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    Arrow Seeking To Be A Car Mechanic

    If you are a School dropout, then better search for a company which is willing to train you for their purpose. But those aspiring for a solid job to be a car mechanic or as a car technician then after your high school you may take up automotive courses. Otherwise you better do your graduation and get admission to an accredited technical school. The training can be covered up by twelve to eighteen months. Usually the accredited technical school shall find a job for you as a apprentice or a helper. During this period you may get some stipend. If you are really interested in the job you can become an expert during this period by the job training imparted by this Institute. After your apprentice experience you will get a certificate. This certification course has been called as ASE Automotive Service Excellence. This Program conducts a series of tests and the Employer can truly evaluate the mechanic repairing skill of the applicant. ASE conducts eight basic tests and two advanced tests. It comprises writing on the theory. Possessing these certificates is an assurance to get job anywhere. If you opt for a dealership job, you will be given job training by the particular brand car company for which you work for. It will always update your knowledge and skill throughout the years. But it is a basic necessity that you know the basics of physics, mechanical and apprentice work.

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    Hi

    You can find this info by using search box in the top of website with some keywords related before posting questions.

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    A person with good manual dexterity and a desire to figure out problems often has what it takes to become an auto mechanic, also known as an automotive service technician. An automobile mechanic provides maintenance and repairs for cars and trucks. This requires an ability to stay current with automotive technologies. Automotive technicians may work for auto repair shops, dealers, tire and auto parts stores, gasoline stations, auto rental locations and government. Approximately 16 percent of auto mechanics are self-employed.

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