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Apply Safe Work Practices

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURC270103A
This unit of competency will help develop students skills and knowledge in applying safe working practices, in the hope that they will not endanger their life and that of others.
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Automotive Compilation

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This DVD is a compilation of the following titles:
Repco Trial Car - duration: 0:18:13
Peter McArthur-Repco Trial Driver - duration: 0:28:34
Casting a Cylinder Block - duration: 0:20:36
Automotive Wheel Alignment: Pre-Alignment Checks - duration: 0:08:34
Automotive Wheel Alignment: Equipment and Procedure - duration: 0:11:50
Automotive Wheel Alignment: Adjusting Methods - duration: 0:03:06
Diesel Mechanics: Diesel Engines-Features, Combustion Chambers - duration: 0:14:34
Diesel Mechanics: Starting Aids, Starting Methods - duration: 0:08:48
Diesel Mechanics: Testing a Bosch P Series Inline Injection Pump-Fuel - duration: 0:06:10
Diesel Mechanics: 2-Testing a VE Distributor Type Fuel Injection Pump - duration: 0:07:36

Carry Out Diagnostic Procedures

AQF: Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT366108A
The purpose of this unit of competency is to develop knowledge and skills in the processes and equipment required to diagnose vehicle, component and equipment faults from symptoms and decide what repair actions are necessary.
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Carry Out Servicing Operations

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT200108A
Servicing of the motor vehicle is an important and complex job that is the foundation of the mechanical repair industry. This module will introduce students to the broad range of vehicle service procedures and help them to develop the skills necessary to read and interpret workshop service manuals, lubrication guides and computer-based information programs. As an apprentice, students will cover the individual service operations in more detail as they work their way through each individual repair unit.
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Casting a Cylinder Block

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
In this unit of competency the complete process of casting an automobile engine block is shown, followed by scenes of the initial machining stages to establish datum features. Attention is paid throughout that correct industry terminology is used and technical details are presented at the general interest level.
Duration: 21 minutes.

Diesel Mechanics: 2-testing a VE distributor type fuel injection pump

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
Demonstrates the use of the Hartridge 2500 Diesel Test Bench. The pump under test is a Diesel Kiki (Zexel) VE fuel injection pump. The program shows the International Standard Test Specs for the pump under test and demonstrates the test involved in testing and calibrating the pump. Program ends with warnings about what not to try to adjust.
Duration: 7 minutes.

Diesel Mechanics: Testing a Bosch P Series Inline Injection Pump-Fuel Injection Pump

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
Introduces viewers to Bosch 7.11 Diesel Injection Pump Test Bench with the PGM shows: Pump pre stroke check, Calibration of pumping elements, Constant flow fuel delivery readout on VDU.
Duration: 6 minutes.

Edge Relieving (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. A step by step explanation of the theory and practice of edge relieving in thin sheet mild steel.  Starting with an "oil-canning" piece of steel we are introduced to the concept of stretching the material in the appropriate places by hammering.  Flattening out by means of a flat faced wooden mallet is then followed by plenishing with a steel plenishing hammer.
Duration: 4 minutes 40 seconds.

Evidence Collection Diary - Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology (LV)

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
During a normal day’s work certain tasks are performed that relate to particular competencies in the course. This diary enables students to record these tasks against the competencies.
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Fibreglass Reinforced Plastics Repair (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This instructional DVD is a demonstration of the general procedure for repairing a fibreglass moulding. The demonstration includes safety procedures, cutting out the damaged area, preparation of the repair area, correct method of mixing resin, applying fibreglass mat, safe disposal of resin and finishing the repair by filing and sanding.
Duration: 12 minutes.

Folding Machine - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
The Folding Machine is used to bend light sheet metal from the flat to a maximum of 1300. This presentation covers the basic safety practices relating to the machine, identification of the major components and their functions and a demonstration of the correct manner of usage.
Duration: 4 minutes.

Forming Rolls - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: None specified
This DVD presents the component parts and functions of the forming rolls machine used in welding. Basic safety procedures and use of the machine are demonstrated.
Duration: 4 minutes.

