National Certificate in Motor Industry (Brake Service Engineering

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National Certificate in Motor Industry (Brake Service Engineering)
Level
3
Credits
101
This qualification has been reviewed. The last date to meet the requirements is 31
December 2016.
Purpose
This certificate is designed as the national qualification for people working in the Brake
Service Engineering branch of the Motor Industry. This qualification is a means of
recognising knowledge and skills required to carry out all tasks required in brake service
engineering, from advising customers on brake and clutch problems, maintaining stock
control, costing jobs, machining discs and drums, overhauling brake components,
rectifying clutch faults, to diagnosing and rectifying braking faults on vehicles. The
certificate is designed for people wishing to work in a safe and professional manner; to
maintain standards for the brake engineering industry; and to provide a means of
recognising prior learning for those already working in the industry.
Details regarding industry recognition and registration can be obtained from the NZ Motor
Industry Training Organisation in the first instance. Unit standards in this qualification
have relevance to other automotive engineering qualifications, and those people who wish
to consider additional unit standards or qualifications should contact the NZ Motor Industry
Training Organisation for advice.
Replacement Information
This qualification, the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Servicing)
[Ref: 0138], National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Radiator Repair)
[Ref: 0188], National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Steering, Suspension, and
Alignment) with an optional strand in Heavy Commercial Vehicles [Ref: 0246], National
Certificate in Motor Industry (Exhaust Servicing) [Ref: 0372], and the National Certificate in
Motor Industry (Tyre Servicing) with optional strands in Light and Heavy Commercial
Vehicle Tyres, Agricultural Equipment Tyres, Off-The-Road Equipment Tyres, Industrial
Tyres, and Steering and Suspension [Ref: 0373] have been replaced by the National
Certificate in Motor Industry (Vehicle Servicing) with strands in Brake and Clutch, Exhaust
Systems, Radiator Repair, Steering and Suspension, Tyres, Underbody and General
Service, and Vehicle Security, and with an optional strand in Heavy Vehicle Steering and
Suspension [Ref: 1420].
Special Notes
It is expected that most people will undertake training towards this qualification in the form
of apprenticeship with the use of record of achievement books and training manuals. It is
recommended that in the first instance, a “training plan” be developed with the assistance
of a NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation representative.
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Applications for recognition of prior learning should be made to the NZ Motor Industry
Training Organisation or accredited training providers. Credits are not automatic and
normally an assessment of ability is required.
Credit Range
Level 1 credits
Level 2 credits
Level 3 credits
Level 4 credits
Level 5 credits
Minimum totals
Compulsory
6
42
17
11
76
Elective
0-13
12-25
0-23
0-8
25
Requirements for Award of Qualification
Award of NZQF National 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 on the New Zealand Qualifications
Authority (NZQA) website: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/standards/standards-exclusionlist/.
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
• Compulsory standards
• Elective – A minimum of 25 credits as specified
Detailed Requirements
Compulsory
The following standards are required
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID
Title
Level
225
248
249
934
Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New
Zealand Automotive Industry
Describe an apprenticeship employment contract for
the automotive industry
Carry out automotive industry personal workplace
requirements
Cost a job for an automotive repair or service
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Credit
1
2
2
1
2
5
4
3
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ID
Title
Level
Credit
946
Book in work for an automotive business
4
4
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Electrical and Electronics
ID
Title
Level
Credit
232
Test an automotive electrical circuit
2
8
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Preventative Maintenance
ID
Title
Level
Credit
229
237
245
Identify the functions and general locations of motor
vehicle systems and components
Describe automotive brake, steering, and suspension
systems, and their operation
Select and apply lubricants and sealants for automotive
and related industry applications
2
5
2
3
2
2
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Transmission Systems
ID
Title
Level
Credit
239
922
Demonstrate knowledge of automotive manual
transmissions
Rectify faults in clutches used on cars or light
commercial vehicles
2
2
3
2
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering
ID
Title
Level
Credit
226
227
228
924
Perform safe working practices in an automotive
workshop
Carry out general engineering tasks to repair and make
automotive components
Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for
an automotive application
Clean automotive components and maintain cleaning
equipment
2
2
2
4
2
5
2
1
