                                                  drawings standards and
 Completes the drawing to industry requirements                   practices
 Ensures that the drawing is accurate, correct and specific       OH&S legislation
 to the need
                                                                  Effective communication
 Verifies dimensions to match specifications
 Reads and interprets engineering drawings – views,
 angles and finishes
 Checks and adjusts drawings as appropriate
 Ensures compliance with workplace documentation
 requirements




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                                                         AURT225291A Produce patterns and templates
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                  ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 59:          Discuss how you have interpreted a drawing or design and subsequently used it to make an accurate template or pattern.
                             KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
          The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 59
 Plans process:                                                    Automotive terminology
 Material selection                                                Vehicle safety requirements
 Tools, equipment and instruments                                  OH&S legislation,
                                                                   regulations, codes of
 Finishes                                                          practice
 Limits                                                            Australian Standards
 Tolerances                                                        Effective communication
 Size requirements and dimensions for the product                  Relevant hand tools and
 Outlines the theory for production of patterns or                 equipment
 templates                                                         PPE
 Determines dimensions of finished patterns or templates           Works within timeframes
 from drawings (visualises the finished product to allow for
 selection of material quantity)                                   Waste management/
                                                                   housekeeping
 Plots dimensions from drawing to material
 Uses correct tools for accuracy
 Prepares drawings and presents information
 Completes patterns or template to industry standards
 Checks finished template against drawing for correctness
 and suitability
 Completes and files appropriate documentation




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                                     AURV281408A Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding procedures
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 60:         Provide an example of how you have used TIG welding. Discuss the steps that you have taken in this process.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 60
 Identifies job requirements                                      Automotive terminology
 Identifies types of metals – high carbon, stainless, mild,       Vehicle safety requirements
 high tensile steels, cast iron, aluminium
                                                                  OH&S legislation,
 Selects types of rods, fluxes etc for the application            regulations, codes of
                                                                  practice
 Performs TIG welding techniques and processes
 according to workplace requirements                              Australian Standards

 Ensures maintenance is performed appropriately (tip              Effective communication
 sharpening/setting)                                              Relevant hand tools and
 Reports any faults and material defects – porosities,            equipment
 fractures, fatigue                                               PPE
 Reuses, recycles or stores excess materials                      Works within timeframes
 Removes waste                                                    Manual handling




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                                                     MEM0500C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                  ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 61:         Discuss the range of tools and PPE equipment you have used in oxy acetylene welding.
Question 62:         Discuss your understanding of hazards associated with oxy welding as well as the precautions to remove or reduce the risk of injury.
Question 63:         Explain the factors that may affect the quality of an oxy welding application.
                            KEY POINTS                              INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                     response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following     These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                     addresses
                                                                        candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                     KP and IR

 Question 61
 Selects and fits PPE equipment:                                   Work safety practices
 Long sleeved overalls, safety boots with steel caps,              Australian Standards
 leather apron, leather gloves, leather spats, gas welding
 goggles, hat or cap, respirator if required                       Standard operating
                                                                   procedures
 Uses a range of tools:
                                                                   MSDS
 Various cutting tips, tip cleaners, roller guide, circle guide,
 cutting attachments, angle grinder and bench grinder jogs         Work notes and plans
 and fixtures, cutting station, protective barriers and signs,
                                                                   Product labels
 non flammable covers
                                                                   Manufacturer‟s
 Question 62
                                                                   specifications
 Discusses backfire:                                               Waste minimisation
  □ Cools the tip
  □ Operates at correct distance from the molten material
  □ Ensures there is sufficient gas working pressure to
    maintain the flame
 Discusses flash back:
  □ Ensures flash back arrestor is installed/engaged to
    stop a flame from travelling beyond the hoses and to
    the cylinders where an explosion could occur
 Discusses leaking connections:



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                                                                                                   response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following   These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                   addresses
                                                                      candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                   KP and IR
  □ Checks connection prior to using oxy plant (eg soapy
    water test or pressure test on the equipment where
    working pressure is dropping)
  □ Adjusts working pressure
  □ Turns off cylinders
  □ Monitors pressure readings over a period of time
 Discusses volatile gas:
  □ Treats gas cylinders with caution
  □ Ensures gas cylinders do not become overheated
  □ Uses and stores gas cylinders correctly (upright
    position)
 Discusses combustion:
  □ Recognises risks created by an oxygen enriched
    environment where combustion may readily occur
 Question 63
 Discusses impact of coatings eg galvanising, zinc or alloy
 material as well as colour bond coatings
 Understands that melting or mixing of the coating
 removes the qualities and can at times give off harmful
 gaseous material
 Discusses alternatives eg braze welding or brazing where
 less heat is involved and the coating or quality of the
 parent material is not affected




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                                               MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc (MIG) welding
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                 ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                      DATE:

Question 64:         Discuss the procedures that you have used to perform MIG welding. Include examples of fillet and butt welds.
                            KEY POINTS                             INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS            Indicate if                       COMMENTS
                                                                                                    response
         The candidate‟s response should evidence the following    These must be evidenced in the                 Record other key points and examples from conversation.
                                                                                                    addresses
                                                                       candidate‟s response                         Identify whether a practical assessment is warranted.
                                                                                                    KP and IR

 Question 64
 Identifies a range of applications where MIG has been            Work safety practices
 used
                                                                  Australian Standards
 Discusses variables that may occur during welding
                                                                  Standard operating
 Discusses modifications to variables:                            procedures
     □ Current and voltage settings                               MSDS
     □ Gas flow rates                                             Work notes and plans
     □ Wire diameters
                                                                  Product labels
     □ Wire feed speed
                                                                  Manufacturer‟s
 Demonstrates understanding of impact of changing                 specifications
 variables and the result achieved/produced by those
 changes                                                          Waste minimisation
 Examples provided confirm candidate’s knowledge of:
    □ Types of gases and their use
    □ Relationships between amperage/wire feed,
        voltage, gas flow, electrode and material
    □ Application of weld metal transfer (short arc,
        spray etc)
    □ Correct welding machine, leads, hand pieces and
        electrodes
    □ Electrode classification
    □ Causes of distortion for materials
    □ Safe welding practices




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                     SECTION D
            Practical Tasks and
           Observation Recording
                  Sheets
You use this section to assist you in determining a candidate‟s competency in those areas where
they have not yet successfully demonstrated their skills, knowledge and prior experience.
Therefore, candidates are not required to complete all tasks. You select tasks after considering
available evidence collected through previous phases and according to context and needs of each
candidate.




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Candidates are not required to complete all tasks. The Assessor is to select tasks after
considering available evidence collected through previous phases and according to the context
and needs of each candidate.

In addition to the specific requirements of the tasks listed below, the tasks require you to also
demonstrate how you:

         Plan and prepare for the work
         Clean up following the work
         Work in a safe manner following OH&S procedures
         Prevent environmental impact of the work performed
         Produce a quality outcome
         Communicate with other workers
         Clarify and resolve problems as they arise

In the workplace or a simulated environment you are required to demonstrate skills, procedures
and techniques relating to the motorsport area. As areas of this qualification have specific OH&S
considerations, assessors may not be able to observe in close range some of the competencies
required. In this instance, assessors may have to use alternative methods of establishing
competency.

Access to a vehicle will be required, if none is available discuss with the assessor how you may go
about accomplishing the tasks selected.

                                              PRACTICAL TASKS
                   AURT366108A          Carry out diagnostic procedures
 Task 1
                   AURT201170A          Inspect and service engines
                   AURT202170A          Inspect and service cooling systems
                   AURT306170A          Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and associated components
                   AURT206670A          Inspect and service transmissions (manual)
                   AURT203170A          Service petrol fuel systems
                   AURT210170A          Inspect and service braking systems

 Discuss with your assessor the availability of a vehicle or components for you to carry out an inspection and
   any service adjustments required to a vehicle‟s systems to complete the following:
 1. Inspect for wear/damage
 2. Adjust to ensure correct operation
 3. Check operation and lubricate
 4. Replace worn/used components
                   AURT303166A          Repair petrol fuel systems
 Task 2
                   AURT306170A          Inspect, service and /or repair clutch assemblies and associated components
                   AURT306666A          Repair transmissions (manual)
                   AURT310166A          Repair hydraulic braking systems
                   AURT312666A          Repair final drive assemblies
                   AURT313166A          Repair final drive (driveline)
                   AURT315166A          Repair steering systems
                   AURT316166A          Repair suspension systems
                   AURE218708A          Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits




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                   AURE320666A          Repair ignition systems
                   AURE319166A          Repair charging systems
                   AURE319266A          Repair starting systems
                   AURT217108A          Carry out wheel alignment operations

 Using a vehicle or removed components complete a repair on those systems selected by your assessor,
  you will be required to:

 1.   Evaluate the component for damage
 2.   Dismantle, clean and measure the component
 3.   Determine the correct method of repair
 4.   Carry out repairs to correct the problem
 5.   Re-assemble and adjust to correct industry standards
 6.   Test and prepare for re-use/storage
                   AURM240080A          Operate in a motorsport environment
 Task 3
                   AURM240172A          Set up and dismantle temporary work location and equipment
                   AURM340204A          Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle
                   AURM340312A          Collect and log motorsport data
                   AURM340413A          Comply with motorsport team and event safety requirements
                   AURM340550A          Conduct non-destructive testing
                   AURM340851A          Perform competition vehicle preparation procedures at event
                   AURM340951A          Perform pit lane / service area operations
                   AURM341051A          Perform torquing and fastening
                   AURM341149A          Prepare competition vehicle and support equipment for transportation

 To complete this task you will be required to set up and maintain a motorsport pit area at a meeting you will
   need to :
 1. Prepare a vehicle for competition
 2. Conduct non-destructive testing on a competition vehicle
 3. Establish a level area for work, complying with controlling body requirements
 4. Set up and organise a pit area including safety barricades, vehicular access and flammables storage
 5. Conduct a risk assessment of the team operating area
 6. Prepare/tune vehicle to suit conditions
 7. Dismantle and clean area after meeting
 8. Load and secure vehicle for transportation.
                   AURT225667A          Use and maintain measuring equipment
 Task4
                   AURT270278A          Use and maintain workplace tools & equipment
                   AURT334972A          Set, operate and monitor specialist machines
                   MEM07005B            Perform general machining
                   AURT225156A          Read and interpret engineering drawings
                   AURT225191A          Produce drawings from design concepts
                   AURT225291A          Produce patterns and templates




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 You are required to machine a component for use on a vehicle, you will be need to :
 1. Read the drawing/s
 2. Select the correct tools
 3. Select and prepare the correct equipment for machining the component
 4. Select and prepare the material to be used
 5. Complete the machining operation to correct tolerances as per the drawing
 6. Clean down the machine after use
                   AURV281408A          Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding processes
 Task 5
                   MEM05004C            Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
                   MEM05050B            Weld using gas metal arc (MIG) welding process
                   AURV224508A          Carry out fabrication of components
                   AURM340607A          Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition vehicles
                   AURC251677A          Use numbers in the workplace

 You will be required to fabricate a component for use from supplied drawings, you will be expected to:
 1. Read and interpret the drawings
 2. Plan the activity
 3. Calculate materials required
 4. Prepare the materials
 5. Weld/fabricate the component
 6. Clean and check for accuracy


                   AURM340607A          Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition vehicles
 Task 6
                   AURC251677A          Use numbers in the workplace

 You will be required to fabricate a pipe assembly for use from supplied information, you will be expected to:
 1. Read and interpret the drawings
 2. Plan the activity
 3. Calculate materials required
 4. Prepare the materials
 5. Construct the pipe/hose assembly using correct methods
 6. Clean and check for accuracy




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CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                            SIGNATURE:                                                       DATE:
ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                             SIGNATURE:                                                       DATE:
LOCATION:
NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task                     Industry requirements        Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                          behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                                 observed

 Generic            All     Identifies work requirements                                 PPE
 Components
                            Identifies and reports hazards and risks within the          OH&S legislation,
                            workplace (including fire hazards/ accident/ emergency       regulations, codes of
                            procedures)                                                  practice
                            Reuses, recycles or disposes of waste appropriately          MSDS
                            Ensures waste does not access stormwater                     Dangerous goods and
                                                                                         substances/chemicals
                            Ensures noise and air pollution is minimised
                                                                                         Australian Standards
                            Observes warnings in relation to working with components
                                                                                         Works within timeframes
                            Uses aural, visual and functional tests to identify faults
                                                                                         Effective communication
                            Plans and prepares sequences of task/s
                                                                                         Waste minimisation
                            Ensures work is completed within appropriate timeframes
                                                                                         Environmental
                            Uses effective communication                                 considerations
                            Uses correct tools and equipment including lifting           Automotive terminology
                            equipment (jacks, stands, hoists, specific tools)
                                                                                         Manual handling
                            Uses vehicle protective equipment (seat cover, floor mat,
                            engine protectors)                                           Workplace evacuation/ injury
                                                                                         procedures
                            Accesses Manufacturer‟s/workshop manual
                            Completes appropriate documentation (spare parts, oils,
                            customer service, repair orders, team/owner reports)