GMA Welding - Machine Maintenance (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self-paced, competency based, learning package. Gas Metal Arc (GMA) welding has been rapidly replacing the oxyacetylene sets in Automotive Panel Repair workshops for a considerable number of years. Some manufacturers have produced machines that specifically cater for the thin sheet steel used in that industry. This video DVD deals with the operator maintenance required on such a machine.
Duration: 8 minutes.

GMA Welding - The Butt Weld (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self-paced, competency based, learning package. This demonstration is one in a series dealing with the operation and maintenance of GMA welding machines as used in the automotive crash repair industry. As such, it specifically deals with the operation and adjustment of a typical machine used for the butt welding of 1 mm body steel. Specific attention is given to alternative methods of 'tacking,' 'push' and 'pull' welding and determining a suitable amount of penetration for the method of repair.
Duration: 6 minutes 30 seconds.

Hand cutting 6mm mild steel with oxyacetylene (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. The demonstration consists of a brief account of the principle, assembly of the torch, setting of the flame, appropriate tip angles, cutting from an edge or within the materials boundary, the use of cutting charts and concludes with faults and likely causes.
Duration: 8 minutes.

Headlining Removal & Replacement

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This DVD is a comprehensive study of the R&R procedures usually required when dealing with the three major forms of headlining found in motor vehicles. Although there are only two support bows found in a utility, it still provides all of the essentials found in a sedan type vehicle. One or two piece moulded head linings have become very popular in recent times. There are differences between the one and two piece procedures, but they are relatively minor. The possible exception is the manner in which the moulded lining is removed from the vehicle. It may be necessary to remove a screen. The 'glued foam and fabric' type of lining has existed, in concept form at least, for many years. It has usually been confined to 'budget' vehicles or commercial style vans etc. All three video demonstrations cover all of the essential considerations relevant to the type of headlining under consideration.
Duration: 18 minutes.

Hot Shrinking (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
That steel expands when heated and contracts when it cools is well known. What this presentation explains is that the contraction is rather more than the expansion. In other words, it shrinks. This is followed by a practical type of demonstration which features how this phenomenon can be used to advantage by a panel beater.
Duration: 8 minutes.

How to read a Micrometer

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: None specified
These interactive DVDs use a mix of DVD footage and 3D modelling. Learners are guided through a micro meter and vernier reading in a step-by-step process that allows time for the viewer to calculate the reading before the measurement is explained.
Duration: 8 minutes.

How to read a Vernier Calliper

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: None specified
This DVD use a mix of video footage and 3D modelling. Learners are guided through a micro meter and vernier reading in a step-by-step process that allows time for the viewer to calculate the reading before the measurement is explained.
Duration: 7 minutes.

Identify Environmental Regulations

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURC172003A
This workbook is designed to assist students to gain underpinning knowledge and developing practical skills to achieve the competency standard, identify environmental regulations and best practice in the automotive mechanical industry.
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Identifying Body and Component Parts (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation gives a comprehensive listing of the major body parts and components of the types of vehicles on the road today. These 'parts' are identified in their relationship to the vehicle as a whole and where alternative names are appropriate they are also given. This DVD is intended for use for those relatively new to the automotive trade.
Duration: 9 minutes.

Inspect and Service Cooling Systems - AURT202170A

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: None specified
This unit identifies the competence required to carry out service to cooling systems and/or associated components for light vehicle.

Inspect and Service Engines

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT201170A
This unit is designed to give students an understanding of how 2 stroke, 4 stroke, diesel and rotary engines operate.
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Inspect and Service Steering Systems

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT215170A
The purpose of this competency is to develop knowledge and skills in the operation, service and inspection of vehicle steering systems. This competency should be studied in conjunction with the practical tasks as set out in the trainee record book to enable students to meet practically based assessment criteria and fulfil the requirements of the learning outcomes.
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Inspect and Service Transmissions (Manual)

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT206670A
The purpose of this competency is to develop knowledge and skills in the operation and service of transmission systems. This competency should be studied in conjunction with the practical tasks as set out in the trainee record book to enable students to meet practically based assessment criteria and fulfil the requirements of the learning outcomes.
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Making Templates - Temporary and Permanent

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This DVD demonstrates the basic approach to the use of templates as used in the panel beating industry.  Because of this the basic materials used are usually oxywelding filler wire (until recently this was always on hand, now a stock of soft iron wire may be required in most establishments), 'standard' body steel, brown paper and various kinds of cardboard that may come to hand from packaging. These materials are variously used to produce temporary and permanent templates. These then serve one of two purposes. Either the checking of a profile or the marking out of an area and shape required for fabricating a panel section.
Duration: 13 minutes.