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Braking Systems
ID
Title
Level
Credit
242
Change the fluid and bleed a brake hydraulic system
2
2
936
Make up brake pipes for a particular braking application
3
1
937
Describe brake lining materials and reline brake shoes
3
2
938
Inspect and overhaul braking system hydraulic
componentry off the vehicle
3
4
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ID
Title
Level
Credit
948
Machine brake discs and drums
3
2
960
Diagnose and rectify brake system faults on cars or
light commercial vehicles
Explain the operation and servicing requirements of car
and light commercial vehicle braking systems
4
4
3
6
Level
Credit
1
2
8184
Service Sector > Service Sector Skills > Selling Skills
ID
Title
58
Complete a sales transaction in a given situation
Service Sector > Service Sector Skills > Service Sector - Core Skills
ID
Title
Level
56
57
Attend to customer enquiries face-to-face and on the
telephone
Provide customer service in given situations
Credit
1
2
2
2
Elective
A minimum of 25 credits
• Of which a minimum of 12 credits at Level 3 or above
Business > Business Administration > Business Administration Services
ID
Title
Level
Credit
327
Document business transactions
2
3
334
Operate inventory administration systems to record and
monitor inventory activities
3
5
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Administration
ID
Title
Level
382
386
387
391
392
Demonstrate knowledge of payment types, and carry
out office procedures in an automotive company
Determine stock levels of automotive products
Credit
3
4
5
4
Demonstrate knowledge of stock ordering, and maintain 3
stock for an automotive business
Prepare a quotation for the supply of an automotive
3
product, repair, or service
Maintain automotive stock and plant security
2
6
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ID
Title
Level
Credit
398
Interpret warranties and guarantees that apply to the
automotive industry
Estimate the cost of an automotive repair
4
2
4
4
Demonstrate an automotive product to show its
operation and use
3
3
968
3384
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Electrical and Electronics
ID
Title
Level
Credit
233
Service an automotive battery
2
2
898
Identify an automotive wiring diagram and translate
information to a motor vehicle circuit
Carry out automotive wiring repairs and test circuits for
serviceability
3
3
3
3
Level
Credit
899
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Sales
ID
Title
383
385
Demonstrate knowledge of purchasing automotive parts 3
for resale and storing parts
Sell automotive products
3
4
3382
Pick, pack, and dispatch automotive parts
3
2
3
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Transmission Systems
ID
Title
Level
Credit
2331
3380
15418
Diagnose and rectify faults in heavy vehicle and/or
equipment clutches
Overhaul car and light commercial vehicle clutch cover
assemblies
Describe the operation and servicing requirements of
heavy vehicle and equipment clutches
4
4
3
2
3
4
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Automotive Workshop Engineering
ID
Title
Level
Credit
230
913
Repair and manufacture automotive components by
oxy-acetylene gas welding
Use the oxy-acetylene process for welding and allied
uses in the motor industry
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3
3
4
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Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Engine Repairs
ID
Title
943
Remove and install an engine assembly from and to a
car or light commercial vehicle
Level
Credit
3
2
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Braking Systems
ID
Title
Level
974
15473
15475
15476
15477
15478
15479
15480
Diagnose and rectify faults in a car or light commercial
vehicle anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Diagnose and rectify brake system faults on ride-on
outdoor powered equipment
Demonstrate knowledge of foundation (drum) brakes on
heavy vehicles and machines, and repair them
Demonstrate knowledge of pneumatic brakes on heavy
vehicles and machines
Demonstrate knowledge of braking systems on truck
and trailer combinations
Demonstrate knowledge of hydraulic brakes on heavy
vehicles and machines, and repair them
Test and rectify pneumatic brake faults on heavy
vehicles, trailers, and machines
Demonstrate knowledge of heavy vehicle and machine
disc brakes, and repair them
Engineering and Technology > Motor Industry > Vehicle Recovery
ID
Title
3387
Respond to vehicle breakdown
Service Sector > Service Sector Skills > Selling Skills
ID
Title
379
Sell goods and/or services on an in-coming telephone
call
5
4
4
3
3
5
3
4
3
4
4
4
4
6
3
4
Level
Credit
3
1
Level
Credit
3
3
Service Sector > Service Sector Skills > Service Sector - Core Skills
ID
Title
Level
376
Employ customer service techniques for differing
customer behaviours in a given situation
Credit
3
Credit
2
Transition Arrangements
Version 5
Version 5 of this qualification was issued to extend the expiry date, and subsequently
republished to include reverse transition arrangements for expiring standard 379.
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Version 5 of this qualification contains a standard that will expire in December 2014. For
the purposes of this qualification, people who have gained credit for the replacement
standard are exempt from the requirement to gain credit for the expiring standard – see
table below.
Credit for
Exempt from
26862
379
For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.
