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NQF Ref 1416 Version 1 Page 1 of 20
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist
Engineering) (Level 4) with strands in Automotive Heating, Ventilation,
and Air Conditioning; Automotive Machining; Diesel Fuel Injection; and
Motorsport
Level 4
Credits 61-128
Purpose
The National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering) (Level 4)
with strands in Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; Automotive
Machining; Diesel Fuel Injection; and Motorsport [Ref: 1416] recognises the skills and
knowledge required for people in roles, within the automotive specialist sector of the motor
industry, that involve diagnostic and complex vehicle and vehicle component repair work at
an intermediate to advanced level.
The qualification includes a Core Compulsory and Core Elective section. This core covers
knowledge and skills primarily in areas of customer interaction such as booking in work,
selling goods and services, completing quotations and estimates for jobs, warranties and
guarantees, and participating in quality improvement objectives. The standards in the
Compulsory section of each strand ensure that the candidate develops and applies
knowledge and skills for use in more complex and unfamiliar jobs within their industry
sector. The elective section of each strand allows candidates to add further skills that are
relevant to their position and/or specific workplace requirements.
In order to recognise a minimum and consistent set of fundamental competencies across
all roles in all qualifications at each level, a common set of standards appear consistently
across the core sections in all of the Level 4 qualifications in the Motor Industry subfield.
This structure has been modelled on the Qualifications Roadmap (the motor industry
career pathway document), which allows a candidate to move more easily between
strands of qualifications in similar areas and to transfer skills from this qualification to other
motor industry qualifications.
The qualification strands recognise the competencies required to work in a range of
automotive specialist workplaces in:
• automotive heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) roles involved in the
overall repair and servicing of HVAC and climate control units and their components in
a manner that ensures compliance with legislative and environmental requirements
• automotive machining roles involved in the machining and reconditioning of engine
and related automotive components
• diesel fuel injection roles involved in the reconditioning and servicing of diesel fuel
pumps and governors
• motorsport roles requiring all aspects of competition vehicle preparation and
maintenance before, during, and after race events, and vehicle and personal
compliance with race event requirements.
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This qualification is one of a suite of qualifications developed at the intermediate to
advanced level for the motor industry. The qualifications in this suite are grouped to reflect
the industry recognised sector subsets of: automotive body, automotive electrical and
mechanical engineering, automotive heavy engineering, automotive specialist engineering,
and vehicle servicing. In most cases these subsets are also divided into two levels to
provide clearer entry points to and exit points from training.
People wishing to obtain information on career pathways, should contact the NZ Motor
Industry Training Organisation Incorporated (see contact details below).
This qualification builds on the skills and knowledge developed in the National Certificate
in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering) (Level 3) with strands in Automotive
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; Automotive Machining; Diesel Fuel Injection;
and Motorsport [Ref: 1415], which is a prerequisite for the award of this qualification.
Candidates may choose to progress to the National Certificate in Motor Industry
(Advanced Technical) (Level 5) with strands in Automotive Electrical and Mechanical, and
Collision Repair [Ref: 1143], the National Certificate in Business (First Line Management)
(Level 4) [Ref: 0649], or the National Diploma in Business (Level 5) [Ref: 0783].
Replacement Information
This qualification and the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist
Engineering) (Level 3) with strands in Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning; Automotive Machining; Diesel Fuel Injection; and Motorsport [Ref: 1415]
replaced the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Air Conditioning)
[Ref: 0002], the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Machining) [Ref: 0371],
and the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Diesel Fuel Injection Engineering)
[Ref: 0139].
Special Notes
The award of this qualification is dependent on the award, in the appropriate strand, of the
National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering) (Level 3) with
strands in Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; Automotive Machining;
Diesel Fuel Injection; and Motorsport [Ref: 1415]. NZQA will check this requirement
before award of the qualification.
Application for the recognition of current competency should be made to the NZ Motor
Industry Training Organisation or an accredited training provider. Credits are not
automatic and an assessment of ability is required.