Manufacturing a Sill Panel

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
At times the extent of damage makes it necessary to manufacture car body parts rather than merely repair them. This program shows the manufacture of a Sill Panel from a sketch or drawing using mild sheet steel.
Duration: 9 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Braze Welding versus Brazing - the lap joint

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. Neither brazing nor so-called braze welding is a fusion process. They are more akin to the lead/tin soldering processes. Only the temperatures required are much higher. Accordingly the demonstration explains what the process is, how bonding occurs and the importance of cleaning when preparing the joint. The selection of rods, tips and flame settings for both braze welding and brazing are detailed. Temperature control is stressed as it is very important for a successful joint with either process. The demonstration concludes with a series of typical problems experienced by the learner.
Duration: 11 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Butt Fusion Welding - Thin Sheet Mild Steel

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
An instructional demonstration at a beginners level of the butt fusion welding of 1 mm and 0.8 mm sheet mild steel using oxyacetylene with and without filler rod. The demonstration covers flame adjustment, tacking methods, torch angles and sequencing. The demonstration concludes with examples and causes of several common faults that may occur during the learning process. These include a degree of penetration, build-up, craters, pin holes and undercutting.
Duration: 17 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Hassles & Hints for Learners

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This demonstration is a DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. This presentation consists of a series of problems commonly encountered by the learner when attempting the oxyacetylene welding process with thin sheet mild steel. Each problem is dealt with in the context of probable causes and likely solutions.
Duration: 11 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Introduction to Fusion Welding (Panel Beating)

AQF: Suitable for Certificate III level subjects
Industry: This resource is suitable for those working in the automotive and metal products manufacturing industries.
National Code: AUR23708A
This DVD presents the principles of gas fusion welding eg the weld line, tip clearance and forming of the molten pool or “puddle”. It demonstrates how to control the size of the “puddle" and how to move it with and without use of filler wire or rod. Concepts of fusion, down hand, forehand and penetration are explained.
Duration: 14 minutes

Oxyacetylene Welding - Out of Position Welding (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. As the title suggests this is actually two demonstrations. Attention is given to flame setting, starting the weld at the edge of the sheet, tip angles, the variation in puddle control, estimating penetration from puddle size and manipulation of the filler rod. Materials used are 1 mm mild steel sheet and 1 mm filler rod.
Duration: 7 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Outside Corner Weld (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. With the aid of a simple jig and some spring welding clamps the outside corner weld is probably the easiest oxyacetylene weld joint that a learner can attempt. The demonstration includes the initial setting up of the joint, tacking, starting the weld away from the edge (to eliminate edge burning for the learner) and how to finish the weld to an edge. The materials used are 1 mm mild steel and 1 mm filler wire. The demonstration weld is executed both with and without the use of filler wire.
Duration: 7 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - Plant Assembly Operation Closing-Down Procedures

AQF: Suitable for Certificate III level subjects
Industry: This resource is suitable for those working in the automotive and metal products manufacturing industries.
National Code: AUM8055A
This DVD demonstrates oxyacetylene welding plant assembly (eg ‘cracking’, fitting of gauges, threads, care of O rings, basic safety procedures), plant operation (eg setting pressures, basic flame types) and closing down a plant.
Duration: 15 minutes.

Oxyacetylene Welding - The Plug Weld - Fusion and Bronze (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This DVD demonstration is presented in two parts -  (Fusion and Bronze plugging) and each part is complete within itself. Thus each deals with material, preparation, flame setting, judging the correct working temperature of the material, application of the filler, finishing off the plug and possible problems learners may encounter.
Duration: 12 minutes.