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    Unit and       Task               Observable behaviours in task                Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                             behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                    observed
                          Reports to appropriate person/s
                          Ensures work area is clean and tidy
                          Stores and maintains tools and equipment appropriately




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CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                           SIGNATURE:                                                      DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                            SIGNATURE:                                                      DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task                    Industry requirements       Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                        behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                               observed

 AURT201170A         1      Conducts diagnosis of equipment/component                   OH&S legislation,
                                                                                        requirements and work
 AURT202170A                Uses diagnostic equipment to isolate fault                  safety practices
 AURT206670A                Prepares to inspect and service engine/braking              Australian Standards
                            system/manual transmission/cooling system/fuel system
 AURT203170A
                                                                                        Job cards/workplace
                            Waste oils recovered and stored                             documentation
 AURT210170A
                            Use of correct lubricants (according to application)        Effective communication
 AURT366108A
                            Use of correct coolants                                     Operation of equipment in
                            Inspect oil/fluid – looks for colour/contamination (water   accordance with
                            etc)                                                        manufacturer‟s instructions

                            Inspect vehicle for tightness nuts/bolts/components         Works within timeframes

                            Checks intake systems (air filtering) systems               Good housekeeping

                            Checks drive belt systems
                            Checks camshaft driving belts
                            Checks and service braking systems (bleeds brakes
                            Analyses assessments to systems
                            Removes, repairs or replaces faulty/damaged/worn parts
                            and components




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    Unit and       Task                Observable behaviours in task                Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                              behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                     observed
                          Adjustments/replacements carried out as necessary
                          Ensures protective guards, safety features and cowlings
                          are in place
                          Conducts final inspection to vehicle
                          Cleans vehicle and work area




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CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                           SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                            SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                 Observable behaviours in task                    Industry requirements       Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                       behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                              observed

 AURT303166A         2      Visual/aural/road test to make diagnosis                   OH&S legislation,
                                                                                       requirements and work
 Repair petrol                           -    security                                 safety practices
 fuel systems
                                         -    leaks                                    Australian Standards
                                         -    all parts fitted                         Job cards/workplace
                                         -    checks acceleration (gradual operation   documentation
                                              of throttle)                             Effective communication
                                         -    misfiring - sound                        Operation of equipment in
                                         -    „jerkiness‟                              accordance with
                                                                                       manufacturer‟s instructions
                                         -    lack of power
                                                                                       Works within timeframes
                                         -    smoke
                                                                                       Good housekeeping
                            Isolates problem to fuel system
                                                                                       Adequate ventilation
                            Removes/replaces components:
                                         -    uses correct tools
                                         -    prevents leaks
                                         -    ensures fire safety
                                         -    reduce risk of contaminants
                            Dismantle carburettor in manufacturers sequence




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    Unit and        Task                Observable behaviours in task                  Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element          No.                                                                                                                behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                        observed
                           Parts are washed and inspected to determine
                           wear/replacement
                           New parts selected/used as required
                           Assemble carburettor according to workshop
                           manual/manufacturers instructions
                           Refit carburettor – check security of components
                           Start run and adjust - using gas analyser

 AURT306170A         2     Road test (if possible)
 Inspect, Service          Checks
 and /or repair
 clutch                     - operating system (pedal, master cylinder/ cable)
 assemblies and             - road test for slipping/engagement
 associated
 components                 - check for oil leaks
                           Dismantles
                            - uses manufacturers guidelines (step by step, safety,
                              security of transmission)
                           Replaces
                            - new part selected
                            - refitted – operating system adjusted to achieve
                              manufacturers specifications
                           Test drive – check adjustment
                           Makes final adjustment (if required)

 AURT303166A         2     Visual/aural/road test to make diagnosis
 Repair petrol                           -    security
 fuel systems
                                         -    leaks
                                         -    all parts fitted
                                         -    checks acceleration (gradual operation
                                              of throttle)




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    Unit and       Task               Observable behaviours in task                   Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                       observed
                                       -    misfiring - sound
                                       -    „jerkiness‟
                                       -    lack of power
                                       -    smoke
                          Isolates problem to fuel system
                          Removes/replaces components:
                                       -    uses correct tools
                                       -    prevents leaks
                                       -    ensures fire safety
                                       -    reduce of risk of contaminants
                          Dismantles carburettor in manufacturers sequence
                          Washes and inspects parts to determine
                          wear/replacement
                          Selects/uses new parts as required
                          Assembles carburettor according to workshop
                          manual/manufacturers instructions
                          Refits carburettor – check security of components
                          Starts run and adjust - using gas analyser

 AURT306666A        2     Visual/aural inspection to make diagnosis
 Repair                   Checks
 transmissions
 (manual)                  - leaks/lubricants
                          Removes/dismantles
                           - uses manufacturers guidelines (step by step, safety,
                             security of transmission)
                          Inspects wear/damage/broken components
                          Replaces damaged parts
                          Assembles using manufacturers specifications (end-floats,




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    Unit and         Task               Observable behaviours in task                 Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element           No.                                                                                                              behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                       observed
                            preloads (bearings))
                            Conducts road test
                            Re-checks and makes final adjustments

 AURT310166A          2     Conducts road test
 Repair hydraulic           Checks for leaks
 braking systems
                            Checks for operation (eg, seizing)
                            Checks mechanical brake system for operational security
                            Checks pedal, checks brake booster
                            Checks ABS operation
                            Removes calliper
                            Replaces pads/linings/rotors and drums as necessary
                            Overhaul calliper/cylinders
                                         -     dismantle, clean (uses appropriate
                                               cleaning agents), replace seals,
                                               components, fit new parts, etc
                            Refits components to vehicle – adjustment and bleeding
                            following manufacturers specifications
                            Conducts road test
                            Re-checks and makes final adjustments

 AURT312666A          2     Conducts road test
 Repair final               Dismantles drive assembly
 drive
 assemblies                 Replaces bearings, components, as necessary

 AURT313166A                Replaces parts as necessary (universals, boots, joints)

 Repair final               Adjusts/ re-assembles as necessary
 drive (driveline)          Conducts road test
                            Re-checks and makes final adjustments




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    Unit and           Task                Observable behaviours in task                 Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element             No.                                                                                                               behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                          observed

 AURT315166A            2     Conducts visual and physical inspection
 Repair steering              Diagnoses – damaged boots, looseness in joints
 systems
                              Dismantles/replaces components as necessary
                              Adjusts as necessary (wheel alignment)
                              Power steering
                              Checks for leaks, noise, belt tension/condition
                              Identifies parts for replacement
                              Replaces as necessary
                              Adjusts/re-assembles as necessary
                              Conducts road test
                              Re-checks and makes final adjustments

 AURT316166A            2     Conducts visual and physical inspection
 Repair                       Diagnoses faults
 suspension
 systems                      Uses specialised tools used where required (spring
                              compressors, separators)
                              Replaces bushes, shock absorbers, springs as required
                              Reassembles using correct tensions/procedures
                              Ensures oxy torch not used – (viton rubber issues)
                              Ensures Australian design rules/regulatory body
                              requirements for height and travel are followed
                              Conducts road test
                              Re-checks and makes final adjustments

 AURE218708A            2     Checks for fault occurrence
 Carry out                    Uses multimeter to isolate fault (amps, ohms and volts)
 repairs to single
 electrical circuits          Faults repaired using solder and/or crimp connections as
                              required




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    Unit and       Task                Observable behaviours in task                Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                              behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                     observed
                          Awareness of safety issues (heat)

 AURE320666A        2     Checks for fault occurrence
 Repair ignition          Isolate fault to electrical system
 systems
                          Replace spark plugs, leads, cap, rotor, points,
                          condenser/modules as required
                          Adjust dwell timing, air gaps as required
                          Conducts road test

 AURE319166A        2     Checks for fault occurrence
 Repair charging          Removes, replaces, refits– alternator/fan belt
 systems
                          Disconnect battery
                          Check charging/regulation – start engine, ensure charge
                          Conducts road test

 AURE319266A        2     Checks for fault occurrence
 Repair starting          Checks operation
 systems
                          Disconnects battery
                          Dismantles (checks components as necessary)
                          Removes starter motor
                          Replaces starter motor
                          Replaces/reconnects battery
                          Checks operation
                          Conducts road test

 AURT217108A        2     Use a wheel alignment machine to test for fault/s
 Carry out wheel          Visually inspects for bent and tyre condition
 alignment
 operations               Checks frame alignment using string line method
                          Correctly sets up machine – laser, bubble, string line




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    Unit and       Task               Observable behaviours in task   Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                       observed
                          Takes readings
                          Adjusts as necessary
                          Conducts road test
                          Re-checks and makes final adjustments




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                                                                             Practical Tasks
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                            SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                             SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task                     Industry requirements      Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                        behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                               observed

 AURM340851A         3      Performs competition vehicle preparation                     PPE
 Perform                    Finalise technical preparation prior to a race               Fire fighting equipment
 competition
 vehicle                    Conducts pre and post-race checks and maintenance            Loading equipment
 preparation                Prepares a vehicle for scrutineering                         Transportation
 procedures at
 an event                   Sets up systems operation – initial set up (baseline)        Manual handling

 AURM340204A                Installs electrical/electronic systems                       OH&S legislation,
                                                                                         requirements and work
 Assemble and               Installs fluid/pneumatic/fire systems                        safety practices
 prepare a                  Conducts post-assembly checks
 competition                                                                             Controlling body rules and
 vehicle                    Uses sound engineering principles for vehicle construction   regulations

                            Keeps records on modifications/adjustments                   Australian design rules
                            Checks:                                                      Regulatory body

                            Spring settings                                              EPA

                            Engine tuning details                                        Regulations relating to
                                                                                         security
                            Tyre types and sizes, pressures and compounds
                            Exhaust/sound level requirements
                            Wheel alignment settings




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    Unit and       Task                Observable behaviours in task                  Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                       observed
                          Steering settings
                          Gearing settings
                          Performs race maintenance as required

 AURM340550A        3     Uses testing equipment eg dye penetrant, magnetic,
                          Rockwell and Brinell hardness testing
 Conduct non-
 destructive              Carries out non-destructive testing in a safe manner/area
 testing
                          Prepares for non-destructive testing
                          Verifies results of non-destructive testing
                          Records and analyses results
                          Reports results to appropriate person

 AURM240080A        3     Sets up pit as required by regulation
 Operate in a             Ensures work within own role
 motorsport
 environment              Wears appropriate uniform/PPE

 AURM340951A              Demonstrates awareness of class/categories/ terminology

 Perform pit              Documentation and team roles
 lane/service             Conducts pre-event preparation
 area operations
                          Conducts a pit stop
                                        -     performs routine maintenance
                                        -     works in appropriate sequence
                                        -     work in a team environment
                                        -     performs to role
                                        -     works as fast as possible
                                        -     carries out adjustments and emergency
                                              repairs
                          Considers weather conditions
                          Conducts post-event maintenance and repairs




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    Unit and        Task                Observable behaviours in task                 Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element          No.                                                                                                               behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                       observed
                           Conducts a post stop clean up

 AURM240172A         3     Considers location layout
 Set up and                Establishes and confirms the effectiveness of the layout
 dismantle
 temporary work            Ensures safety of environment
 location and              Conducts a risk assessment of the work location and
 equipment                 team operating area
 AURM340413A               Demonstrates an awareness of leads, fuel storage,
 Comply with               personnel, gas and safe storage, use and transportation
 motorsport team           Ensures environmental care – prevent oil leaks
 and event safety
 requirements              Demonstrates an awareness of fire risks/dangerous
                           goods
                           Considers tripping hazards
                           Erects barriers and barricades to prevent public access
                           Ensures security
                           Sets up the work location appropriately
                           Considers work flow arrangements
                           Works according to work role
                           Considers others in the work area
                           Ensures safety to self and others

 AURM341051A         3     Demonstrates fastening methods to suit application
 Perform                   Identifies compatibility/ incompatibility of materials,
 torquing and              adhesives, fittings and fasteners
 fastening
                           Uses different types of fasteners including mechanical,
                           chemical
                           Selects and uses correct torque wrench and adaptors
                           Ensures that the assembly meets the requirements of the
                           specification
                           Prepares component for assembly




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    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task             Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                             behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                    observed
                          Keeps appropriate records and documentation

 AURM340312A        3     Data logging methods – electronic, manual
 Collect and log          Keeps records:
 motorsport data
                                   modification/improvements/regulations
                                   weather/circuit data
                                   driver characteristics
                          Reporting methods (authorisation/engineering)
                          Limitations of data logging
                          Checking the data logging system operation

 AURM341149A        3     Prepares vehicle for transportation
 Prepare                  Uses correct tie-down procedures
 competition
 vehicle and              Safely prepares and transports hazardous chemicals and
 support                  goods
 equipment for            Loads and unloads competition vehicle and support
 transportation           equipment considering variations in:
                          Weather
                          Day or night
                          Terrain conditions
                          Load lists