Previous versions of the qualification
Version 4 was issued to indicate that this qualification is expiring.
This qualification, the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Servicing)
[Ref: 0138], National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Radiator Repair)
[Ref: 0188], National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Steering, Suspension, and
Alignment) with an optional strand in Heavy Commercial Vehicles [Ref: 0246], National
Certificate in Motor Industry (Exhaust Servicing) [Ref: 0372], and the National Certificate in
Motor Industry (Tyre Servicing) with optional strands in Light and Heavy Commercial
Vehicle Tyres, Agricultural Equipment Tyres, Off-The-Road Equipment Tyres, Industrial
Tyres, and Steering and Suspension [Ref: 0373] have been replaced by the National
Certificate in Motor Industry (Vehicle Servicing) with strands in Brake and Clutch, Exhaust
Systems, Radiator Repair, Steering and Suspension, Tyres, Underbody and General
Service, and Vehicle Security, and with an optional strand in Heavy Vehicle Steering and
Suspension [Ref: 1420].
Version 3 was issued in order to extend the last date for the award of version 1 to
December 2002. The content of the qualification has not been changed.
Version 2 was issued as part of the Motor Industry unit standard review.
Changes to structure and content
• removal of prerequisite qualification the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Entry to
Automotive Trades) [Ref: 0017];
• the addition of unit standards 56, 57, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 232, 237, 239, 242, 245,
248, 249, and 8184 to the compulsory section. All these unit standards with the
exception of 8184 were previously covered by being included in the prerequisite
qualification;
• the structure has been amended to provide for an elective section;
• unit standards 327, 334, 376, 379, 382, 383, 385, 386, 387, 391, 392, 398, 898, 899,
913, 943, 968, 974, 2331, 3380, 3382, 3384, and 3387 moved from the compulsory
section to the elective section;
• unit standards 389, 408, 932, 1277 and 1313 have been removed from the compulsory
section following changes to industry technology requirements. People holding credit
for those unit standards may choose to complete version 1 within the period of transition
or use credit to meet the elective requirements of version 2;
• credit total for the qualification decreased from 109 to 101.
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Version 1 replaced the NZ Motor Industry Training Board National Certificate in Brake
Service Engineering with the National Certificate in Motor Industry (Brake Service
Engineering) in October 1995. The NZMITB National Certificate continues to be
recognised by the NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation and the motor industry. There
is no requirement for holders of that qualification to seek an NZQA national certificate.
NZQF National Qualification Registration Information
Process
Registration
Review
Revision
Review
Revision
Republished
Version
1
2
3
4
5
5
Date
September 1995
September 1999
November 2000
August 2008
November 2010
January 2014
Last Date for Assessment
December 2002
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2016
December 2016
Standard Setting Body
NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation (Incorporated)
PO Box 10803
The Terrace
Wellington 6143
Telephone
Facsimile
Email
0800 88 21 21
04 494 0006
[email protected]
Other standard setting bodies whose standards are included in the
qualification
NZQA
ServiceIQ
Certification
This certificate will display the logos of NZQA, the NZ Motor Industry Training Organisation
(Incorporated), and the organisation that has been granted consent to assess against
standards that meet the requirements of the qualification (accredited).
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Classification
This qualification is classified according to the classification system listed on the Directory
of Assessment Standards (DAS) and the New Zealand Standard Classification of
Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.
DAS Classification
NZSCED
Code
Description
Code
Description
257
Engineering and Technology >
Motor Industry
0307
Engineering and Related
Technologies > Mechanical and
Industrial Engineering and
Technology
Quality Management Systems
Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be granted consent to assess by a recognised Quality
Assurance Body before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Organisation with
consent to assess and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the
moderation system that applies to those standards. Consent to assess requirements and the moderation
system are outlined in the associated Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) for each standard.
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Prerequisite Diagram
Basic first aid
course
Unit 226
Appropriate driver's licence
for vehicle being driven
Unit 242
Unit 249
Unit 239
Level 2
Unit 8184
Unit 922
Level 3
Unit 960
Level 4
Key:
Not included in this qualification
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Prerequisite diagram for elective unit standards
Appropriate driver's licence
for vehicle being driven
Unit 230
Unit 242
Level 2
Unit 913
Unit 3387
Unit 898
Unit 15418
Unit 15476
Unit 899
Unit 2331
Unit 15479
Unit 8184
Level 3
Unit 960
Level 4
Unit 974
Level 5
Key:
Not included in this qualification
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