Panel Repair Using Planishing and Body Filing Techniques

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
In this case study, the damage to a front mud-guard was not so major as to require replacement body panels. This video details the planning and execution of a panel repair using planishing and body filing techniques.
Duration: 28 minutes.

Petrol Tank Removal & Replacement

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This demonstration covers the majority of the variations that may be encountered in the removal of a petrol tank. Items covered include correct use of wheel chocks, axle stands etc, use of suitably labelled storage containers, isolation of battery before commencement, possible means of draining fuel (including removal of sender unit to gain access), location and disconnection of all fuel pipes/hoses and suitable means of support prior to the actual removal of the manufacturers supports.
Duration: 8 minutes.

Plasma cutting 1 mm mild steel - Transfer Arc Machine (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
A brief explanation of what plasma is gives way to a short rundown on the controls and indicators existing on a typical type of machine to be found in a Panel Repair workshop. The demonstration includes setting up, current range selection, rationalisation of tip angle, comparison of cutting rates and possible problems that may occur.
Duration: 8 minutes.

Portable Electric Disk Sander - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This machine is commonly used for removing paintwork and metal, and surface preparation for plastic fillers or body solder. The presentation covers basic safety procedures including relevant electrical precautions, identification of standard machines versus double insulated types, use of Earth Leakage Circuit Breakers, correct stance and method of holding machine, grit types available, correct movement of cutting disks over work materials and handling precautions.
Duration: 5 minutes.

Reduce a Convex Aluminium Panel by Hot Shrinking

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This demonstration assumes that the learner has fundamental skills in the use of an oxyacetylene plant and the process of hot shrinking thin sheet steel. The demonstration then concentrates on the differences when dealing with aluminium.  Most noticeable probably is the ""carbon"" and ""pine wood"" indicators used to ascertain a suitable working temperature for the shrinking process.
Duration: 6 minutes.

Removal and Replacement of Major Body Components (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is the DVD component of a self paced, competency based, learning package. This demonstration introduces the beginner to the concepts of good/sound Removal and Replacement procedures. Through the specific R and R of a Front Bumper Assembly, a Hood or Bonnet, a Guard or Fender and a Door, emphasis is placed on safe handling methods and several suitable alternatives of identifying and storing parts and fasteners. The final word is, do it right. The person who dismantles is not always the person who re-assembles.
Duration: 16 minutes.

 

Remove and Replace a Thermo Bound Windscreen

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation is primarily a demonstration of the correct method of removing a thermo bound windscreen and how to use a thermo electric tape kit to replace it. The demonstration includes several alternatives for the removal of the existing bond including finding the electric element and possible power sources, importance of identifying the glass type, removal of all old bonding material, the "kit" components, "priming" the glass and the vehicle body, application of the "tape" and the bonding of the ends, the care required in connecting the electric element, the correct degree of compression of the softened tape and finishing off the seal.
Duration: 18 minutes.

Remove and Tag Transmission System Components

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT100264A
This unit covers the removal and tagging of transmission system components. An understanding of the systems and components is vital in order to be able to remove, clean, inspect and tag the various components.
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Repair a Gouge by Hot Shrinking & Metal Finishing Techniques

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
While the learner may be familiar with the use of oxyacetylene for the purpose of hot shrinking, the gouge represents grossly stretched material that requires a variation in treatment to affect a satisfactory repair.
Duration: 6 minutes.

Repair a Minor Dent by Heat Expansion & Body Filing

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
Vehicle panels frequently sustain damage around the size of a 5 to 20 cent piece that is only noticeable in a highlight situation. This damage is usually very shallow. When it is less than the thickness of the panel, the heat expansion method can be successfully used. This demonstration gives a full explanation with graphics of a suitable method of restoring this type of panel damage.
Duration: 4 minutes.

Repair by Hand Dolly Blocking & Filing

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
By virtue of their use inner guards have never been subject to a perfect finish. So when they are damaged, we are not looking for a perfect repair. This was particularly so on vehicles built prior to 1970 when materials were heavier (even in excess of 1 mm) and contained less carbon.
Duration: 6 minutes.

