Motor Vehicle Mechanics Standard

An auto mechanic is a mechanic with a variety of automobile makes or either in a specific area or in a specific make of automobile. In repairing cars, their main role is to diagnose the problem accurately and quickly. They often have to quote prices for their customers before commencing work or after partial disassembly for inspection. Their job may involve the repair of a specific part or the replacement of one or more parts as assemblies.

The following workplace competency standards have been identified and prepared by industry people and represent different levels of skills and knowledge required to work within the Office Administration sector of Papua New Guinea.

Level 1

  • MVM–01 Safety
  • MVM-02 Hand Tools
  • MVM-03 Component Reclamation
  • MVM-04 Lubrication Service
  • MVM-05 Minor Servicing
  • MVM-06 Seals and Bearings
  • MVM-07 Wheels and Tyres
  • MVM-10 Engines
  • MVM-11 Clutch and Transmission
  • MVM-12 Electrical
  • MVM-13 Fuel
  • MVM-14 Brakes
  • MVM-15 Suspension and Steering
  • MVM-16 Drive line and Final Drive

Level 2

  • MVM-20 Engines
  • MVM-21 Clutch and Transmission
  • MVM-22 Electrical
  • MVM-23 Fuel
  • MVM-24 Brakes
  • MVM-25 Suspension and Steering
  • MVM-26 Drive line and Final Drive
  • MVM-27 Air Conditioning
  • MVM-28 Welding

Level 3

  • MVM-30 Engines
  • MVM-31 Clutch and Transmission
  • MVM-32 Electrical
  • MVM-33 Fuel
  • MVM-34 Brakes
  • MVM-35 Suspension and Steering
  • MVM-36 Drive line and Final Drive
  • MVM-37 Air Conditioning
  • MVM-39 Roadworthy