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                                                                           Practical Tasks
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                          SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                           SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                    Observable behaviours in task                 Industry requirements      Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                      behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                             observed

 AURT225191A         4      Identifies object to be drawn                              Industry standards
                                                                                       Terminology
 Produce                    Establishes requirements of design (equipment, material)
 drawings from                                                                         Industry code of practice
 design concepts            Draws an initial draft                                     Australian Standards
                                                                                       (AS4182-1994)
 AURT225291A                Checks draft
                                                                                       Drawing standards
 Produce                    Completes drawing
                                                                                       PPE
 patterns and               Determines dimensions of complete pattern
 templates                                                                             Manual handling
                            Plans the process
                                                                                       OH&S legislation,
                            Plots/marks out dimensions                                 requirements and work
                            Completes the pattern                                      safety practices
                                                                                       Controlling body rules and
 AURT225667A         4      Measures using appropriate machinery and                   regulations
                            equipment/tools
 Use and                                                                               Australian design rules
 maintain                   Uses non-specialist measuring equipment (micrometer,
 measuring                  vernier, calliper, dial indicator)                         Regulatory body
 equipment                                                                             EPA
                            Compares results with manufacturers specifications
 AURC251677A                                                                           Regulations relating to
                            Records results
 Use numbers in                                                                        security
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    Unit and        Task                Observable behaviours in task                    Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element          No.                                                                                                                  behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                          observed
                     4                                                                 Effective Communication
 AURT270278A               Selects appropriate tool/s for the task
 Use and                   Demonstrates use of appropriate tool for job
 maintain
 workplace                 Ensures safety of tools and environment
 tooling and
 equipment

 AURT334972A         4     Reads and interprets diagrams
 Set, operate and          Selects appropriate methods of completing task
 monitor
 specialist                Marks out appropriately
 machines                  Sets up machine appropriately (including guards, tooling,
 MEM07005B                 tools mounted appropriately)

 Perform general           Considers safety of machines
 machining                 Performs one precision grinding operation
 AURT225156A               Performs one milling or boring operation
 Read and                  Machines components to specified tolerances and
 interpret                 finishes (checks measurements)
 engineering
 drawings                  Ensures appropriate sequence of operations
                           Ensures quality control
                           Reuses, recycles materials (as appropriate)
                           Ensures minimum wastage
                           Cleans tools and equipment
                           Stores tools and equipment




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                                                                           Practical Tasks
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                          SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                           SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task                   Industry requirements      Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                      behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                             observed

 AURV281408A         5      Reads and understands job instructions                     PPE
 Carry out gas              Prepares materials/equipment for welding                   Manual handling
 tungsten arc
 (TIG) welding              Demonstrates use of different types of metal (steel,       OH&S legislation,
 procedures                 aluminium)                                                 requirements and work
                                                                                       safety practices
 MEM05004C                  Welds using :
                                                                                       Controlling body rules and
 Perform routine            Gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding                             regulations
 oxy acetylene              Oxy acetylene welding
 welding                                                                               Australian design rules
                            Gas metal arc welding                                      Industry standards
 MEM05050C
                            Demonstrates understanding of types of fluxes, rods and    Codes of practice
 Perform routine            their application
 gas metal arc
 welding                    Selects correct tip and welding rod
                            Demonstrates understanding of voltage settings, gas flow
                            rates, wire feed speed, wire diameters
                            Demonstrates understanding of gas properties and
                            applications (including oxy acetylene fuel gas)
                            Maintains welding machine
                            Performs appropriate welding techniques
                            Identifies faults and records




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    Unit and       Task               Observable behaviours in task                     Industry requirements   Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                  behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                         observed

 AURV224508A        5     Follows environmental considerations
 Carry out                Follows safety requirements (fumes, lead poisoning)
 fabrication of
 components               Selects materials to be bonded
                          Follows fabrication procedures including fastening, gluing,
                          bonding, welding
                          Maintains tolerance to requirements
                          Cleans and stores equipment and materials appropriately




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                                                                              Practical Tasks
CANDIDATE’S NAME:                                                            SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

ASSESSOR’S NAME:                                                             SIGNATURE:                                                     DATE:

LOCATION:

NB: The skills listed below must be verified by a competent assessor through observed demonstration either in the candidate‟s workplace as part of the candidate‟s
normal work duty OR as part of a practical assessment/demonstration set by the assessor.

    Unit and       Task                  Observable behaviours in task                     Industry requirements      Assessor’s comments      Indicate if        Date
    element         No.                                                                                                                        behaviour        assessed
 covered in task                                                                                                                               observed

 AURM340607A         6      Lays out components to ensure clearance on vehicle           PPE
 Construct                  Accesses charts and manuals to select                        Manual handling
 hose/pipe                  diameter/compounds
 assemblies for                                                                          OH&S legislation,
 competition                Identifies suitable hose/pipe and fittings for application   requirements and work
 vehicles                                                                                safety practices
                            Uses correct assembly techniques – measuring and
 AURC251677A                termination                                                  Controlling body rules and
                                                                                         regulations
 Use numbers in             Performs single and double flaring
 the workplace                                                                           Australian design rules
                            Performs silver soldering and brazing
                                                                                         Industry standards
                            Flushes and pressure tests
                                                                                         Codes of practice
                            Performs tests to required specification
                            Records and documents outcomes




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                      SECTION E
           Resources for Practical
                  Tasks
You use this section to access any resources required by the candidate to undertake the practical
task/s or scenario/s. They are suggested resources only. You may wish to modify or use other
resources for the assessment tasks.




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In undertaking RPL Assessment utilising this tool, assessors and participants may wish to visit the
following site for possible resources:

                      Resource Generator - www.resourcegenerator.gov.au




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                       SECTION F
            Third Party Verification
The preferred approach in gaining third party validation is to take the forms in this section to the
candidate‟s previous employers or referees to gain confirmation of the candidate‟s skills against
the required competencies. This would be done during a conversation or interview with these
people.

It may be beneficial to make contact with the employers/referees early in the recognition process to
make appointments, particularly if you have to travel some distance to visit them. This may be
done on the same day as a practical assessment in the workplace if appropriate.

It is recommended that verification be obtained from one or two referees who can confirm the
candidate‟s industry skills in context over time.




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                                       REFEREE TESTIMONIAL
(Date)


To whom it may concern,

RE:                                                           skills in/as
          (insert candidate name)                                               (insert industry/job title)

I certify that the above named person has:

worked at                                                               for a period of              years

regularly undertaken the following activities within the workplace since commencing employment
with this organisation:

 Initial those skills/ competencies (below) that the candidate has or can successfully perform in the workplace

  Considers own safety, the safety of others, follows OH&S legislation and controlling body rules
   and regulations in relation to safe work practices and uses and maintains PPE
  Performs diagnostic procedures, inspects, services and repairs automotive machinery,
   equipment and components
  Diagnoses faults, services and repairs electrical circuits
  Operates in a motorsport environment, considering safety, timeframes and effective
   communication
  Assembles and prepares a competition vehicle
  Collects and logs motorsport data
  Performs non-destructive testing on vehicle components
  Performs pit lane/service area operations
  Performs torquing and fastening
  Transports vehicle and equipment
  Uses and maintains tools and equipment/machines
  Performs routine oxy acetylene welding, gas tungsten arc welding and gas metal arc welding
   on components and to an appropriate standard
  Reads and interprets engineering drawings and produces patterns and templates and
   drawings from design concepts to an appropriate standard

If you would like any further information or would like to discuss any of the above, I can be
contacted on

Yours sincerely



Signature
Print Name and Position




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                      SECTION G
                   Assessment Tables
You use these tables as a reference tool to see at a glance which units/elements of competency
are within the qualification.

Question numbers refer to those found in SECTION C of this kit.

Practical assessment/scenarios numbers refer to those found in SECTION D of this kit.

It is important to note that this section is used for validation purposes only. Any mapping should be
done after questions and tasks have been selected.




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 Elements                    Performance Criteria                                                                                                                           Questions         Practical
                                                                                                                                                                                               Tasks
 AURC270103A Apply safe working practices
 1. Apply basic safety       1.1   Procedures to achieve a safe working environment are followed and maintained in line with OH&S regulations and requirements                   1               GC
    procedures                     and according to worksite policy
                             1.2   All unsafe situations are recognised and reported according to worksite policy                                                                1               GC
                             1.3   All breakdowns in relation to machinery and equipment are reported to supervisor or nominated persons                                         1               GC
                             1.4   Fire and safety hazards are identified and precautions are taken or reported according to worksite policy and procedures                      1               GC
                             1.5   Dangerous goods and substances are identified, handled and stored according to worksite policy and procedures and OH&S                        1               GC
                                   requirements
                             1.6   Worksite policy regarding manual handling practice is followed                                                                                1               GC
                             1.7   Participation in consultative arrangements established by company for OH&S is exercised                                                       1               GC
 2. Apply emergency          2.1   Worksite policies and procedures regarding illness or accidents are identified and applied                                                   2,3              GC
    procedures               2.2   Safety alarms are identified                                                                                                                 2,3              GC
                             2.3   Qualified persons are contacted in the event of accident or sickness of customers or staff and accident details are documented
                                   according to worksite accident/ injury procedures                                                                                            2,3              GC
                             2.4   Worksite evacuation procedures are identified and applied                                                                                    2,3              GC

 AURT271781A Implement and monitor environmental regulations in the automotive industry
 1. Implement                1.1   Reasons for ethical environmental practice in an automotive mechanical workplace or business are identified                                   4
    environmental            1.2   Environmental responsibilities of staff in an automotive mechanical workplace or business are identified                                      4               GC
    regulations
                             1.3   Penalties for individual breaches of legislation are identified                                                                               4
                             1.4   Waste is minimised, waste material, including sludge, solids and other wastes are sorted and stored in bins for recycling or                  4
                                   disposal
                             1.5   Packaging on goods received is sorted and reused or disposed of to recycling                                                                  4               GC

 2. Monitor and avoid        2.1   No waste water or contaminants are allowed to enter stormwater systems                                                                        4               GC
    hazards to stormwater    2.2   Surface cleaning, engine degreasing and preparation is undertaken in an impervious paved area and does not contaminate                        4               GC
                                   stormwater
                             2.3   Parts and components containing environmentally hazardous material are stored under cover in a sealed and bunded or drained                   4               GC
                                   treatment area
                             2.4   Liquid wastes are drained into storage or recycling containers                                                                                4               GC
                             2.5   Parts washing is undertaken in an approved parts washer that does not cause contamination of stormwater or ground                             4               GC
                             2.6   Spill kit is located and used as needed to prevent stormwater contamination                                                                   4               GC
                             2.7   Drip trays are used under vehicles when chance of spillage or leakage is present                                                              4               GC
                             2.8   Spills are cleaned up immediately and workplace is kept clean to prevent unintentional stormwater pollution                                   4               GC
                             2.9   Hands are cleaned over drains connected to an oil/water separator or drums for collecting liquid waste                                        4               GC
                             2.10 Spills are cleaned up immediately and workplace is kept clean to prevent unintentional stormwater pollution                                    4               GC
 3. Monitor and avoid        3.1   Vehicle exhausts and emissions are minimised and contained                                                                                    4               GC
    hazards to air quality




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                                                                                                                                                                                                Tasks
                               3.2   Hazards of airborne particles are monitored, minimised and contained                                                                         4               GC
                               3.3   Hazards of gases are monitored, minimised and contained                                                                                      4               GC
                               3.4   Welding is conducted in a well-ventilated area                                                                                               4               GC
 4. Monitor and avoid          4.1   Noise generating activities are minimised and carried out within approved operating hours                                                    4               GC
    noise hazards

 AURT366108A Carry out diagnostic procedures
 1. Prepare to diagnose        1.1   Information is accessed from appropriate sources                                                                                            A,6               1
    faults                     1.2   Differentiate between symptoms and causes                                                                                                    6                1
                               1.3   Identify fault diagnosis as a process                                                                                                        6                1
                               1.4   Familiarisation of system(s) from the area of the fault's origin                                                                             6                1
 2. Apply technology to        2.1   Diagnosis strategy is developed that can be used to determine a fault within the component/equipment                                        5,6               1
    isolate fault/s            2.2   Meters/gauges/measuring equipment is applied to isolate fault                                                                               5,6               1
                               2.3   Identification of fault(s) are made from test results                                                                                       5,6               1
                               2.4   Findings are confirmed by an alternate route/plan                                                                                           5,6               1
                               2.5   Faults are diagnosed without causing damage to workplace property, component or equipment                                                   5,6               1
                               2.6   Inspections are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S legislation, legislation and enterprise                      5,6               1
                                     procedures/policies
 3. Recommend                  3.1   Report of findings is completed in workplace approved format                                                                                F,6               1
    rectification method (s)   3.2   Rectification strategy is identified                                                                                                         6                1
                               3.3   Consequences of ignoring strategy are identified                                                                                             6                1
                               3.4   Any faults in conflict with roadworthiness or safe operation of component/equipment are immediately brought to the attention of the         F,6               1
                                     supervisor for action
 4. Component /                4.1   Work schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                    F,6               1
    equipment is prepared      4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure safety features are in place                                                                             C,6               1
    for customer use
                               4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                        C,6               1
                               4.4   Job card is completed and delivered to appropriate persons                                                                                  F,6               1