Repair by Plastic Filling

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
The vehicle repair industry now mainly uses plastic filler in place of solder loading because it is generally a more economic process. However it still requires skill and care to do a good job. This demonstration sets out to inform the learner how to prepare the job, prepare the two-part epoxy filler and how to mix it, how to apply it and how to finish it. The demonstration finishes with a small segment on the companion product, the two-part epoxy putty. This is much finer in texture than the filler and as a result has some extremely useful applications.
Duration: 14 minutes.

Service final drive (driveline)

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT213170A
The purpose of this unit of competency is to develop knowledge and skills in the operation, construction and repair of driveline components.
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Service, Maintain or Replace Batteries

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURE218670A
The purpose of this unit of competency is to develop knowledge and skills in the testing, servicing, removing and replacing of automotive batteries. This unit should be studied in conjunction with the practical tasks as set out in this workbook, to enable you to meet practically based assessment criteria and fulfil the requirements of the learning outcomes.
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Sharpening a Cold Chisel (Panel Beating)

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This DVD covers the sharpening of a carbon steel cold chisel using a permanently mounted electric grinder. Attention is given to general safety procedures, types of suitable stones from the purpose, angles required, control of angles during the grinding process and general checking processes.
Duration: 7 minutes.

Spot Welder - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: None specified
This DVD presents the component parts and functions of the spot welder. Basic safety procedures, use of the machine and testing of the weld are demonstrated.
Duration: 4 minutes, 40 seconds.

Spray Gun: Types, Components, Adjustment and Maintenance - Automotive retail, service & repair

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
With the use of three dimensional graphics and video footage this programme details the types, components, adjustment and maintenance of a spray gun. The programme is in four main sections:

Basic Spraying Principals: This section demonstrates the basic principals of a spray gun.

Spray Gun Components: In this section all the components and their functions are explained, including fan control, material control and set-up.

Adjusting the Spray Gun: This section demonstrates, air pressure adjustment, the correct procedure to maximise material flow and setting the correct fan pattern to suit the application.

Cleaning the Spray Gun: This section demonstrates the correct procedure, including back-flushing, strip-down, reassembly and lubrication. Occupational Health Welfare and Safety requirements are mentioned and demonstrated throughout the programme.

Duration: 16 minutes.

Swaging Machine - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
The Swaging Machine allows the making of rebated lines in a panel. It also allows you to make wire edge reinforced panels such as were popular in vehicles up to the 1930s or so. The presentation covers all basic safety precautions, identification and uses of components and a practical demonstration of a typical use of the machine.
Duration: 4 minutes.

Test, Service and Charge Batteries

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURE218676A
This unit of competency covers the competence to service, remove, replace and charge automotive batteries, including identification and confirmation of work requirements, preparation for work, servicing, testing and charging of batteries, jump-starting of vehicle/equipment and completion of work finalisation processes, including clean-up and documentation.
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The Drill Press - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
The Drill Press, also referred to as the Pedestal Drill, is usually preferred for drilling operations where pinpoint accuracy is required. The presentation covers all relevant safety procedures and precautions, identifies and explains the use of all major components and demonstrates the use of the machine with thin sheet steel panelling.
Duration: 4 minutes.

The Guillotine - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
This presentation looks at a typical small metal cutting guillotine suitable for relatively light sheet metal work. After covering all of the relevant safety practices relating to the use of the machine we see a demonstration of the correct method of using the guillotine.
Duration: 2 minutes 40 seconds.

Use and Maintain Workplace Tools and Equipment

AQF: Certificate III
Industry: Automotive Industry
National Code: AURT270278A
This activity is designed to provide sufficient knowledge to enable you to name common personal protective equipment (PPE) and identify the uses for each piece of equipment along with any limitations associated with them.
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Wheeling Machine - Workshop Machinery Operation & Safety

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Automotive Industry
The Wheeling Machine is used to produce double plane curves in sheet metal. Basic safety procedures are followed by a demonstration of the correct use of the machine.
Duration: 4 minutes.