Credit Range
Core Compulsory Core Elective
Level 2 credits - 0-4
Level 3 credits 2 0-4
Level 4 credits 2 0-4
Minimum totals 4 4
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Automotive Heating, Automotive Machining
Ventilation, and Air Strand
Conditioning Strand
Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective
Level 2 credits - 0-5 - 0-26
Level 3 credits 12 0-7 - 0-20
Level 4 credits 34 0-7 69 0-45
Level 5 credits - - 6 0-7
Minimum totals 46 7 75 45
Qualification total 61 128
Diesel Fuel Injection Motorsport Strand
Strand
Compulsory Elective Compulsory Elective
Level 2 credits - - - 0-17
Level 3 credits - 0-4 4 0-20
Level 4 credits 98 12-16 36 1-63
Level 5 credits - - 16 0-25
Minimum totals 98 16 56 63
Qualification total 122 127
Requirements for Award of Qualification
Award of NQF Qualifications
Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the
purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided in the Qualifications Authority Rules
and Procedures publications available at www.nzqa.govt.nz/ncea/.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions
and retain their identification number (Id). Any version of a standard with the same Id may be used to meet
qualification requirements that list the Id and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.
Summary of Requirements
• A minimum of 40 credits at Level 4 or above
• Core Compulsory standards
• Core Elective – A minimum of 4 credits as specified
One of the following strands is required
• Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Strand
• Automotive Machining Strand
• Diesel Fuel Injection Strand
• Motorsport Strand
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Detailed Requirements
Core Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID Title Level Credit
5777 Demonstrate knowledge of estimate and quotation 4 2
procedures in the motor and related industries
22789 Demonstrate knowledge of warranties and guarantees 3 2
that apply to the motor or related industries
Core Elective
A minimum of 4 credits
Business > Business Operations and Development > Quality Management
ID Title Level Credit
8077 Participate in a team to achieve specified quality 3 4
improvement objectives
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID Title Level Credit
946 Book in and receive work for an automotive or related 3 4
business
968 Estimate or quote the cost of a repair or service in the 4 4
motor and related industries
Service Sector > Retail, Distribution, and Sales > Sales Transactions
ID Title Level Credit
12008 Sell goods and/or services in a retail or distribution 2 6
environment
Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Strand
Prior award of National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering)
(Level 3) [Ref: 1415]
with Strand Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
Meet the requirements of all of the following sets
• Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Compulsory
• Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Elective
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Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID Title Level Credit
934 Cost a job for the supply of a product, repair, or service 3 3
in the motor and related industries
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Electrical and Electronics
ID Title Level Credit
975 Design a wiring harness for a particular automotive 4 4
application
24090 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing faults in engine 3 1
management systems
24148 Demonstrate knowledge of engine management 3 3
systems
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning
ID Title Level Credit
906 Test for and rectify vehicle climate control system faults 4 4
24443 Prepare to test, test and diagnose faults in an 4 5
automotive air conditioning system
24444 Service and rectify faults in an automotive air 4 7
conditioning system
24446 Demonstrate knowledge of preparing to test, and 4 4
testing for faults in an automotive air conditioning
system
24450 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle climate control 4 4
systems, and locating and rectifying faults
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Bodywork
ID Title Level Credit
5775 Remove and replace motor vehicle supplementary 4 6
restraint systems
24000 Demonstrate knowledge of motor vehicle restraint 3 5
systems
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Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Elective
A minimum of 7 credits
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Welding
ID Title Level Credit
2677 Weld aluminium with the gas tungsten arc welding 3 6
process in the downhand positions
21907 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safe welding 2 3
procedures under supervision
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning
ID Title Level Credit
24452 Service an automotive air conditioning compressor 4 3
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering
ID Title Level Credit
21683 Demonstrate knowledge of MIG welding in the motor 2 2
industry
