The VCE VET Automotive program is drawn from a national training package and offers a portable qualification which is recognised throughout Australia. This qualification provides students with a broad range of skills and knowledge to pursue a career or further training in the automotive industry.
The VCE VET Automotive program does not offer scored assessment.
AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation: covers the skills and knowledge required to perform minor maintenance and repair of an automotive vehicle body. The range of technical skills and knowledge is limited. This qualification reflects the role of individuals who perform a limited range of tasks relating to identifying and inspecting mechanical and electrical components and systems of light vehicles, heavy vehicles, outdoor power equipment, bicycles, marine craft and motorcycles.
Credit in the VCE or VCAL: recognition of up to two units of credit at Units 1 and 2 level and a Units 3 and 4 sequence.
The VCE VET Automotive program booklet contains information relating to the qualification approved by the VCAA for delivery to VCE or VCAL students.
It includes advice on the units of competency making up the program and the credit available for VCE and VCAL students.
It also provides advice on Structured Workplace Learning, the ATAR contribution and Pathways to further learning.
VCE VET Automotive Program Booklet (published January 2020)
The program booklet should be read in conjunction with the
AUR Automotive Retail, Service and Repair Training Package.
Structured workplace learning recognition
The VCAA provides recognition for Structured Workplace Learning for students undertaking VCE VET programs.
A Workplace Learning Record booklet for VCE VET Automotive is available.
AUR20716 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation workplace learning record booklet.
Students who receive a Units 3 and 4 sequence for VCE VET Automotive will be eligible for an increment towards their ATAR (10 per cent of the fourth study score of the primary four studies).
The increment is awarded by the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). For more information, visit