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Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships

Motorcycle Repair Technician

Working as a Motorcycle Repair Technician you use diagnosis procedures to determine faults, repair and servicing of engines and engine components, cooling systems, petrol fuel systems, emission control systems, clutch assemblies, manual transmissions, drivelines, braking, steering and suspension systems on motorcycles.

Summary of Training

Core Units – 24 required

  • Follow environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace
  • Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace
  • Test and repair basic electrical circuits
  • Diagnose and repair spark ignition engine management systems
  • Test, charge and replace batteries and jump-start vehicles
  • Diagnose and repair charging systems
  • Diagnose and repair starting systems
  • Diagnose and repair ignition systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle braking systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle suspension systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle steering systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle engines
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle driveline systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle clutch systems
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle manual transmissions
  • Carry out diagnostic procedures
  • Inspect and service braking systems
  • Diagnose and repair cooling systems
  • Inspect and service engines
  • Inspect and service petrol fuel systems
  • Diagnose and repair petrol carburettor systems
  • Use and maintain tools and equipment in an automotive workplace
  • Inspect and service final drive assemblies
  • Inspect and service drive shafts

Elective Units – 12 required

  • Respond to customer needs in an automotive workplace
  • Communicate effectively in an automotive workplace
  • Diagnose and repair vehicle dynamic control systems
  • Remove, inspect, repair and refit motorcycle wheel and tyre assemblies
  • Remove, inspect, repair and refit motorcycle tyres and tubes
  • Diagnose and repair motorcycle automatic transmissions
  • Diagnose and repair light vehicle steering systems
  • Select and use bearings, seals, gaskets, sealants and adhesives
  • Carry out mechanical pre-repair operations
  • Diagnose and repair exhaust systems
  • Carry out manual metal arc welding on components
  • Carry out basic gas metal arc welding

Please note that this Job & Training Description provides an example of the selection of non-core units. Alternative combinations of units may be selected and in some cases prerequisite units may need to be completed. For advice contact Apprenticeship Network providers or an approved Registered Training Organisation.

This Australian Apprenticeship occupation may attract additional incentives under the Australian Government Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Programme. For more information contact an Apprenticeship Network provider, call the Australian Apprenticeships referral line on 13 38 73, or look at the National Skills Needs List.

 

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Commencements Change

The change in Australian Apprenticeships commencements in this overall industry in the past two years. Commencements in 2016: 10910

Source: NCVER Apprentice and trainee collection, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Graduate Employment

Australian Apprentice graduates from this overall industry in employment (in any industry).

Source: NCVER National Student Outcomes Survey, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Graduate Wage

Average wage of Australian Apprentice graduates from this overall industry employed full-time after training.

Source: NCVER National Student Outcomes Survey, 2017, unpublished. AATIS analysis.

Industry Growth

Growth in employment in this overall industry in the past 5 years.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Industry Size

The number of employees in this overall industry compared with other Australian industries.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Industry Wage

Average wage of employees in this overall industry.

Source: Department of Employment, 2017. AATIS analysis.

Availability Information and More Details

Motorcycle Repair Technician - AUR30816
NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT
Full Time

(Nominal Duration)

48 mths 48 mths 48 mths 48 mths 48 mths 48 mths 48 mths 48 mths
Part Time
Commencements 30 35 10 5 10 0 0 0
ASbA
Classification A A A A A * A A
Availability of Australian Apprenticeships and Nominal Duration (in months)

A = identified by the State or Territory as an Apprenticeship

T = identified by the State or Territory as a Traineeship

* = An approved qualification in Tasmania is available as an Apprenticeship/Traineeship.

A Qualification registered by a State or Territory as available as an Australian Apprenticeship may not be eligible for public funding support, check with the relevant State or Territory Training Authority.

Nominal durations listed are for full time occupations, stated in months. In some cases nominal durations provided may not include the completion of pre-requisites. This data is sourced from State and Territory Training Authorities and is provided for information only and must be confirmed with these authorities.

Commencements

Commencement data source: National Apprentices and Trainees collection (June 2017 estimates), NCVER rounded estimates for the 2016 calendar year. Qualifications with no recorded commencements may not appear. This data is for general information purposes only.

Australian School-based Apprenticeships (ASbA)

This information generally reflects availability of ASbAs that may contribute to study scores. In some cases full-time or part-time ASbAs allow an individual to start training in a qualification that can be completed after they leave secondary school. Please note that applicable industrial arrangements must allow for ASbAs. Visit the relevant State or Territory website for more detailed information (click on the State or Territory link provided).

ANZSCO Classification: 321213

Note: This is an indicative Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) classification for this occupation, provided as a guide only. Apprenticeship Network providers should refer to DET guidelines regarding ANZSCO codes.

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