23992 Use and maintain a gas metal arc welding (GMAW) 3 5
plant in the motor and related industries
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
24270 Diagnose and rectify faults in vehicle or machine engine 4 5
cooling systems
24271 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing vehicle or 4 3
machine cooling system faults and their causes
Automotive Machining Strand
Prior award of National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering)
(Level 3) [Ref: 1415]
with Strand Automotive Machining
Meet the requirements of all of the following sets
• Automotive Machining Compulsory
• Automotive Machining Elective
Automotive Machining Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engine Repairs
ID Title Level Credit
11731 Analyse engine and components for mechanical failure 5 6
and/or potential failure
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Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
11726 Demonstrate knowledge of engine design factors and 4 20
machining practices
11727 Prepare to and machine engine cylinder heads 4 20
11728 Prepare to and machine engine short block assemblies 4 25
24299 Demonstrate knowledge of engine crankshaft and 4 4
camshaft machining procedures
Automotive Machining Elective
A minimum of 45 credits
Computing and Information Technology > Computing > Generic Computing
ID Title Level Credit
2780 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a personal 2 9
computer system
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering Drawing and
Design
ID Title Level Credit
2431 Draw and interpret engineering drawings under 2 8
supervision
2432 Construct engineering plane geometric shapes under 2 3
supervision
2433 Create simple engineering drawings using computer 2 6
aided design (CAD) software
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering Machining and
Toolmaking
ID Title Level Credit
2702 Set and operate a CNC machining centre 4 15
2715 Produce components by performing engineering milling 3 15
operations
2717 Produce components by performing advanced 4 15
engineering milling operations
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID Title Level Credit
934 Cost a job for the supply of a product, repair, or service 3 3
in the motor and related industries
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Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering
ID Title Level Credit
11722 Inspect and repair driveshaft (propeller shaft) 4 15
assemblies
11724 Inspect and balance automotive components 4 10
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
879 Test, diagnose, and rectify faults in a two stroke petrol 4 6
engine
893 Diagnose and rectify vehicle emission control system 4 3
faults
943 Remove and install an engine assembly from and to a 3 2
light vehicle
2350 Repower light vehicles 4 3
11723 Inspect and machine engine camshafts 4 15
11725 Inspect and machine engine crankshafts 4 25
23812 Demonstrate knowledge of competition race vehicle 5 7
engine performance modification requirements and
practices
24270 Diagnose and rectify faults in vehicle or machine engine 4 5
cooling systems
24271 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing vehicle or 4 3
machine cooling system faults and their causes
24278 Demonstrate knowledge of engine performance testing 4 2
using a dynamometer
24279 Tune and test a four stroke diesel engine 4 6
24280 Test engine performance using a dynamometer and 4 1
determine engine condition
24283 Demonstrate knowledge of diesel engine braking 4 2
systems and exhaust braking systems, and diagnosing
and rectifying faults
24298 Align bore and hone bearing tunnels 4 3
Diesel Fuel Injection Strand
Prior award of National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering)
(Level 3) [Ref: 1415]
with Strand Diesel Fuel Injection
Meet the requirements of all of the following sets
• Diesel Fuel Injection Compulsory
• Diesel Fuel Injection Elective
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Diesel Fuel Injection Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust
ID Title Level Credit
15384 Demonstrate knowledge of electronic diesel 4 4
management
19305 Test electronic diesel management systems and 4 4
replace components
24200 Demonstrate knowledge of Simms Minimec diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24201 Overhaul a Simms Minimec diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24202 Demonstrate knowledge of DPA-type diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24203 Overhaul a DPA-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24206 Demonstrate knowledge of P-type diesel fuel injection 4 2
pumps
24207 Overhaul a P-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24208 Demonstrate knowledge of A-type diesel fuel injection 4 2
pumps
24209 Overhaul an A-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24212 Demonstrate knowledge of RSV-type diesel governors 4 2
24213 Overhaul a RSV-type diesel fuel governor 4 4
24214 Demonstrate knowledge of RQ-type and RQV-type 4 2
diesel governors
