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1 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD Driving your career forward Youth Guarantee Courses 019 National Certificates at levels and 3 Zero fees apply for all Youth Guarantee learners Open to learners years Travel allowance available Train on site at Fairview Motors, Hamilton NZQA accredited and registered provider 473 Te Rapa Road, PO Box 10-44, Hamilton 341 phone FairviewEducationalServices

2 NZQA Qualification Fairview Educational Services Ltd (FEDS) was established in 1998 and specialises in delivering automotive trade training on site at Fairview Motors in Hamilton. Training at Fairview Motors provides students with first hand experience of the day to day operations and expectations of a large automotive dealership. Studying in this unique environment is ideal preparation for working in the automotive and related industries. FEDS courses are responsive and relevant to the needs of the motor industry and students gain knowledge and skills that are in high demand. FEDS is a NZQA registered and accredited training provider. During the most recent NZQA External Evaluation FEDS maintained Category 1 status (highest available) and received the following statements of confidence: Highly Confident in Educational Performance Highly Confident in Capability in Self-Assessment WHY CHOOSE FEDS? 0 years experience training students for the automotive industry FEDS graduates are highly regarded and sought after High transition levels into employment and apprenticeships Friendly and supportive team of highly experienced and qualified tutors Small class sizes (no more than 15:1) FEDS tutors are trained to support students literacy and numeracy needs Excellent industry support for work experience and graduate employment Strong track record in supporting students to complete qualifications Assistance provided towards securing employment following graduation Tailored learning plans for individual students Zero fees Youth Guarantee places offered FEDS has a proud history of supporting the Waikato community YOUTH GUARANTEE Youth Guarantee (YG) is a government supported initiative that provides zero fees access to approved tertiary programmes for school leavers aged 16 to 19 years. As an approved YG provider FEDS is offering two full-time courses in 019: NCEA Level Vocational Pathway Manufacturing and Technology 0-4 week course open to students that have not yet achieved a level qualification Level 3 New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering 40 week course open to students that have not yet achieved a level 3 qualification YOUR FUTURE FEDS courses prepare students for apprenticeship opportunities in the following areas: Automotive Engineering Automotive Heavy Engineering Road Transport Agricultural Equipment Plant and Equipment Motorcycle Engineering Power Boat Servicing Brake Service Engineering Radiator Repairs Fuel Injection Engineering Automotive Air Conditioning Outdoor Power Equipment automotive courses 019

3 NCEA LEVEL YOUTH GUARANTEE COURSE Vocational Pathway: Manufacturing and Technology This qualification provides an excellent grounding for students across various automotive trades. In addition to motor industry standards students will have the opportunity to complete the literacy and numeracy standards required for NCEA. At the completion of this qualification graduates will be ready to move into employment within the motor industry or carry on to study the level three New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering qualification. Course duration: 0-4 weeks from enrolment Course start date: Rolling start Credits available: 60 automotive credits (selected from approved list) 10 literacy and 10 numeracy credits if required for NCEA Earliest start date: 15 January 019 Course start time: 9.00 am Course finish time: 3.30 pm Students to select 60 credits from the following units: Automotive Administration Unit Id Title Demonstrate knowledge of new and emerging technology in the motor industry Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry Level Credit 5 Automotive Electrical and Electronics Unit Id Title Demonstrate knowledge of automotive starting and charging systems Demonstrate knowledge of ignition systems Demonstrate knowledge of protecting vehicle electronics Demonstrate knowledge of automotive batteries Select test equipment and test an electrical circuit Remove and replace motor vehicle lamps Level Credit Automotive Fuel Systems and Exhausts Unit Id Title Demonstrate knowledge of a diesel fuel system Perform minor servicing tasks on a diesel fuel system Level Credit automotive courses 019 3

4 LEVEL Engines 31 Explain the operation of two and four stroke petrol and diesel engines Demonstrate knowledge of automotive cooling systems 1687 Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine Demonstrate knowledge of disassembling and reassembling a four stroke engine 3 Automotive Preventative Maintenance 9 Identify the general locations and functions of vehicle systems and main components 4 47 Prepare a vehicle and/or machine for use and shut down after use 1690 Perform general servicing checks on a motor vehicle Select and apply lubricants and sealants 1 Motor Industry Introductory Skills Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices 1668 Demonstrate knowledge of cleaning components 1669 Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment 1670 Demonstrate knowledge of general engineering tasks in the motor industry 3 Automotive Workshop Engineering 94 Clean automotive components Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry Demonstrate knowledge of oxy-acetylene welding 1685 Use an oxy-acetylene welding plant Demonstrate knowledge of hazardous materials 1859 Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application Self Management 1349 Demonstrate knowledge of time management 3 YG graduate Stanley Worsnop 3 automotive courses 019 Now employed at Auto Super Shoppes, Te Awamutu YG graduate Jasper Campbell Now employed at Fairview Mazda, Hamilton

