16 years and above, no education qualifications required


2 Years


April, August, November



Malaysia Skills Certificate

The Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) is a formal, nationally-recognized certificate issued by the Government to individuals who have shown the required capabilities and specific competencies of performing tasks and functions for gainful employment in automotive fields.

This program is recognized by the Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR) and is accredited by the Department of Skills Development (JPK - Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran). It is professionally driven and designed by industrial experts.

This course provides attractive career pathways and personal growth opportunities and producing graduates who are academically qualified and ready to enter the workforce. Students also obtain a complementary professional certification in Basic Hybrid Systems Technology.


C&G Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair

Students will have the skills needed to apply for an automotive apprenticeship for related pathways in automotive engineering. These qualifications allow candidates to learn, develop and apply the skills required for employment and career advancement in the industry.

The programme involves candidates studying both the theoretical and practical aspects of light vehicle maintenance, including the aspects of health and safety, coupled with other skills associated with working in a garage. In addition, it covers diagnosis and rectification of engine and component, chassis, transmission and auxiliary electrical equipment faults.

Upon completion of the programme, candidates may gain employment of further their education within the industry.


Career Opportunities

Quality Control / Assurance Officer, Automotive Engineer, Service Advisor, Auto Mechanic, Vehicle Insurance Claims Officer, Diagnostic Engineer, Apprentice Engineer, Automotive Instructor, Entrepreneur


Classroom Theory

Hybrid vehicles

Electric vehicles

Driving and owning a hybrid electric vehicle

Classifications of hybrid electric vehicles

Belt alternator starter systems

Common features of Hybrid vehicles

High voltage safety

Electric shock potential

Depowering the high voltage system


Practical Training

Usage of safety equipment

Identification of HV cables

Locating and checking HV and auxiliary battery voltage

Collision and repair industry issues

Moving and towing a hybrid

Hybrid batteries and battery servicing

Classroom Theory

Removal of high voltage batteries

Routine service procedures

Electric motors, generators and controls

Capacitors in hybrid controllers

Converters and inverters


Practical Training

Safety measures before dismantling HV battery

Removal and installation of HV battery

Servicing battery cooling system

Jump starting

Servicing the inverter cooling system

Inspection of inverter cooling pump

Inspection of high voltage capacitor

Testing the voltage converters and inverters

Diagnosis using automotive scan tools



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