24215 Overhaul an RQ-type or RQV-type diesel fuel governor 4 4
24216 Demonstrate knowledge of RAD-type and RFD-type 4 2
diesel governors
24217 Overhaul an RAD-type or RFD-type diesel governor 4 4
24218 Demonstrate knowledge of R801-type and R901-type 4 2
diesel governors
24219 Overhaul an R801-type or R901-type diesel governor 4 4
24220 Demonstrate knowledge of RLD-type diesel governors 4 2
24221 Overhaul an RLD-type diesel governor 4 4
24223 Overhaul VE-type diesel fuel injection pump additional 4 6
devices
24224 Demonstrate knowledge of Stanadyne diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
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ID Title Level Credit
24225 Overhaul a Stanadyne diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24232 Demonstrate knowledge of turbocharger diagnostic 4 2
procedures
24233 Diagnose faults and recondition an automotive 4 5
turbocharger
24235 Diagnose and rectify faults in a common rail diesel fuel 4 3
system
24240 Demonstrate knowledge of Bosch VP44 diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
2313 Rectify fuel injection pump drive faults on diesel 4 2
engines
Diesel Fuel Injection Elective
A minimum of 16 credits
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust
ID Title Level Credit
15405 Repair diesel engine air intake and exhaust systems 4 4
24193 Demonstrate knowledge of Cummins PT diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24194 Diagnose faults and overhaul a Cummins PT diesel fuel 4 4
injection pump
24197 Overhaul Cummins diesel fuel injectors 4 3
24204 Demonstrate knowledge of DPS-type diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24205 Overhaul a DPS-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24226 Demonstrate knowledge of Caterpillar diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24227 Overhaul a Caterpillar diesel fuel injection pump 4 10
24228 Demonstrate knowledge of DPC-type diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24229 Overhaul a DPC-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24230 Demonstrate knowledge of EP9-type diesel fuel 4 2
injection pumps
24231 Overhaul an EP9-type diesel fuel injection pump 4 6
24237 Demonstrate knowledge of the operation and testing of 3 4
vehicle diesel emission controls
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ID Title Level Credit
24239 Demonstrate knowledge of Denso electronically 4 2
controlled diesel (ECD) fuel injection pumps
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
24278 Demonstrate knowledge of engine performance testing 4 2
using a dynamometer
24279 Tune and test a four stroke diesel engine 4 6
Motorsport Strand
Prior award of National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Specialist Engineering)
(Level 3) [Ref: 1415]
with Strand Motorsport
Meet the requirements of all of the following sets
• Motorsport Compulsory
• Motorsport Elective
Motorsport Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering - Fabrication
ID Title Level Credit
16956 Demonstrate knowledge of force and stress in 4 4
engineering fabrications
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID Title Level Credit
21708 Maintain stock security in the workplace in the motor 3 2
and related industries
23800 Analyse information from a competition race vehicle's 5 4
electronic data analysis system
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Electrical and Electronics
ID Title Level Credit
975 Design a wiring harness for a particular automotive 4 4
application
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust
ID Title Level Credit
23806 Demonstrate knowledge of exhaust system tuning for 5 4
performance and noise in competition race vehicles
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Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Preventive Maintenance
ID Title Level Credit
23807 Carry out competition race vehicle preparation and 4 6
maintenance requirements at a motorsport event
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Transmission Systems
ID Title Level Credit
24315 Diagnose faults in final drive assemblies on light 4 2
vehicles
24316 Prepare and overhaul a final drive assembly from a light 4 6
vehicle
24317 Diagnose faults in manual transmissions on light 4 2
vehicles
24318 Overhaul a manual transmission on a light vehicle 4 4
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Braking Systems
ID Title Level Credit
23820 Inspect and diagnose braking system faults, and repair 4 4
braking systems on competition race vehicles
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Steering and Suspension
ID Title Level Credit
23821 Demonstrate knowledge of fine tuning competition race 5 8
vehicle steering and suspension systems to suit
motorsport events
24025 Diagnose suspension and manual steering faults on 3 2
light vehicles
24426 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing and rectifying 4 2
vehicle power-assisted steering system faults
24427 Test, diagnose, and rectify vehicle hydraulic power- 4 2
assisted steering system faults
Motorsport Elective
A minimum of 63 credits