 AURT201170A Inspect and service engines
 1.    Prepare to undertake    1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                         A,B,C             GC
      the inspection of        1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                 A,B,C             GC
      engines                        throughout the work
                               1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling required, are sourced                                  A,B,C             GC
                               1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures                        A,B,C             GC
                               1.5   Resources required for inspection of engine systems are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared                           A,B,C             GC
                               1.6   Warnings in relation to working with engine systems are observed                                                                           A,B,C             GC

 2. Conduct engine system      2.1   Engine systems inspections are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier                       F                1




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 Elements                     Performance Criteria                                                                                                                       Questions         Practical
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tasks
     inspections and                specifications for engine servicing
     analyse results                                                                                                                                                          7                1
                              2.2   Engines are started and run up to operating temperature and inspected for leaks, abnormal noises and pressures
                                                                                                                                                                              7                1
                              2.3   Analysis results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance
                                                                                                                                                                             F,7              GC
                              2.4   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) are made
                                                                                                                                                                              F               GC
                              2.5   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures
 3. Prepare to service        3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                7               GC
    engines                         throughout the work                                                                                                                       7               GC
                              3.2   Procedures and information required are identified and sourced                                                                            7               GC
                              3.3   Resources required for servicing are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared
 4. Carry out servicing       4.1   Service is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                         7                1
                              4.2   Adjustments made during the service are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                 7                1
 5. Prepare vehicle for use   5.1   Servicing schedule documentation is completed                                                                                             F               GC
    or storage                5.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                           C                1
                              5.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                              5.4   Vehicle is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                          H,7              GC
                              5.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT202170A Inspect and service cooling systems
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    the inspection of         1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
    cooling systems                 throughout the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling required, are sourced                               A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Resources required for cooling system inspection are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared                           A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with pressurised cooling systems are observed                                                           A,B,C             GC

 2. Inspect cooling           2.1   Cooling systems inspection is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier                     8                1
    systems and analyse             specifications
    results                   2.2   Results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance                         8                1
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                               F,8              GC
                              2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                               F               GC

 3. Prepare to service        3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                8               GC
    cooling systems                 throughout the work
                              3.2   Procedures and information required are identified and sourced                                                                            8               GC
                              3.3   Resources required for servicing cooling systems are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared                          8               GC

 4. Carry out servicing       4.1   Service is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                         8                1
                              4.2   Adjustments made during the service are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                 8                1




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                                                                                                                                                                                            Tasks
 5. Prepare equipment for     5.1   Servicing schedule documentation is completed                                                                                             F               GC
    use or storage            5.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                           C                1
                              5.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                              5.4   Equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                        H,8              GC
                              5.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT203170A Service petrol fuel systems
 1. Prepare to service        1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    petrol fuel system        1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
    components                      through the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling required are sourced                                A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Resources required for servicing are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared                                           A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with petrol are observed                                                                                A,B,C             GC

 2. Service petrol fuel       2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                       F               GC
    system components         2.2   Service of petrol fuel system/components are carried out in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                10               1
                              2.3   Petrol fuel systems components service is completed without causing damage to any component or system                                     10               1
                              2.4   Adjustments made during the service are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                 10               1
                              2.5   Engine is run and petrol fuel system tested for correct operation                                                                         10               1
 3. Prepare fuel system for   3.1   Service schedule documentation is completed                                                                                               F               GC
    normal operation          3.2   Final inspection is made to ensure safety features are in place                                                                           C                1
                              3.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                              3.4   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT303166A Repair petrol fuel systems
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    repair of engines         1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
                                    throughout the work
                              1.3   National Environmental Protection Measure for Diesel Vehicles (Guidelines) is sourced and observed throughout the work as
                                    applicable to tasks                                                                                                                                       GC
                              1.4   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                        A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                   A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Technical and/or calibration requirements for engine systems repair are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared        A,B,C             GC
                              1.7   Warnings in relation to working with engines and associated systems are observed
 2. Conduct engine            2.1   Methods for engine systems tests are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component                       12               2
    systems tests and               supplier specifications
    analyse results           2.2   Engine is started and run up to operating temperature and checked for leaks, abnormal noises and pressures                                12               2




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                              2.3   Test results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance                    12               2
                              2.4   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                F               GC
                              2.5   Report is forwarded to persons for action in accordance with workplace procedures                                                         F               GC
 3. Carry out repair          3.1   Methods for repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications             12               2
                              3.2   Adjustments made during the repair are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                  12               2
 4. Prepare                   4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                F               GC
    vehicle/equipment for     4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                           C                1
    use or storage
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle/equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                 C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT306170A Inspect, service and/or repair clutch assemblies and associated components
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    servicing and repair of   1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
    clutch assemblies               throughout the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                        A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                   A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Technical and/or adjustment requirements for inspection, servicing and repair of clutch assemblies are sourced and support              A,B,C             GC
                                    equipment is identified and prepared                                                                                                    A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with clutch assemblies are observed
 2. Test clutch and           2.1   Methods for system tests are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier                      14               2
    assembly systems                specifications                                                                                                                            14               2
                              2.2   Results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance                         F               GC
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                F               GC
                              2.4   Report is forwarded to persons for action in accordance with workplace procedures
 3. Carry out service         3.1   Methods for service and/or repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/ component                     14               2
    and/or repair                   supplier specifications
                              3.2   Adjustments made during the service are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                 14               2

 4. Prepare                   4.1   Service schedule documentation is completed                                                                                               F               GC
    vehicle/equipment for     4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                           C                1
    use or storage
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle/equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                 C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT206670A Inspect and service transmissions (manual)
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    the inspection of         1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC




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                                                                                                                                                                                            Tasks
     manual transmissions          throughout the work
                                                                                                                                                                            A,B,C             GC
                             1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling required, are sourced
                                                                                                                                                                            A,B,C             GC
                             1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures
                                                                                                                                                                            A,B,C             GC
                             1.5   Resources required for inspection of manual transmissions are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared
                                                                                                                                                                            A,B,C             GC
                             1.6   Warnings in relation to working with manual transmissions are observed
 2. Conduct inspection and   2.1   Inspection is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                       16               1
    analyse results          2.2   Inspection results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance               16               1
                             2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                 F               GC
                             2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                F               GC
 3. Prepare to service       3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed               A,B,C             GC
    manual transmissions           throughout the work                                                                                                                                        GC
                             3.2   Procedures and information required are identified and sourced                                                                           A,B,C             GC
                             3.3   Resources required for servicing manual transmissions are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared                    A,B,C
 4. Carry out service        4.1   Service is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                          16               1
                             4.2   Adjustments made during the service are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                  16               1
 5. Prepare equipment for    5.1   Service schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                F               GC
    use or storage           5.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                            C                1
                             5.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                       C                1
                             5.4   Equipment is prepared for use or stored to workplace expectations                                                                          C               GC
                             5.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                              F               GC

 AURT306666A Repair transmissions (manual)
 1. Prepare to undertake     1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                       A,B,C             GC
    testing of manual        1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed               A,B,C             GC
    transmission                   throughout the work
                             1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                         A,B,C             GC
                             1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                    A,B,C             GC
                             1.5   Technical and/or calibration requirements for testing of manual transmissions are sourced and support equipment is identified and        A,B,C             GC
                                   prepared                                                                                                                                 A,B,C             GC
                             1.6   Warnings in relation to working with manual transmissions are observed
 2. Test manual              2.1   Methods for tests are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications               16               2
    transmission and         2.2   Road/site test is conducted for abnormalities                                                                                              16               2
    analyse results
                             2.3   Results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance                          16               2
                             2.4   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                 F               GC
                             2.5   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                F               GC
 3. Prepare to repair        3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed               A,B,C             GC




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 Elements                    Performance Criteria                                                                                                                       Questions         Practical
                                                                                                                                                                                           Tasks
     manual transmissions          throughout the work
                             3.2   Procedures and information are identified and sourced                                                                                   A,B,C             GC
                             3.3   Technical and tool requirements for repair are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared                                G               GC
 4. Carry out repairs        4.1   Methods for repairs are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier                           17               2
                                   specifications                                                                                                                            17               2
                             4.2   Adjustments made during repairs are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications
 5. Prepare                  5.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                F               GC
    vehicle/equipment for    5.2   Road/site test is conducted to ensure transmission operation is to manufacturer/component supplier specifications                         C                1
    use or storage
                             5.3   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                           C                1
                             5.4   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1
                             5.5   Vehicle/equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                 C               GC
                             5.6   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                             F               GC

 AURT210170A Inspect and service braking systems
 1. Prepare to undertake     1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    braking system           1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
    inspection                     throughout the work
                             1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling required, are sourced                               A,B,C             GC
                             1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures                     A,B,C             GC
                             1.5   Resources required for inspection of braking systems are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared                       A,B,C             GC
                             1.6   Warnings in relation to working with braking systems are observed                                                                       A,B,C             GC

 2. Conduct braking          2.1   Braking system analysis is implemented in accordance with road safety legislation, workplace procedures and                               18               1
    system wear analysis           manufacturer/component supplier specifications
                             2.2   Brake wear measurement results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or                 18               1
                                   non-compliance
                                                                                                                                                                             F               GC
                             2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made
                                                                                                                                                                             F               GC
                             2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures
 3. Prepare to service       3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
    braking system and/or          throughout the work
    associated components    3.2   Procedures and information required are identified and sourced                                                                          A,B,C             GC
                             3.3   Resources required for servicing braking systems are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared                          G               GC

 4. Carry out servicing of   4.1   Servicing is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                       18               1
    braking systems and/or   4.2   Adjustments made during the servicing are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                               18               1
    associated components
 5. Prepare equipment for    5.1   Servicing schedule documentation is completed                                                                                             F               GC
    use or storage           5.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective features are in place                                                                       C                1
                             5.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                      C                1




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                              5.4   Equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                              C               GC
                              5.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                  F               GC

 AURT310166A Repair hydraulic braking systems
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                           A,B,C             GC
    repairs                   1.2   Operating principles of braking systems, including effects of inertia explained and understood                                                 18
                              1.3   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                   A,B,C             GC
                                    throughout the work
                              1.4   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                             A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                        A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Technical and/or calibration requirements for braking system repairs are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared              19               2
                              1.7   Warnings in relation to working with braking systems are observed, including friction material fibres and stored energy devices              A,B,C             GC

 2. Conduct brake testing     2.1   Methods for tests are implemented in accordance with road safety legislation, workplace procedures and manufacturer/component                  19               1
    and analyse results             supplier specifications                                                                                                                        19               1
                              2.2   Test results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance                         F               GC
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                     F               GC
                              2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures
 3. Repair brake systems      3.1   Methods for repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                  19               2
    and/or associated         3.2   Adjustments made during the repair are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                       19               2
    components
 4. Prepare vehicle for use   4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                     F               GC
    or storage                4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                                C                1
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                           C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                                C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                  F               GC

 AURT312666A Repair final drive assemblies
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                           A,B,C             GC
    repairs to final drive    1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                   A,B,C             GC
    assemblies                      throughout the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                             A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                        A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Technical and/or calibration requirements for final drive assembly repair are sourced and support equipment is identified and                A,B,C             GC
                                    prepared
                                                                                                                                                                                 A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with final drive assemblies are observed
 2. Conduct final drive       2.1   Methods for test on final drive assembly are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component                    21               1
    assembly tests and              supplier specifications                                                                                                                        21               1
    analyse results           2.2   Test results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance




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                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                     F               GC
                              2.4   Report is forwarded to persons for action in accordance with workplace procedures                                                              F               GC
 3. Carry out repairs         3.1   Methods for repairs are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacture/component supplier                                 21               2
                                    specifications
                              3.2   Adjustments made during the repair are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                       21               2

 4. Prepare vehicle for use   4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                     F               GC
    or storage                4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                                C                1
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                           C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                                C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                  F               GC

 AURT313166A Repair final drive (driveline)
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                           A,B,C             GC
    repairs to final drive    1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                   A,B,C             GC
    driveline                       throughout the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                             A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                        A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Technical and/or calibration requirements for repair of drivelines are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared              A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with rotating components are observed                                                                        A,B,C             GC

 2. Test driveline and        2.1   Methods for tests associated with drivelines is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and                                        23               1
    analyse results                 manufacturer/component supplier specifications
                              2.2   Driveline test results are compared with manufacturer/ component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-compliance              23               1
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                     F               GC
                              2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                    F               GC

