This course is specifically designed for students seeking a career in the Bicycle Repair Industry.
Participants will be required to operate within a safe working environment. Good customer contact and communication skills are also an important aspect of this qualification.
The course can be structured to meet the needs of the student and specific enterprise and be either mechanical specific or include some sales electives however a basic course outline is provided below.
The AUR20316 Certificate II in Bicycle Mechanical Technology is intended to prepare new employees or develop existing workers who are performing bicycle service and repair tasks in the bicycle industry.
Employment outcomes targeted by this qualification include:
• bicycle assembler
• service technician
• assistant mechanic
• bicycle sales assistant
Course enrolment fee
This includes all training and assessment and reference text for the following units.
Course Delivery Location
3/18 Abel St, Jaminsontown NSW 2750
Associated course costs:
You will be provided with all necessary workbooks and reference material to complete your course however
• Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and any associated costs to and from face-to-face training and assessment sessions.
• and are required to successfully complete all assessment tasks within the required time frames.
To be awarded this qualification, competency must be demonstrated in 16 units of competency, consisting of:
Unit Code Unit Title C = core E = elective
8 core units
AURAEA002 Apply environmental and sustainability best practice in an automotive workplace C
AURAFA001 Use numbers in an automotive workplace C
AURAFA002 Read in an automotive workplace C
AURASA002 Apply safe working practices in an automotive workplace C
AURBTA004 Assemble box bicycles for retail sale C
AURBTJ001 Remove, repair and fit bicycle tyres C
AURBTV001 Fit and adjust bicycle accessories C
AURTTK002 Use and maintain workplace tools and equipment C
8 elective units
AURBTA001 Remove and tag bicycle components E
AURBTD002 Service bicycle suspension systems E
AURBCA002 Select and adjust bicycle to fit rider E
AURBTB001 Service and repair bicycle mechanical braking systems E
AURBTB002 Service bicycle hydraulic braking systems E
AURTTA002 Carry out servicing operations E
AURBTD001 Service bicycle steering systems E
AURBTD002 Service bicycle wheels and hubs E
8 days of scheduled practical classes however the timetable may be individualised to include
• on-the-job training;
• accelerated learning programs;
• recognition of prior learning;
• gap-training programs;
Program Dates to be advised.
Course Hours 8:30am – 4:30pm each day
Required skills prior to enrolment
LITERACY & NUMERACY
Reading Technical Language
Proficiency level: You should be able to read English technical writing at a level equivalent to a typical Year 10 high school student.
Examples: In conversation, reading of fiction, and reading of non-fiction prose (i.e., news articles, magazine articles, etc.), context may make it possible to get the gist of the article, book, or conversation without completely understanding every word and sentence. The same is not true of technical language. Therefore, you must be able to read at a level where you can understand each word and statement in its entirety.
Proficiency level: You must be able to use a calculator to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division functions. For this purpose, you must be able to understand numbers with decimal notation. No mental calculation or hand-written calculation is required.
Bicycle Riding Skills
Proficiency level: You must be able to ride a bicycle, operate its gear systems, and operate its brakes.
Examples: An absolutely essential part of working as a professional mechanic is to perform diagnosis of shifting performance, braking performance, handling, and noises issues while a bike is being operated under normal riding loads.
Proficiency level: You will need to be able to distinguish quiet noises and noise changes of a very small magnitude.
Bicycles make noise during operation. Some noises are normal, and some noises indicate problems are occurring. Often, the “problem” noises occur while normal noises are simultaneously occurring. Some specific examples are:
• Moving parts (such as chains) that need lubrication may squeak quietly
• Brake pads that are worn out, misaligned, loose, or contaminated make squealing, scraping, and groaning noises
• Gear-shift mechanisms that are out of adjustment make very quiet scraping or clattering sounds
• Marginally loose parts or poorly fit parts such as handlebars, stems, pedals, cranks, crank bearings, seats and seat posts make quiet creaking or clicking sounds
• Structural parts that have cracks developing make clicking and creaking sounds during operation sometimes well before damage becomes apparent visually or by touch.
HOW TO ENROL
Complete the enrolment form online which can be found at
Fee paying students are eligible for refunds in certain cases. For more details, please refer to.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Do you already have a qualification, statement of attainment for units completed at another registered training organization? National recognition is about recognizing them. Any requests for recognition of prior learning will be considered by 5 Star Training & Consulting. Please contact the office on 02 4722 2471 or email email@example.com or speak with your teacher for more information.
STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
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