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Composites
ID Title Level Credit
3192 Provide for and attach fixings and fastenings in 4 4
composites
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Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering Drawing and
Design
ID Title Level Credit
2431 Draw and interpret engineering drawings under 2 8
supervision
2432 Construct engineering plane geometric shapes under 2 3
supervision
2433 Create simple engineering drawings using computer 2 6
aided design (CAD) software
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Engineering Machining and
Toolmaking
ID Title Level Credit
2702 Set and operate a CNC machining centre 4 15
2715 Produce components by performing engineering milling 3 15
operations
Engineering and Technology > Mechanical Engineering > Welding
ID Title Level Credit
2689 Weld aluminium with the gas tungsten arc welding 4 10
process in all positions
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Electrical and Electronics
ID Title Level Credit
5462 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electronic 4 5
ignition system operation
24090 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing faults in engine 3 1
management systems
24091 Inspect, diagnose, and rectify faults in engine 4 6
management systems
24094 Demonstrate knowledge of windscreen wiper and 3 1
headlamp cleaning systems
24095 Test for and rectify automotive wiper system faults 4 2
24113 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive instruments and 4 2
gauges, and testing and rectifying system faults
24114 Test for and rectify faults in automotive instruments and 4 4
gauges
24119 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle steering and 4 3
suspension electronic control systems, and testing and
rectifying faults
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ID Title Level Credit
24120 Test for and rectify faults in vehicle mechanical and 4 10
body electronic control systems
24124 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle powertrain 4 3
electronic control systems, and testing and rectifying
faults
24127 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lighting 4 3
requirements and lighting circuit diagnosis
24141 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle ABS, TCS, and ESC 5 3
electronic control systems, and testing and rectifying
faults
24142 Test and rectify faults in vehicle ABS, TCS, or ESC 5 6
electronic control systems
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhaust
ID Title Level Credit
894 Diagnose and rectify faults in a carburetted petrol fuel 4 4
system
5435 Diagnose and rectify faults in automotive supercharging 4 4
systems, and recondition superchargers
11734 Design, fabricate, and fit a non-standard exhaust 5 5
system
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning
ID Title Level Credit
24443 Prepare to test, test and diagnose faults in an 4 5
automotive air conditioning system
24444 Service and rectify faults in an automotive air 4 7
conditioning system
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Transmission Systems
ID Title Level Credit
24325 Demonstrate knowledge of four-wheel drive (4WD) and 3 3
all-wheel drive (AWD) systems used on light vehicles
24326 Diagnose four-wheel drive (4WD) or all-wheel drive 4 2
(AWD) system faults on light vehicles
24327 Rectify four-wheel drive (4WD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) 4 3
system faults on light vehicles
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Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering
ID Title Level Credit
11722 Inspect and repair driveshaft (propeller shaft) 4 15
assemblies
11724 Inspect and balance automotive components 4 10
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Coachbuilding
ID Title Level Credit
11711 Interpret vehicle drawings and job specifications for 4 3
coachbuilding, and produce a sketch with relevant
measurements
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Collision Repair
ID Title Level Credit
23982 Inspect and identify vehicle damage 4 4
23993 Demonstrate knowledge of full and sectional panel 4 2
replacement on motor vehicles
23995 Carry out a full and sectional panel replacement on 4 20
motor vehicle panels
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engines
ID Title Level Credit
980 Service engine driven stationary and mobile generators 4 3
and power units, and rectify control system faults
2350 Repower light vehicles 4 3
11726 Demonstrate knowledge of engine design factors and 4 20
machining practices
23812 Demonstrate knowledge of competition race vehicle 5 7
engine performance modification requirements and
practices
24270 Diagnose and rectify faults in vehicle or machine engine 4 5
cooling systems
24271 Demonstrate knowledge of diagnosing vehicle or 4 3
machine cooling system faults and their causes
24278 Demonstrate knowledge of engine performance testing 4 2
using a dynamometer
24280 Test engine performance using a dynamometer and 4 1
determine engine condition
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