 3. Carry out repairs         3.1   Methods for repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                  23               2
                              3.2   Adjustments made during the repair work are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                  23               2
 4. Prepare equipment for     4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                     F               GC
    use or storage            4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                                C                1
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                           C                1
                              4.4   Equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                              C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                  F               GC

 AURT315166A Repair steering systems
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                           A,B,C             GC
    repair of steering        1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                   A,B,C             GC
    system                          throughout the work
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                             A,B,C             GC




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                              1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                    A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Technical and/or operational requirements for inspecting and repairing steering systems are sourced and support tooling and              A,B,C             GC
                                    equipment are identified and prepared                                                                                                    A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with wheeled and tracked vehicles are observed
 2. Conduct test and          2.1   Methods for steering system tests are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component                       24               1
    analyse results                 supplier specifications
                              2.2   Inspection/test results are compared with manufacturer/ component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-                   24               1
                                    compliance
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                 F               GC
                              2.4   Report is forwarded to persons for action in accordance with workplace procedures                                                          F               GC

 3. Carry out repairs         3.1   Methods for repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications              25               2
                              3.2   Adjustments, including wheel bearing adjustments are made during the repair are in accordance with manufacturer/component                  25               2
                                    supplier specifications
 4. Prepare                   4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                                 F               GC
    vehicle/equipment for     4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                            C                1
    customer and/or
    storage                   4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                       C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle/equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                                  C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                              F               GC

 AURT316166A Repair suspension systems
 1. Prepare to undertake      1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                       A,B,C             GC
    repairs to suspension     1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed               A,B,C             GC
    systems and                     throughout the work
    associated components
                              1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                         A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                    A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Technical and/or measurement requirements for suspension systems are sourced and support equipment is identified and                     A,B,C             GC
                                    prepared                                                                                                                                 A,B,C             GC
                              1.6   Warnings in relation to working with wheeled and tracked vehicles are observed
 2. Conduct inspection/test   2.1   Methods for inspection/test procedures and manufacturer/ component supplier specifications                                                 26               1
    and analysis              2.2   Inspection/test results are compared with manufacturer/ component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-                   26               1
                                    compliance
                              2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                 F               GC
                              2.4   Report is forwarded to persons for action in accordance with workplace procedures                                                          F               GC

 3. Carry out repairs         3.1   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C,27           GC
                                    throughout the work
                              3.2   Procedures and information are identified and sourced                                                                                      26              GC
                              3.3   Technical and tool requirements for repair are identified and support equipment is identified and prepared                                 G               GC




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                              3.4   Methods for repair are implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications           26              GC
                              3.5   Adjustments made during the repair are in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                26              GC
 4. Prepare vehicle for use   4.1   Repair schedule documentation is completed                                                                                              F               GC
    or storage                4.2   Final inspection is made to ensure protective guards, safety features and cowlings are in place                                         C                1
                              4.3   Final inspection is made to ensure work is to workplace expectations                                                                    C                1
                              4.4   Vehicle/equipment is cleaned for use or storage to workplace expectations                                                               C               GC
                              4.5   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                           F               GC

 AURE218708A Carry out repairs to single electrical circuits
 1. Prepare for work          1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including method, process and equipment                                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                             A               GC
                              1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal safety needs, are observed throughout the work                                                  A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Equipment and tooling are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Procedures are determined to minimise task time                                                                                       A,B,C             GC

 2. Test                      2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                     F               GC
    circuits/components       2.2   Tests are carried out to determine faults using tooling and techniques                                                                  28               1
    and identify faults
                              2.3   Circuits/components are tested without causing damage to component or system                                                          28,29              2
                              2.4   Faults are identified and preferred repair action determined                                                                          28,29              2
                              2.5   Tests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise procedures/policies                28              GC
 3. Complete repairs to       3.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                     F               GC
    circuit wiring            3.2   Repairs, component replacement and adjustments are carried out using tooling, techniques and materials                                28,29              2
                              3.3   Repairs to circuit wiring are completed without causing damage to component or system                                                 28,29              2
                              3.4   Repairs are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines OH&S, statutory and enterprise procedures/policies               28,29              2
 4. Clean up work area        4.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                     4               GC
    and maintain              4.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedures                                                                               4               GC
    equipment
                              4.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with workplace procedures                    D,E              GC
                              4.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace requirements                                      D,E              GC
                              4.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and site procedures                D,E              GC
                              4.6   Tooling and equipment is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                            G,H              GC

 AURE320666A Repair ignition systems
 1. Prepare for work          1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including method, processes and equipment                                   A,B,C             GC
                              1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                             A               GC
                              1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal safety needs, are observed throughout the work                                                  A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Equipment and tooling are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Procedures are determined to minimise task time                                                                                       A,B,C             GC




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 2. Test ignition           2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                         F               GC
    systems/components      2.2   Tests are carried out to determine faults using tooling, equipment and techniques                                                           30               2
    and identify faults
                            2.3   Tests are completed without causing damage to component or system                                                                           30               2
                            2.4   Faults are identified, and preferred repair action determined                                                                               30               2
                            2.5   Tests are carried out according to industry regulations/ guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise procedures/policies                   30               2
 3. Repair ignition         3.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                         F               GC
    systems/components      3.2   Repair, adjustment or component replacement is carried out using tooling, techniques and materials                                          30               2
                            3.3   Ignition system is repaired without causing damage to component or system                                                                   30               2
                            3.4   Ignition systems are tested and results are documented in accordance with enterprise policies and procedures                                30               2
                            3.5   Repairs and tests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation for vehicle roadworthiness                30               2
                                  (including Australian Design Rules) and enterprise procedures/policies
                            3.6   Workplace and equipment documents are completed in accordance with site requirements                                                        F               GC

 4. Clean up work area      4.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                         4               GC
    and maintain            4.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedure                                                                                    4               GC
    equipment
                            4.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with workplace procedures                        D,E              GC
                            4.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace requirements                                          D,E              GC
                            4.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and site procedures                    D,E              GC
                            4.6   Tooling and equipment is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                G,H              GC

 AURE319166A Repair charging systems
 1. Prepare for work        1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including method, processes and equipment                                       A,B,C             GC
                            1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                                 A               GC
                            1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal safety needs, are observed throughout the work                                                      A,B,C             GC
                            1.4   Equipment and tooling are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                         A,B,C             GC
                            1.5   Procedures are determined to minimise task time                                                                                           A,B,C             GC
 2. Test                    2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                         F               GC
    systems/components      2.2   Tests are carried out to determine faults using tooling and techniques                                                                      31               2
    and identify faults
                            2.3   Tests are completed without causing damage to component or system                                                                           31               2
                            2.4   Faults are identified and preferred repair action determined                                                                                31               2
                            2.5   Tests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise procedures/policies                    31               2
 3. Repair charging         3.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                         F               GC
    systems and/or          3.2   Repairs, component replacement and adjustments are carried out using tooling, techniques and materials                                      31               2
    associated components
                            3.3   Charging systems are repaired without causing damage to component or system                                                                 31               2
                            3.4   Retests are carried out to ensure correct and safe charging system operation                                                                31               2
                            3.5   Repairs and retests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise                          31              GC
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                              3.6   Workplace and equipment documents are completed in accordance with site requirements                                                    F               GC
 4. Clean up work area        4.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                     4               GC
    and maintain              4.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedures                                                                               4               GC
    equipment
                              4.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with workplace procedures                    D,E              GC
                              4.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace requirements                                      D,E              GC
                              4.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and site procedures                D,E              GC
                              4.6   Tooling and equipment is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                            G,H              GC

 AURE319266A Repair starting systems
 1. Prepare for work          1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including method, processes and equipment                                   A,B,C             GC
                              1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                             A               GC
                              1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal safety needs, are observed throughout the work                                                  A,B,C             GC
                              1.4   Equipment and tooling are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                     A,B,C             GC
                              1.5   Procedures are determined to minimise task time                                                                                       A,B,C             GC
 2. Test systems/             2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                     F               GC
    components and            2.2   Tests are carried out to determine faults using tooling and techniques                                                                  33               2
    identify faults
                              2.3   Tests are completed without causing damage to component or system                                                                       33               2
                              2.4   Faults are identified and preferred repair action determined                                                                            33               2
                              2.5   Tests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise procedures/policies                33               2
 3. Repair starting systems   3.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                     F               GC
    and/or associated         3.2   Repairs, component replacement and adjustments are carried out using tooling, techniques and materials                                  33               2
    components
                              3.3   Starting systems are repaired without causing damage to component or system                                                             33               2
                              3.4   Retests are carried out to ensure correct and safe starting systems operations                                                          33               2
                              3.5   Repairs and retests are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S, legislation and enterprise                      33               2
                                    procedures/policies
                              3.6   Workplace and equipment documents are completed in accordance with site requirements                                                    F               GC

 4. Clean up work area        4.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                     4               GC
    and maintain              4.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedure                                                                                4               GC
    equipment
                              4.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with workplace procedures                    D,E              GC
                              4.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace requirements                                      D,E              GC
                              4.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and site procedures                D,E              GC
                              4.6   Tooling and equipment is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                            G,H              GC

 AURM240080A Operate in a motorsport environment
 1. Determine potential       1.1   OH&S, including regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed throughout the work                               35,36,37           GC
    career path and           1.2   Structure of the motorsport sector (including the roles and functions of industry/association bodies) is identified                     35               3
    develop individual




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     goals                 1.3   Personal skills are assessed to identify strengths and weaknesses                                                                           36               3
                           1.4   Motorsport team expectations are researched                                                                                                 35               3
                           1.5   Personal expectations are identified and goals determined                                                                                   36
                           1.6   Potential career paths in motorsport are researched and matched with personal goals                                                         36
                           1.7   Training needs are identified and incorporated into career planning                                                                         36
 2. Meet motorsport team   2.1   Team organisational structure and team member roles and responsibilities are identified                                                     35
    employment             2.2   Obligations to employers and others, including confidentiality requirements are complied with                                               35               3
    requirements
                           2.3   Team lines of communication and authority are identified and complied with                                                                  35               3
                           2.4   Work practices comply with legislation, regulations, codes of practice and team expectations, policies and procedures                       35               3
                           2.5   Principles and methods of gaining and maintaining health and fitness levels to job role and identified and demonstrated                     35               3
 3. Manage daily work      3.1   Own work role and responsibilities are identified and complied with                                                                         35               3
    activities             3.2   Lines of communication with supervisors, peers and external persons are identified and utilised                                             F                3
                           3.3   Individual tasks are identified, prioritised and completed within designated timeframes and team standards according to work                A                3
                                 schedule
                           3.4   Assistance is sought from appropriate persons when difficulties arise in achieving allocated tasks                                          F                3
                           3.5   Changes are made to workload or work priorities where unforeseen circumstances or developments occur                                        A                3
                           3.6   Own work is monitored and adjusted according to feedback obtained from supervisors and comparison with established team and                 36
                                 workplace standards
                           3.7   Personal workspace is kept in a well organised and safe condition in accordance with team and workplace standards                          D,E
                           3.8   Potentially discriminating or hazardous practices and policies are identified and reported to team persons                                 1,2
 4. Contribute to a        4.1   Information and knowledge is shared with team members to ensure designated work goals are met                                               36              GC
    productive team        4.2   Personal work objectives are identified and prioritised in accordance with team requirements                                                35               3
    environment
                           4.3   Constructive feedback received from other team persons is encouraged, acknowledged and acted upon                                           36              GC
                           4.4   Variations in the quality of components or work practices from team standards are detected and reported to team persons in                  35               3
                                 accordance with team procedures
                           4.5   Assistance is actively sought from or provided to other persons when difficulties arise                                                     36               3
                           4.6   Communication techniques are used to gather and understand instructions                                                                     F               GC
                           4.7   Signs of potential interpersonal conflict are identified, constructively acted upon or referred to a supervisor                             F               GC