5 Tyres LEVEL 1679 Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry Vehicle Braking Systems 4 Change the fluid and bleed a brake hydraulic system 1689 Demonstrate knowledge of brake fluid, fluid replacement and brake bleeding 170 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle braking systems 3 Vehicle Steering and Suspension 171 Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle steering and suspension systems Automotive Transmission Systems 39 Demonstrate knowledge of automotive manual transmissions 3 Vehicle Bodywork 399 Detail and groom a vehicle Demonstrate knowledge of exterior and interior motor body parts and trim NCEA Level 1 Literacy and Numeracy Credits (if required) 66 Write to communicate ideas Use numbers to solve problems Read texts with understanding Actively participate in spoken interaction Interpret statistical information for a purpose Use measurement to solve problems 1 3 YG graduate Trey Timbrell Now employed at Fairview Mazda, Hamilton YG graduate Rens Graumans automotive courses Now employed at Keith Andrews, Hamilton

6 LEVEL 3 YOUTH GUARANTEE COURSE New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering This course is targeted at students that have achieved NCEA level. Graduates of this course will be ready to pathway into employment within the motor industry and will ideally continue training through an apprenticeship. Course duration: 40 weeks Course start date: Rolling start students may continue into 00 Credits available: 10 Earliest start date: 15 January 019 Course start time: Course finish time: 9.00 am 3.30 pm Students to complete all 5 qualification outcomes: Qualification Outcome Credit Value 1 Workplace policies and safety 10 Tools and equipment 15 3 Engines and drivelines 30 4 Electrical and electronic systems 40 5 Brakes, steering and suspension systems 5 Total 10 Workplace Policies and Safety 3856 Identify emergency procedures in the motor and related industries Demonstrate knowledge of terminology used in the motor industry 3743 Demonstrate knowledge of general legislation and regulations in the motor industry Demonstrate good work habits and safe work practices in the motor industry 4 Tools and Equipment 94 Clean automotive components and maintain cleaning equipment Carry out general engineering tasks in the motor industry Use a MIG welding plant in the motor industry Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application Demonstrate knowledge of motor industry engineering tasks Demonstrate knowledge of welding in the motor industry automotive courses 019

7 LEVEL 3 Engines and Drivelines 43 Carry out basic engine tuning on a four stroke petrol engine under supervision Demonstrate knowledge of basic tuning on a four stroke petrol engine Disassemble, inspect and reassemble an engine short block Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle emissions Demonstrate knowledge of an EFI system Demonstrate knowledge of the operation of a diesel fuel system Demonstrate knowledge of petrol and diesel engines Demonstrate knowledge of automotive lubricants Service an automotive cooling system Remove and refit intake and exhaust system components 3 3 Electrical and Electronic Systems 898 Identify an automotive wiring diagram and translate information to a motor vehicle circuit Protect electronics when servicing or repairing a vehicle Demonstrate knowledge of motor vehicle safety systems and working on damaged systems Remove and replace motor vehicle lamps Demonstrate safety precautions on vehicles fitted with air bags and/or seat belt pre-tensioners Rectify simple vehicle lighting faults and adjust vehicle lamps Service an automotive battery Test and repair automotive electrical circuits Demonstrate knowledge of an automotive air conditioning system Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and testing of automotive circuits Demonstrate knowledge of vehicle or machine batteries Demonstrate knowledge of ignition systems 3 3 Brakes, Steering and Suspension Systems 1679 Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry 17 Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry Service a vehicle or machine Service a brake system on a vehicle or machine Bleed a hydraulic brake system Service steering and suspension systems on a machine Demonstrate knowledge of steering and suspension systems Demonstrate knowledge of brake systems Demonstrate knowledge of hydraulic brake system fault diagnosis 4 automotive courses 019 7

8 COURSE FEES 019 Both level and level 3 courses are zero fees All workbooks and writing materials are provided to students at no charge Boots and overalls are required and are available on a shared basis Assistance with travel costs is available WORK EXPERIENCE FEDS courses include classroom teaching and practical trade training. For both YG courses students are required to carry out work experience in a commercial working environment. The work experience component starts after students have completed the essential safety and hand tools unit standards. Work experience provides students with the following opportunities: To put new skills and knowledge into practice in a commercial environment To receive feedback from industry experts To experience the real life expectations of a busy workshop To gather practical evidence towards completing unit standards To build relationships with potential employers To work on a variety of vehicles using a range of specialist tools and equipment FEDS tutors regularly visit students during work experience placements YOUTH GUARANTEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Candidates are expected to be well presented, highly motivated and well disciplined Candidates must be at least sixteen years of age and no more than nineteen years of age on the day they start their course (TEC entry criteria apply) Candidate suitability will be determined through an interview process APPLICATION PROCESS Candidates are required to submit a completed Application to Study Form (available at to the Training Director, Fairview Educational Services, PO Box 10-44, Hamilton 341 or Candidates are required to bring the following documents to the interview: Current curriculum vitae Latest school report Driver s licence Original birth certificate or passport EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD Driving your career forward NZQA accredited and registered provider 473 Te Rapa Road, PO Box 10-44, Hamilton 341 phone automotive courses 019 FairviewEducationalServices

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