Air Conditioning Courses
MTA Training

Automotive Air Conditioning

The Automotive Air Conditioning Course at MTA NSW provides students with the knowledge and skills required to service and repair air conditioning systems in a variety of vehicles. The course covers topics such as refrigeration principles, system diagnosis, component replacement, and environmental regulations, and includes practical training on modern equipment and tools.

Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology


The AUR20220 - Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology is an excellent choice for individuals interested in a career specialising in automotive air conditioning technology. It offers specialised skills, diverse career opportunities in the automotive industry, and the potential for specialisation and career growth in a field that is essential for passenger comfort and vehicle safety.

Specialisation in Automotive Air Conditioning: This qualification is designed for individuals interested in the specialised field of automotive air conditioning technology, focusing on the maintenance and repair of vehicle air conditioning systems.

High Demand for Skilled Technicians: As vehicle air conditioning systems are integral to passenger comfort, there is a consistent demand for skilled technicians to diagnose, repair, and maintain these systems.

Environmental Responsibility: Understanding the proper handling of refrigerants and the environmental regulations related to automotive air conditioning is integral to the program, promoting environmentally responsible practices.

Industry Certification: Graduates may have the opportunity to earn industry-recognised certifications, enhancing their credibility and employability as automotive air conditioning technicians.

Comprehensive System Knowledge: The program covers a wide range of topics related to automotive air conditioning, including system components, refrigerants, diagnostics, and repair techniques. Graduates become proficient in handling various air conditioning system issues.