 AURM240172A Set up and dismantle temporary work location and equipment
 1. Prepare site           1.1   Site information is interpreted and requirements confirmed with site supervisor/circuit manager                                             38               3
                           1.2   Security and confidentiality issues are considered and risk management measures selected                                                    38               3
                           1.3   Potential hazards are identified and risk management measures selected                                                                      38              GC
                           1.4   Path of movement (obstacles, hazards and safety conditions) is considered in positioning of equipment and tooling and measures              38               3
                                 taken to eliminate hazards
                           1.5   OH&S requirements including equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection needs are observed                          38               3
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 2. Assemble temporary        2.1   Equipment and tooling is unloaded from transporters in accordance with team requirements                                                    38               3
    work location             2.2   Temporary work shelter and associated fittings are assembled, erected and secured in accordance with shelter                                38               3
                                    manufacturer/component supplier procedure, team requirements and event supplementary regulations
 3. Position equipment and    3.1   Equipment is assembled as per manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                                                38               3
    tooling                   3.2   Equipment is positioned as per team requirements, OH&S requirements, controlling body rules, category rules and supplementary               38               3
                                    regulations
                              3.3   Required protective equipment is identified and fitted/installed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier and team                38               3
                                    guidelines
                                                                                                                                                                                38               3
                              3.4   Effectiveness of area layout is monitored during use and recommendations for changes are made to appropriate persons
                                                                                                                                                                                38               3
                              3.5   Problems with the work area are identified and reported to appropriate persons
 4. Dismantle temporary       4.1   Temporary work shelter is cleaned, dismantled and packed in preparation for transportation in accordance with team procedures               38               3
    work location             4.2   Tooling and equipment are accounted for, maintained and packed in preparation for transportation in accordance with team                    38               3
                                    procedures                                                                                                                                  38               3
                              4.3   Shelter, equipment and tooling is loaded on transporters in accordance with team procedures                                                 38               3
                              4.4   Work area is cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with local requirements

 AURM340204A Assemble and prepare a competition vehicle
 1. Collect information and   1.1   Team instructions, supplementary regulations and component supplier specifications are used to determine job requirements                A,39,40            GC
    analyse assembly                including design, quality, material, equipment and quantities
    requirements              1.2   Specifications are checked for required operating conditions and clarification of specifications is sought where required                A,39,40            GC
                              1.3   OH&S requirements including equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection needs are observed                        39,40             GC
                                    throughout the work
                              1.4   Steps and stages in the process are determined                                                                                              39               3
                              1.5   Proposals for modifications or adaptation of equipment are made                                                                             39               3
                              1.6   Component requirements are listed and communicated to appropriate persons                                                                   39               3
                              1.7   Procedures for minimising waste material are determined                                                                                   1,2,3              3
 2. Prepare work area and     2.1   Tooling and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                          G,H               3
    equipment                 2.2   Work area is cleaned and laid out for job requirements                                                                                    A,B,C              3
                              2.3   Problems with the work area or the operation of the equipment are identified and reported to the appropriate persons                      A,B,C              3
 3. Prepare components        3.1   Components are cleaned to facilitate pre-assembly inspection                                                                                39               3
    for assembly              3.2   Precautions are taken to avoid component damage                                                                                             39               3
                              3.3   Components are inspected for function and quality and are organised to ensure optimum use of resourced                                      39               3
                              3.4   Problems with the components are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                                            39,F              3
 4. Install sub-assemblies    4.1   Sub-assemblies are inspected for quality and readiness for installation                                                                     39               3
                              4.2   Installation sequences and techniques are used                                                                                              39               3
                              4.3   Sub-assemblies are installed and fasteners tensioned to team/component specifications                                                       39               3




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                                4.4   Checks are made during and after installation to ensure accurate and complete fitting                                                        39               3
                                4.5   Problems with sub-assemblies are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                                             39,F              3
 5. Install ancillary systems   5.1   Location of critical components is determined on the basis of function, susceptibility to damage and ease of maintenance                     39               3
                                5.2   Critical components are installed and fasteners tensioned to team/component supplier specifications                                          39               3
                                5.3   Optimum layout for wiring loom, connectors, hoses, hard lines and ancillary components id determined                                         39               3
                                5.4   Wiring loom, connectors, hoses and ancillary components are installed and fasteners tensioned to team/ component supplier                    39               3
                                      specifications
                                5.5   Entire installation is secured and shielded to maximise reliability and minimise susceptibility to damage                                    39               3
                                5.6   Checks are made during and after installation to ensure accurate and complete fitting                                                        39               3
                                5.7   Problems with the components are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                                             39,F              3

 6. Conduct post-assembly       6.1   Fluids are checked and topped up                                                                                                             39               3
    checks                      6.2   Temporary bungs and covers are removed                                                                                                       39               3
                                6.3   Engine pre-start checks are conducted                                                                                                        39               3
                                6.4   Pressures, temperatures, noises and leaks are checked                                                                                        39               3
                                6.5   Sub-assembly and systems operation are checked                                                                                               39               3
 7. Set vehicle baseline        7.1   Team instructions, category regulations and component supplier specifications are used to determine vehicle baseline settings                39               3
    configuration               7.2   A level surface is established too place vehicle on for set-up                                                                               39               3
                                7.3   Springs and dampers are determined and installed                                                                                             39               3
                                7.4   Ride height is measured and adjusted if necessary                                                                                            39               3
                                7.5   Corner weight is measured and adjusted if necessary                                                                                          39               3
                                7.6   Steering angles are measured and adjusted if necessary                                                                                       39               3
                                7.7   Potential or existing problems are identified and reported in accordance with enterprise procedures                                         39,F              3
 8. Clean up work area          8.1   Tooling is maintained and returned to storage                                                                                                H               GC
    and maintain records        8.2   Surplus components/consumables are tagged and shelved/stored                                                                                 D               GC
                                8.3   All surplus material is removed from work area                                                                                               D               GC
                                8.4   Spillage from work area and vehicle is cleaned up                                                                                           D,E              GC
                                8.5   Team/component supplier documentation is completed                                                                                           F               GC

 AURM340312A Collect and log motorsport data
 1. Identify situations         1.1   Purpose of data collection is identified                                                                                                     41               3
    where motorsport data       1.2   Sources of data are identified                                                                                                               41               3
    is required
                                1.3   Team instructions and procedures are used to specify data requirements                                                                       41               3
                                1.4   End-users of motorsport data are identified                                                                                                  41               3
                                1.5   Controlling body rules, category rules and supplementary regulations are interpreted                                                         41              GC
                                1.6   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed throughout the work                          41              GC
 2. Prepare resources for       2.1   Checklists/recording sheets are developed according to team specifications                                                                   41               3




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     data collection          2.2   Manual instruments are prepared for data collection                                                                                         41               3
                              2.3   Electronic data acquisition system settings are checked                                                                                     41               3
                              2.4   Equipment settings, calibration, system check and adjustments are made in accordance with task requirements and equipment                   41               3
                                    manufacturer instructions
                              2.5   Trial runs are conducted to check equipment and procedures for function, accuracy and efficiency                                            41               3
                              2.6   Necessary adjustments are made to equipment or procedures                                                                                   41               3

 3. Collect data              3.1   Data acquisition system start-up procedure is carried out in accordance with manufacturer instructions                                      41               3
                              3.2   Data acquisition system is operated in accordance with its designed capacity and purpose an to manufacturer recommendations                 41               3
                              3.3   Potential for inaccurate results arising from variables is estimated and described                                                          41               3
                              3.4   Data is collected using manual and electronic methods                                                                                       41               3
                              3.5   Data is checked for accuracy                                                                                                                41               3
                              3.6   Problems with the required data or the operation of the equipment are identified and reported to appropriate persons                        41               3
 4. Log data                  4.1   Data is represented as graphs, tables, maps, averages or percentages as required, ready for preliminary evaluation                          41
                              4.2   Data is evaluated for preliminary indication of non-conformity and trends or patterns                                                       42
                              4.3   Findings from data are collated and reported to appropriate persons                                                                         42
                              4.4   Data is stored for later retrieval in accordance with team procedures                                                                       42
 5. Maintain data             5.1   Equipment and support material is cleaned, maintained and prepared ready for further use and stored in accordance with                      42               3
    acquisition log                 manufacturer specifications and team requirements
                              5.2   Systems check is conducted                                                                                                                  H                3
                              5.3   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults documented in accordance with team procedures                                                  H               GC
                              5.4   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and team procedures                                        H               GC

 AURM340413A Comply with motorsport team and event safety requirements
 1. Interpret safety rules    1.1   Controlling body rules, category rules and supplementary regulations relating to safety requirements are identified                         43               3
    and regulations           1.2   Team safety requirements and procedures are identified                                                                                      43              GC
                              1.3   Personal responsibilities for safety at a motorsport event are identified                                                                   43              GC
                              1.4   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed throughout the work                         43              GC
 2. Conduct a risk            2.1   Potential risks to self and other team persons are identified                                                                               43               3
    assessment of potential   2.2   Risks are categorised according to severity and impact on team operations                                                                   43               3
    safety hazards in the
    team operating area       2.3   Identified risks not addressed by team procedures, controlling body rules, category rules or supplementary regulations are reported         43               3
                                    to appropriate persons
 3. Apply safe working        3.1   Competition vehicle control safety techniques are used                                                                                      43               3
    practices                 3.2   Awareness of competition vehicles, other persons and tooling and equipment is applied during personnel movement in the team                 43               3
                                    operating area
                              3.3   Communication is acknowledged and confirmed                                                                                                 F                3
                              3.4   Team and legislative safety procedures are applied during handling of dangerous goods and hazardous substances in the team                  43               3
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 AURM340550A Conduct non-destructive testing
 1. Prepare for non-      1.1   Team instructions, controlling body rules, category rules, supplementary regulations and component supplier specifications are                44              GC
    destructive testing         used to determine job requirements including quality, material, equipment and quantities                                                      44              GC
                          1.2   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed throughout the work
                          1.3   Inspection areas are cleaned and prepared for testing using procedures and material                                                           44              GC
                          1.4   Tooling and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                            G,H              GC
                          1.5   Test equipment is prepared for non-destructive testing in accordance with equipment manufacturer/suppler instructions and team               G,H              GC
                                requirements
                                                                                                                                                                              44              GC
                          1.6   Problems with the work area or the operation of equipment are identified and reported to appropriate persons
 2. Perform non-          2.1   Testing methods are identified using standard operating procedures and team requirements                                                      44               3
    destructive testing   2.2   Hazards associated with testing are determined and safety requirements identified                                                             44               3
                          2.3   Testing is carried out in accordance with task instructions, team procedures and OH&S requirements                                            44               3
                          2.4   Non-conformance and defects are identified against component manufacturer/supplier specifications and team standards                          44               3
                          2.5   Test results are verified by using reliable alternate or optional processes                                                                   44               3
                          2.6   Test results are documented in accordance with team procedures                                                                                44               3
 3. Clean up work area    3.1   Testing equipment is maintained and stored in accordance with team procedures and OH&S requirements                                          D,E               3
                          3.2   Work area is cleaned and prepared for subsequent use                                                                                         D,E               3

 AURM340851A Perform competition vehicle preparation procedures at event
 1. Prepare for work      1.1   Team instructions/specifications and category rules and supplementary regulations are used to determine job requirements                      45              GC
                                including configuration, quality, equipment and quantities
                          1.2   Task requirements are checked against „on the day‟ operating conditions an clarification of specifications is sought where required           F               GC
                          1.3   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements, equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection                     45              GC
                                needs are observed throughout the work
                          1.4   Tooling and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                            G,H              GC
                          1.5   Work area is cleaned and laid out for job requirements                                                                                        A               GC
 2. Finalise technical    2.1   Vehicle settings for each race are configured in accordance with team specifications, baseline configurations, category rules and             45               3
    preparation                 supplementary regulations
                          2.2   Problems with the work area or the operation of the equipment are identified and reported to appropriate persons                              45               3
                          2.3   Proposals for modifications or adaptation of equipment are made                                                                               45               3
                          2.4   Settings are documented in accordance with team procedures                                                                                    45               3
 3. Conduct pre-race      3.1   Checks are conducted in accordance with team checklists                                                                                       45               3
    checks                3.2   Precautions are taken to ensure no component damage                                                                                           45               3
                          3.3   Problems with the components or systems are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                                    45               3




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 4. Prepare vehicle for        4.1   Vehicle systems and safety components are inspected in accordance with regulatory body requirements, category rules and                  45               3
    scrutineering                    supplementary regulations
                               4.2   Problems with vehicle compliance are identified and rectified                                                                            45               3
                               4.3   Problems with vehicle compliance that cannot be rectified are reported to appropriate persons in accordance with team procedures         45               3

 5. Conduct between-race       5.1   Components/systems condition is inspected in accordance with team checklist and repaired/replaced as required                            45               3
    maintenance                5.2   Vehicle is cleaned and refuelled                                                                                                         45               3
                               5.3   Manual data/download electronic data is collected and logged                                                                             45               3
                               5.4   Driver/rider technical debrief is conducted or contributed to                                                                            45               3
 6. Clean up work area         6.1   Tooling is returned to storage                                                                                                          D,E              GC
    and finalise               6.2   Surplus components/consumables are tagged and shelved/stored                                                                            D,E              GC
    documentation
                               6.3   Surplus material is removed from work area                                                                                              D,E              GC
                               6.4   Spillage is cleaned from work area and vehicle                                                                                          D,E              GC
                               6.5   Loading of vehicle and equipment for transportation is assisted and dismantling of temporary work location is undertaken                 38
                               6.6   Team/event documentation is completed                                                                                                    45              GC

