Job Outcomes

Certificate II

  • Automotive Serviceperson

Certificate III

  • Light Vehicle Mechanical Technician

  • Heavy Commercial Vehicle Technician

  • Mobile Plant Technician

  • Motorcycle Repair Technician

  • Diesel Engine Technician

Certificate IV

  • Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis

  • Automotive Mechanical Overhauling


  • Identifying problems in engines and systems

  • Repairing and replacing worn and defective parts

  • Diagnose and repair: exhaust systems, clutch systems, ignition systems, charging systems and braking systems

  • Reassembling mechanical components

  • Performing scheduled maintenance services

Mechanics perform maintenance repairs and routine servicing. They are often separated into three classes based on the type of machines they work on; lightweight (passenger motor cars), heavy vehicle (commercial diesel trucks) and plant mechanic (plant and earthmoving equipment).

Don’t miss the chance to

Learn mechanical and electrical fundaments


Join hands-on career with a large variety of opportunities


Upon completion, receive a national recognised qualification


_ Rex, Automotive Mechanic Apprentice_


Why choose Australian Training Company (ATC)?

Australian Training Company is an accredited Group Training Organisation. ATC has been offering traineeships and apprenticeships since 1994 and has commenced more than 15,000 trainees and apprentices, in NSW, QLD and ACT.

An appointed Account Manager will provide support and assistance throughout your traineeship/apprenticeship
Work in a safe, challenging and rewarding environment
Off the job training organised and monitored by your Account Manager

ATC is responsible for your wages, superannuation, workers compensation and all legal obligations associated with the employment relationship
Additional support services coordinated, if required

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