This page includes resources to support the delivery of the Automotive Training Packages, as well as providing information about the many sectors within the automotive industry.
Here you will find:
- Workplace Evidence Record Workbooks
- Automotive Environmental Scan
- ASA’s Learning Management System – the Learning Hub
- a link to the Training Packages’ Companion Volume
- a collection of informative automotive related video.
Workplace Evidence Record Workbooks
ASA, in consultation with the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce have developed the Workplace Evidence Record (WER) Book. The WER has been designed to provide a complete record of the workplace tasks achieved by apprentices, trainees and individuals as they work towards a vocational qualification.
This Workplace Evidence Record is an essential tool, which tracks and records the apprentice/trainee’s satisfactorily completed workplace tasks through:
- Providing validation of workplace practical tasks
- Supporting the Negotiated Training Plan under apprenticeship/traineeship conditions.
- Helps further develop skills valued by the Automotive Industry
- Assists in the apprentice/trainee’s choice of future studies
- Provides documented evidence of the apprentice/trainee’s current skills
- Relates skills and knowledge to National Automotive Industry Competency Standards; and
- Measures achievement within a qualification recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework
Each Evidence Record consists of 3 sections:
Confirmation of Student Assessment by Training Provider to be completed by Registered Training Organisation
Validation of Workplace Practical Tasks – Performance Evidence – to be completed by Apprentice/Trainee
Validation by the Workplace Supervisor that he/she has observed the apprentice/trainee successfully undertake the workplace tasks.
Workplace Supervisor/Mentor Feedback Sheet
If necessary, the Workplace Supervisorcould provide feedback in this section
The WER books are presented in a sturdy hard plastic 4 ring binder enclosed within a plastic sleeve. This ensures the durability of the folder and its contents.
For more information, or to purchase please contact Cheryl Turner at ASA
on (03) 8610 2518 or email email@example.com.
ASA Learning Hub
The ASA Learning Hub provides free online (blended) learning programs and support materials for units of competency from the Australian automotive industry training packages.
Visit asalearninghub.com.au to learn more.
Please note: There is no administrative support or updates available on the ASA Learning Hub. Users can still create new accounts or access their existing accounts to complete any learning programs or assessments currently available.
ASA Companion Volumes
The purpose of a companion volume is to help Registered Training Organisations implement Training Packages. A companion volume organises a collection of relevant guides and information into one-point-of-access for its intended users. It includes an Implementation Guide, Learning Strategy Guide, Assessment Strategy Guide, as well as information useful to those interested in careers in the automotive industry.
Visit asacompanionvolumes.com.au to learn more.
Young and Successful Video Series
Attracting young people into the automotive industry is critical in ensuring our industry can develop the next generation of technical and business leaders. With this in mind, Auto Skills Australia in conjunction with industry is developing an ongoing video series titled ‘Young and Successful’. In this series we profile young people that have made the automotive industry a great career choice, dispelling the myth that careers in automotive have limited options and pathways for professional development.
Nathan Fontana from European Automotive Specialists
– September 2013
ASA travelled to West Perth to chat with 21 year old Nathan Fontana, a 4th year apprentice at European Automotive Specialists.
John Davidson from Davidson Autobody
– 11th of May 2012
ASA traveled to Hobart Tasmania to chat with 28 year old John Davidson, owner and manager of Davidson Autobody.
Heath Blair from Richardsons Harley Davidson
– 10th of May 2012
ASA travelled to Launceston Tasmania to chat with 30 year old Harley Davidson motorcycle technician, Heath Blair.
Brad Batty from Kmart Tyre & Service
– 18th of April 2012
Auto Skills Australia travelled to Newmarket in Victoria to chat with 32 year old Brad Batty, store manager of Kmart Tyre & Service.
Shane Ashlin from Howell Automotive
ASA traveled to Hobart to have a chat with young business owner Shane Ashlin.
Daniel Schroder from Stihl Australia
ASA chat with Daniel Schroder, outdoor power equipment workshop technician with Stihl.
Interview with Clint Flower from Commonwealth Motors in Canberra.