 AURM340951A Perform pit lane/service area operations
 1. Prepare for work           1.1   Team instructions/specifications and category rules and supplementary regulations are used to determine job requirements                 A               GC
                                     including configuration, quality, equipment and quantities
                               1.2   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements, complying with controlling body rules, category rules and supplementary          A,B,C             GC
                                     regulations, equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection needs are observed throughout the work
                               1.3   Path of movement (obstacles, hazards and safety conditions) is considered in positioning of equipment and tooling and measures
                                     taken to eliminate hazards                                                                                                               46              GC
                               1.4   Tooling and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                       D,E              GC
                               1.5   Work area is cleaned and laid out for job requirements                                                                                  D,E              GC

 2. Follow pit lane/ service   2.1   Jacks and other lifting devices (including lifting lock-outs) are fitted prior to underbody servicing                                    46               3
    area safety procedures     2.2   Fire hazard and prevention procedures are followed according to team procedures or event category rules and supplementary                46               3
                                     regulations
                               2.3   Pit lane/service area signals are used as per team procedures and event category rules and supplementary regulations                     46               3
                               2.4   Event category and supplementary regulations relating to pit lane/service area operations are followed                                   46               3
                               2.5   Non-team persons access to pit area and walkways is monitored as per team procedures                                                     46               3

 3. Conduct pit stop/          3.1   Competition vehicle components are checked as per team pit stop/service area schedule                                                    46               3
    competition vehicle        3.2   Minor adjustments are performed in accordance with instructions                                                                          46               3
    service
                               3.3   Emergency repairs are conducted in accordance with instructions                                                                          46               3
                               3.4   Components are replaced (as required)                                                                                                    46               3
                               3.5   Work practices and pit stop/service area procedures are modified to manage contingency issues                                            46               3
                               3.6   Problems are reported to team members                                                                                                    46               3




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 4. Conduct post-stop          4.1   Tooling and equipment are prepared and positioned ready for the next vehicle stop                                                       D,E              GC
    cleanup                    4.2   Surplus components/consumables are tagged and shelved/stored                                                                             46              GC
                               4.3   Spillage is cleaned and clean-up material correctly disposed of                                                                          46              GC
                               4.4   Team/event documentation is completed                                                                                                    46              GC

 AURM341051A Perform torquing and fastening
 1. Prepare for work           1.1   Component supplier and team torquing and fastening specifications are read and interpreted                                               47              GC
                               1.2   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements, equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection              A,B,C             GC
                                     needs are observed throughout the work
                               1.3   Tools and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation                                                         G,H              GC
                               1.4   Work area is cleaned and laid out for job requirements                                                                                   A               GC
                               1.5   Problems with the work area and/or the operation of the equipment are identified and reported to appropriate persons                     A               GC

 2. Fasten components          2.1   Materials are selected according to application                                                                                          47               3
                               2.2   Components are inspected and prepared for assembly                                                                                       47               3
                               2.3   Installation sequences and techniques are used to assemble components including applying/installing gaskets, sealants,                   47               3
                                     adhesives and/or lubricants
                               2.4   Fasteners are tensioned to team/component supplier specifications in stages and sequence                                                 47               3
                               2.5   Checks are made during and after installation to ensure accurate and complete fitting                                                    47               3
                               2.6   Mechanical fastener securing devices are fitted                                                                                          47               3
                               2.7   Sealant and liquid locking adhesive cure times are observed if applicable                                                                47               3
                               2.8   Problems with the components are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                                          47               3

 3. Clean up work area         3.1   Tools are returned to storage                                                                                                            H               GC
    and record keeping         3.2   Surplus components are tagged and shelved/stored                                                                                         D               GC
                               3.3   All surplus material is removed from work area                                                                                           D               GC
                               3.4   All spillage from work area and vehicle is cleaned up                                                                                    D               GC
                               3.5   Team/component supplier documentation is completed                                                                                       F               GC

 AURM341149A Prepare competition vehicle and support equipment for transportation
 1. Prepare specific tooling   1.1   Team instructions/specifications and category rules and supplementary regulations are used to determine job requirements                 A               GC
    and equipment needed             including configuration, quality, equipment and quantities
    for an event               1.2   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements, equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection              A,B,C             GC
                                     needs are observed throughout the work
                               1.3   Specific tooling and equipment needed for an event are identified and selected                                                          G,H              GC
                               1.4   Tooling and equipment are correctly packed and secured to avoid damage during transportation                                          G,H,48             GC
                               1.5   Equipment listing is checked and resources accounted for                                                                                 48              GC
 2. Prepare competition        2.1   Competition vehicle is cleaned and prepared for transportation                                                                           48               3
    vehicle for                2.2   Specific transportation devices, components and covers are fitted                                                                        48               3




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     transportation           2.3   Securing locations on vehicle and transporters are determined                                                                              48               3
                              2.4   Problems with required equipment or vehicle are identified and reported to appropriate persons                                             48               3
 3. Load and secure           3.1   Checklist for resources and vehicle securing is compiled                                                                                   48
    competition vehicle and   3.2   Loading is conducted to team procedures                                                                                                    48               3
    equipment for
    transportation            3.3   Vehicle is safely secured and vehicle and equipment securing mechanisms are checked                                                        48               3
                              3.4   Hazardous material are stored in accordance with legislative requirements                                                                  48               3
                              3.5   Transporters tailgates/ramps and doors/bins are secured                                                                                    48               3
 4. Unload competition        4.1   Competition vehicle is unloaded as per team procedures                                                                                     48               3
    vehicle and support       4.2   Tooling and equipment are unloaded as per team procedures                                                                                  48               3
    equipment
                              4.3   Transporters is cleaned and prepared for subsequent use                                                                                    48               3
                              4.4   Team/event documentation is completed                                                                                                      F               GC

 AURM340607A Construct hose/pipe assemblies for competition vehicle
 1. Prepare for work          1.1   Team instructions, supplementary regulations and component supplier specifications are used to determine job requirements                  A               GC
                                    including design, quality, material, equipment and quantities
                              1.2   OH&S requirements, including regulatory requirements, equipment and system isolation requirements and personal protection                A,B,C             GC
                                    needs are observed throughout the work
                                                                                                                                                                               F                6
                              1.3   Specifications are checked and clarification of specifications is sought where required
                                                                                                                                                                               49               6
                              1.4   Hose/pipe type and fittings are determined according to application
                                                                                                                                                                              G,H               6
                              1.5   Tooling and equipment are identified and checked for safe and effective operation
                                                                                                                                                                              D,E              GC
                              1.6   Work area is cleaned and laid out for job requirements
                                                                                                                                                                              D,E              GC
                              1.7   Problems with the work area or the operation of equipment are identified and reported to appropriate persons
                                                                                                                                                                              D,E              GC
                              1.8   Procedures for minimising waste material are determined
 2. Construct hose/pipe       2.1   Hose/pipe length is measured/calculated                                                                                                    49               6
    assemblies                2.2   Hose/pipe is cut to length                                                                                                                 49               6
                              2.3   Hose/pipe is bent to conform to fitting requirement                                                                                        49               6
                              2.4   Fittings are installed and secured in accordance with component supplier specifications and procedures or team requirements                49               6
                              2.5   Assembly is cleaned and pressure-tested                                                                                                    49               6
 3. Clean up work area        3.1   Tooling is returned to storage                                                                                                            G,H              GC
    and complete record       3.2   Surplus components/consumables are tagged and shelved/stored                                                                            D,E,G,H            GC
    keeping
                              3.3   Surplus material is removed from work area                                                                                                D,E              GC
                              3.4   Spillage from work area and vehicle is cleaned up                                                                                         D,E              GC
                              3.5   Team/component supplier documentation is completed                                                                                         F               GC

 AURT217108A Carry out wheel alignment operations
 1. Carry out wheel           1.1   Information is gained from customer outlining handling characteristics and history                                                        F,50             GC
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                            1.2   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                              A               GC
                            1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals and specifications, and tooling, are sourced                                              A,B,C             GC
                            1.4   Vehicle/equipment tests are performed to confirm need for alignment                                                                             50              GC
                            1.5   Vehicle wheel alignment pre-checks are carried out in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier procedures and                           F,50             GC
                                  workplace requirements
 2. Perform vehicle wheel   2.1   Correct information is accessed and interpreted form manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                            F,50             GC
    alignment               2.2   Wheel alignment measuring equipment is connected to vehicle in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                   50               2
                            2.3   Wheel alignment is completed without causing damage to any component or system                                                                  50               2
                            2.4   Corrective adjustments/repairs are carried out in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                50               2
                            2.5   Vehicle/equipment is tested to confirm accuracy of adjustments according to manufacturer/component supplier specifications and                  50               2
                                  customer requirements
                            2.6   Wheel alignment testing and adjustment is carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S legislation, legislation               50               2
                                  and enterprise procedures/policies
                                                                                                                                                                                  50              GC
                            2.7   Customer is notified of any major problem (s) prior to rework being carried out
                                                                                                                                                                                  F               GC
                            2.8   Workplace documentation is completed and dealt with relevant to alignment outcomes
 3. Complete                3.1   Service history is updated in accordance with workplace requirements                                                                            F               GC
    documentation and       3.2   Before and after alignment measurements are documented and included in customer documentation                                                   F               GC
    service history
    documents               3.3   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                   F               GC

 AURV224508A Carry out fabrication of components
 1. Prepare for work        1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including job sheets, quality and quantity of materials                             A,B,C             GC
                            1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                                     A               GC
                            1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal protection needs, are observed throughout the work                                                      1,2,3             GC
                            1.4   Materials are selected and inspected for quality                                                                                              A,B,C             GC
                            1.5   Hand, power tooling and safety equipment are identified and checked for safe use                                                               D,E              GC
 2. Perform basic           2.1   Information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component specifications                                                              A               GC
    fabrication             2.2   Suitable materials are selected and components/equipment fabricated to specific requirements                                                    52               5
                            2.3   Procedures for set-up are followed in accordance with plan, customer requirements and specifications                                            52              GC
                            2.4   Tooling, equipment and material are located on worksite and confirmed for commencement of production in accordance with                        D,E              GC
                                  enterprise established procedures                                                                                                              A,F              GC
                            2.5   Work plan is followed to commence fabrication
 3. Monitor fabrication     3.1   Key characteristics are monitored to ensure conformity to specifications during fabrication process                                             52               5
    process and outputs     3.2   Fabrication is checked for conformity to specification                                                                                          52               5
                            3.3   Product is tagged and stored safely for future use                                                                                              52               5
                            3.4   Fabrication operations are carried out according to industry regulations/guideline, OH&S requirement, legislation and enterprise              A,B,C              5
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 4. Clean up work area      4.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                      D,E              GC
    and maintain            4.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedures                                                                                D,E              GC
    equipment
                            4.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable conditions in accordance with workplace procedures                    D,E,G             GC
                            4.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace procedures                                           H               GC
                            4.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and worksite procedures               H               GC
                            4.6   Tooling is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                            G,H              GC

 AURC251677A Use numbers in the workplace
 1. Collect and organise    1.1   Procedures for collecting and organising numerical information are established                                                            53              GC
    numerical information   1.2   Numerical information is collected                                                                                                        53              GC
                            1.3   Numerical information provided from other sources is monitored, checked for accuracy and corrected                                        53              GC
                            1.4   Numerical information from different sources is compared                                                                                  53              GC
 2. Interpret and present   2.1   Procedures are established for the interpretation of numerical information                                                                53              GC
    numerical and related   2.2   Numerical information is identified, interpreted and manipulated                                                                          53              GC
    information
                            2.3   Numerical information is checked for accuracy                                                                                             53              GC
                            2.4   Numerical and related information is presented                                                                                            53              GC
                            2.5   Evidence for interpretation of results is presented                                                                                       53              GC
 3. Apply numerical and     3.1   Quantities/resources required in the workplace are estimated                                                                              53              GC
    related information     3.2   The time required to complete the task is estimated                                                                                       53              GC
                            3.3   Settings for equipment and machinery are estimated and adjusted                                                                           53              GC

 AURT225667A Use and maintain measuring equipment
 1. Prepare to undertake    1.1   Nature and scope of work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                      A,B,C             GC
    measurements            1.2   OH&S requirements, including individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed              A,B,C             GC
                                  throughout the work
                            1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals, specifications, and tooling required, are sourced                                  A,B,C             GC
                            1.4   Methods appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared in accordance with standard operating procedures                     A,B,C             GC
                            1.5   Resources required for measuring are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared                                           A,B,C             GC
                            1.6   Warnings in relation to working with precision tooling are observed                                                                     A,B,C             GC

 2. Conduct                 2.1   Measurement is implemented in accordance with workplace procedures and manufacturer/component supplier specifications                     54               4
    measurements and        2.2   Measurement results are compared with manufacturer/component supplier specifications to indicate compliance or non-                       54               4
    analyse results               compliance
                            2.3   Results are documented with evidence and supporting information and recommendation(s) made                                                F               GC
                            2.4   Report is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                               F               GC

