The Automotive Technician is required to be certified and licensed in the State of Michigan. As an Automotive Mechanic Technician, your job will be to diagnose and repair customer vehicles. Licensed technicians will use precision diagnostic equipment, service manuals and hands-on power tools to provide high tech, timely and quality service.
To be most effective in the auto-mechanic industry today, you will need to be able to read service manual schematics, perform basic shop math, read measurement tools and communicate effectively with others using automotive terminology.
Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m.
What will you learn while in training?
- Introduction/Shop Safety
- Electrical Systems
- Front End and Steering Systems
- Brake Systems, ABS
- Heating and Air Conditioning; Recovering and Recycling
- Teamwork and Communication Skills
What skills do you need to have prior to beginning training?
The trainee should demonstrate reading and math skills and have a valid driver's license. The ability to work with others, good hand-eye coordination, good color acuity and manual dexterity are also required.
How much can you make?
Skilled entry-level starting wages currently average $10.00 to $15.00 per hour, depending upon the company and the competency and experience of the applicant