Teacher in Charge: K. Backhouse-SmithRecommended Prior Learning
NCEA Level 1.
This course will include practical Unit Standards, eLearning course work and assessments provided by MITO (as this is a MITO (Level 2) Ignition programme that is Unit Standard based). The practical assessment is completed in the workshop or a workplace. Upon completion the student will gain the StartUp Ignition - Automotive Micro-Credential (Level 2, 20 credits). 14 of those credits are transferable to your apprenticeship in the automotive industry.
This course is for aspiring automotive technicians (car mechanics), heavy automotive technicians (truck mechanics), motorcycle technicians, collision repair technicians (panel beaters) and automotive refinishers (car painters). There is the possibility to incorporate driver training through the Ashburton Car Club.
Places are limited to 16 or with consultation with Head of Department.
This course will be tailored to suit the learning needs of students consisting of 22 credits.