 3. Maintain measuring      3.1   Information required for maintenance is accessed from manufacturer/component supplier specifications and correctly interpreted            54              GC
    equipment               3.2   Routine maintenance and storage of measuring equipment is carried out in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier                  H               GC




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                                   specifications                                                                                                                                  H               GC
                             3.3   Checks are completed without causing damage to any component or system                                                                          F               GC
                             3.4   Workplace documents are processed in accordance with workplace procedures

 AURT270278A Use and maintain workplace tooling and equipment
 1. Select correct tooling   1.1   Tooling and equipment are selected to meet job requirements                                                                                     G               GC
    and equipment for        1.2   Suitable tooling and equipment are selected for use within the workplace environment                                                            G               GC
    workplace application
                             1.3   Tooling and equipment are selected according to enterprise procedures/policies                                                                  G               GC
 2. Use of tooling and       2.1   Tooling and equipment are used in a safe manner to prevent injury to self and others                                                            G               GC
    equipment                2.2   Tooling and equipment are used in a manner that does not cause damage to other workplace equipment                                              G               GC
                             2.3   Observations are noted during the use of tooling/equipment                                                                                      G               GC
 3. Service and maintain     3.1   Tooling and equipment are regularly checked against manufacturer/component supplier recommendations to ensure safe                             G,H               4
    workplace tooling and          operating condition
    equipment                3.2   Damaged/worn tooling and equipment are tagged and removed from the workplace for repair or replacement and reported in                         G,H              GC
                                   accordance with enterprise requirements
                             3.3   Tooling/equipment are serviced, adjusted and/or maintained as per manufacturer/component supplier schedule to ensure safe and
                                   correct operation, within the scope of responsibility                                                                                          G,H              GC
                             3.4   Servicing and maintenance operations are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S legislation, legislation               G,H              GC
                                   and enterprise procedures/policies
 4. Store and secure         4.1   Tooling and equipment are cleaned, checked and stored                                                                                           H               GC
    tooling and equipment    4.2   Tooling and equipment are securely stored                                                                                                       H               GC
                             4.3   Documents are completed according to enterprise policies and procedures                                                                         F               GC

 AURT334972A Set, operate and monitor specialist machines
 1. Prepare for operations   1.1   Nature and scope of the work requirements are identified and confirmed                                                                        A,B,C             GC
                             1.2   OH&S requirements, including any individual State/Territory regulatory requirements and personal protection needs are observed                A,B,C             GC
                                   throughout the work                                                                                                                           A,B,C             GC
                             1.3   Procedures and information such as workshop manuals, specifications and tooling are sourced                                                   A,B,C             GC
                             1.4   Method options are analysed and those most appropriate to the circumstances are selected and prepared                                         A,B,C             GC
                             1.5   Technical and/or calibration requirements for machining are sourced and support equipment is identified and prepared
 2. Set machine              2.1   Information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                                     F               GC
                             2.2   Components are measured and repair action determined                                                                                            55              GC
                             2.3   Machine is set in accordance with defined procedures                                                                                            55               4
                             2.4   Machines are set without causing damage to any component or system                                                                              55               4
                             2.5   Component is positioned and clamped                                                                                                             55               4
                             2.6   Machine is adjusted to meet operational requirements and specifications using appropriate measuring equipment                                   55               4
                             2.7   Tooling and accessories are selected                                                                                                            H               GC




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                                 2.8   Worn or damaged tooling is identified and changed or sharpened                                                                                 H               GC
                                 2.9   Setting activities are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S legislation and enterprise procedures/policies         A,B,C             GC
 3. Operate and monitor          3.1   Information is accessed and interpreted from manufacturer/component supplier specifications                                                    F               GC
    machine                      3.2   Machine is operated and monitored without causing damage to any component or system                                                            55               4
                                 3.3   Machine is operated in accordance with enterprise procedures                                                                                   55               4
                                 3.4   Components are checked with instruments to ensure compliance to specifications                                                                 55               4
                                 3.5   Sharpness of tooling is monitored and tooling is sharpened or replaced to meet requirements                                                    55               4
                                 3.6   Finished product is checked for alignment, tolerance and finish                                                                                55               4
                                 3.7   Machining operations are carried out according to industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S legislation and enterprise                             55               4
                                       procedures/policies
 4. Prepare component for        4.1   Component is finalised and prepared for delivery in accordance with workplace requirements                                                     55              GC
    delivery to                  4.2   Job card is processed in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                  F               GC
    customer/storage

 AURT225156A Read and interpret engineering drawings
 1. Prepare for work             1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements                                                                                     A,B,C             GC
                                 1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                                  A,B,C             GC
                                 1.3   Product/system/component/item to be manufactured/modified is identified                                                                      A,B,C             GC
                                 1.4   Engineering drawings are selected relevant to information required                                                                           A,B,C              4
                                 1.5   OH&S requirements, including personal protection needs observed throughout the work                                                          A,B,C             GC
                                 1.6   Correct equipment is identified and checked for safe use                                                                                     A,B,C             GC
 2. Read and interpret           2.1   Symbols, codes, legends and diagrammatic representations are correctly identified                                                              57               4
    engineering drawings         2.2   Material specifications/finish and dimensions/tolerances are identified                                                                        57               4
                                 2.3   Product/system/component/item represented by the drawing is correctly identified                                                               57               4
 3. Clean up work area           3.1   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable condition in accordance with workplace procedures                           G,H              GC
    and maintain                 3.2   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace procedures                                               G,H              GC
    equipment
                                 3.3   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and site procedures                       G,H              GC

 AURT225191A Produce drawings from design concepts
 1. Identify object to be        1.1   Purpose (and operational characteristics) of object to be drawn are identified                                                                 58               4
    drawn                        1.2   Production materials and method are identified                                                                                                 58               4
 2. Establish design             2.1   Type of drawing to be completed is identified                                                                                                  58               4
    requirements and             2.2   Design concept requirements are established and documented identifying dimensions, angles, shapes and finished size                            58               4
    limitations
                                 2.3   Drawing conventions and specifications to be noted are identified and selected                                                                 58               4
 3. Quantify and draft initial   3.1   Dimensions are plotted from prototype sketch and documented specifications                                                                     58               4
    drawing                      3.2   Dimensional points are connected to match drawing view                                                                                         58               4




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                             3.3   Production notes or special requirements are noted                                                                                          58               4
                             3.4   Drawing conventions and specifications are noted                                                                                            58               4
 4. Complete drawing         4.1   Angles, shapes and dimensions are checked against specifications and concept prototype drawing                                              58               4
                             4.2   Adjustments are made to the drawing within scope of authority                                                                               58               4
                             4.3   Drawing is checked for compliance with workplace documentation requirements                                                                 58               4

 AURT225291A Produce patterns and templates
 1. Dimensions of finished   1.1   Customer orders are interpreted to determine required dimensions of finished products                                                     A,B,C             GC
    patterns or templates    1.2   Size requirements are checked in relation to the production process and finishing capacity of the workplace                              A,B,C,59           GC
    are determined
 2. Plan process             2.1   Material for pattern or template is identified for approximate size and characteristics                                                     59               4
                             2.2   Required instruments and equipment are identified, located and assembled                                                                    59               4
                             2.3   Drawings and related specifications are interpreted                                                                                         59               4
                             2.4   Procedures for using pattern development instruments and tooling are confirmed and equipment is prepared for use                            59               4
 3. Plot dimensions          3.1   Equipment and tooling are used following normal workplace procedures                                                                       G,H              GC
                             3.2   Each dimension is measured, explode and plotted maintaining angles, arcs and curves                                                         59               4
                             3.3   Visual inspection and measurements are used to compare pattern dimensions and shapes with drawings and specifications                       59               4
 4. Complete pattern or      4.1   Pattern or template is completed ensuring that the pattern indicates completion date and original drawing details                           59               4
    template                 4.2   Required workplace approval of pattern or template is obtained                                                                              59               4
                             4.3   Plans are marked with notations for workplace requirements, including authorship, process or customer requirements,                         59               4
                                   authorisation and review dates                                                                                                              59               4
                             4.4   Plans are copied and filed according to workplace policies and procedures

 AURV281408A Carry out gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding processes
 1. Prepare for work         1.1   Work instructions are used to determine job requirements, including job sheets, quality and quantity of materials                         A,B,C             GC
                             1.2   Job specifications are read and interpreted                                                                                               A,B,C             GC
                             1.3   OH&S requirements, including personal protection needs, are observed throughout the work                                                  A,B,C             GC
                             1.4   Materials for repairs and replacements are selected and inspected for quality                                                             A,B,C             GC
                             1.5   Hand, power tooling and safety equipment are identified and checked for safe use                                                          A,B,C             GC
                             1.6   Products are determined to minimise waste material                                                                                        A,B,C             GC
                             1.7   Procedures are identified for maximising energy efficiency while completing the job
 2. Carry out gas tungsten   2.1   Information is accessed from sources to enable welding to be performed in accordance with vehicle and equipment                             A               GC
    arc (TIG) welding              manufacturer/component supplier procedures
    procedures               2.2   Gas tungsten arc (TIG) welding procedures are completed without causing damage to component or system                                       60               5
                             2.3   TIG welding is carried out according to a standard that meets industry regulations/guidelines, OH&S requirements, legislation and           60               5
                                   enterprise policy/procedures
 3. Clean up work area       3.1   Material that can be reused is collected and stored                                                                                        D,E              GC




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 Elements                    Performance Criteria                                                                                                                           Questions         Practical
                                                                                                                                                                                               Tasks
     and maintain            3.2   Waste and scrap is removed following workplace procedures                                                                                    D,E              GC
     equipment               3.3   Equipment and work area are cleaned and inspected for serviceable conditions in accordance with workplace procedures                         D,E              GC
                             3.4   Unserviceable equipment is tagged and faults identified in accordance with workplace procedures                                              D,E              GC
                             3.5   Operator maintenance is completed in accordance with manufacturer/component supplier specifications and worksite procedures                  D,E              GC
                             3.6   Tooling is maintained in accordance with workplace procedures                                                                                D,E              GC

 MEM07005B Perform general machining
 1. Determine job            1.1   Drawings, instructions and specifications are interpreted and understood                                                                      A                4
    requirements
 2. Determine sequence of    2.1   Sequence of operations including job set-up is determined for maximum efficiency and to meet job specifications                             A,B,C              4
    operations               2.2   Appropriate material is selected and datum established as required                                                                            56               4
 3. Select and mount tools   3.1   Appropriate tools for job are selected, sharpened and shaped as required                                                                     G,H              GC
                             3.2   Tools are mounted and positioned correctly                                                                                                   G,H               4
 4. Perform machining        4.1   Basic marking out techniques are used where required                                                                                          56               4
    operations               4.2   Machining parameters are set out for job requirements and maximum tool life                                                                   56               4
                             4.3   Work is held or correctly clamped without damage to product, and all safety requirements are met                                              56               4
                             4.4   Machining is performed in a safe manner utilising all guards, safety procedures and personal protective clothing and equipment                56               4
 5. Measure components       5.1   Components are checked with instruments or gauges appropriate to the measurement requirements to ensure compliance with                       56               4
                                   specifications
 6. Adjust and maintain      6.1   Routine maintenance and adjustments are carried out as required which may include slide and collar adjustments, cleaning and                  56               4
    machine                        lubrication and the like

 MEM05004C Perform routine oxy acetylene welding
 1. Identify weld            1.1   Weld requirements are identified from job instructions                                                                                        A                5
    requirements             1.2   Location of welds is identified in accordance with standard operating procedures and job specifications                                       A                5
 2. Prepare materials for    2.1   Materials are cleaned and prepared ready for welding                                                                                        A,B,C              5
    welding
 3. Prepare equipment for    3.1   Welding equipment is set up correctly                                                                                                         61               5
    welding                  3.2   Settings and consumables are selected                                                                                                         61               5
 4. Perform routine          4.1   Safe welding practices are applied                                                                                                            62               5
    welding using oxy        4.2   Materials are welded to job requirements                                                                                                    62,63              5
    acetylene
                             4.3   Welds are cleaned in accordance with standard operating procedures                                                                          62,63              5

 MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc (MIG) welding
 1. Identify weld            1.1   Weld requirements are identified from job instructions                                                                                       A,64              5
    requirements             1.2   Locations of welds are identified in accordance to standard operating procedures and job specifications                                      A,64              5




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 Elements                     Performance Criteria                                                      Questions         Practical
                                                                                                                           Tasks
 2. Prepare material for      2.1   Materials are cleaned and prepared ready for welding                     64               5
    welding
 3. Prepare equipment for     3.1   Welding equipment is set up correctly                                    64               5
    welding                   3.2   Settings and consumables are selected to suit application                64               5
 4. Perform routine welding   4.1   Safe welding practices are applied                                       64               5
    GMAW                      4.2   Materials are welded to job requirements                                 64               5
                              4.3   Welds are cleaned to standard operating procedures                       64               5




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