The automotive course offered at the College is designed to be challenging, fulfilling, and worthwhile. The course is highly popular with many of our students who have a genuine interest in cars and mechanics and are wishing to turn this into a career.

Students who study automotive complete professional training in our purpose-built workshops, ensuring both a practical and theoretical knowledge of mechanical systems and components. Students gain hands-on understanding in automotive mechanisms, the inner-workings of engines, vehicle maintenance and repairs, mechanical diagnostics, technology and construction, and workshop safety procedures and regulations. Students get the opportunity to work on a range of vehicles, including agricultural machinery, buses, floats, and road vehicles, which gives them a solid grounding going forward to successful employment, apprenticeships, or further studies.

"I really enjoy learning automotive at the College; you get a lot of hands-on experience and knowhow. The lecturers are switched on and very informative, they show you all kinds of things, like how to pull apart, fix and recondition components. I would like to go into the automotive industry when I finish school, and I am hoping to get an apprenticeship as a heavy diesel mechanic". John Hunter (Year 11 student)   

Course and Certificates

Certificate II in Automotive

Career Pathways

Our automotive students have gone on to further studies at TAFE or University in this field or have begun successful careers in automotive related fields such as:

Auto Mechanic        Machinery Sales
Heavy Diesel Mechanic   Auto Electrician
Machinery Dealership   Vehicle Manufactory