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What Can You Gain From Automotive Mechanic Courses?

11 JAN 2013
Career Path : Automotive

Do you dream about working on cars? Love getting under the hood? A career as a mechanic may be the perfect fit for you.

Automotive mechanic training programs will give you the skills you need to turn your passion for cars into a steady, rewarding auto repair career. Automotive mechanic graduates can go on to apprenticeships in some of the most successful automotive repair and service facilities in the province.

Intensive diploma programs are designed to fully immerse the student into the role of an Automotive Service Technician. Instructors are often industry professionals with real world knowledge, who can execute an industry specific automotive mechanic training curriculum based on core industry components. Automotive Mechanic training programs rang from technical automotive theory, to diagnostics, to actually engaging in the repair and maintenance of automobiles (fixing cars), allowing student the chance to understand and retain the knowledge and skills needed to become competitive in the auto mechanic industry.

Because of the varied nature of the profession, auto mechanic training programs are often very comprehensive in scope.

Areas of study may include:

  • Brake Systems
  • ABS Systems
  • Starting Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Drivability Diagnostics
  • Fuel Systems
  • Fuel Injection Systems
  • Differentials
  • 4×4 Systems
  • Computer Systems
  • EVAPS System
  • Exhaust System
  • Drive Clean (Inspector Certification – Emissions)
  • Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Ozone Depletion Certification (HRIA
  • Safety & Accessory Systems
  • Suspensions
  • Steering
  • General Maintenance Services
  • Engines (Gas & Diesel)
  • Transmissions (Automatic & Manual)
  • Driveline Systems
  • Cooling Systems
  • Ignition Systems
  • Tire & Wheel Service
  • Repair Facility Dynamics Structure
  • Safety
  • Professional Protocol
  • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
  • Performance Standards
  • Effective Communication Skills

Aside from gaining experience and knowledge in these areas, you will have the opportunity to be certified as an emissions inspector, and licensed to handle air conditioning refrigerants under your regional prevention rules, regulations and programs. These certifications, a necessity for many automotive mechanic jobs, will give you a definite edge in today’s repair and service job market.

Graduates from comprehensive auto mechanic courses have found careers as:

  • Emissions Inspectors
  • Lube Specialists
  • Automotive Service Technician Apprentices
  • Farm Equipment Apprentices
  • Truck and Coach Mechanic Apprentices
  • Parts Counter
  • Forklift Mechanic Apprentices
  • Muffler Specialists
  • Front End Technicians
  • Electrical Specialists
  • Engine Technicians
  • Fuel Specialists
  • Tune Up Technicians
  • Diagnosticians
  • Emissions Specialists
  • Instructors
  • Transmission Specialists
  • Hybrid and Fuel Cell Technicians
  • Performance Specialists
  • Automotive Service Technicians
  • Journeyman Mechanics
  • Service Managers
  • Assistant Managers
  • Shop Foremen
  • Shop Managers or Owners

Turn your passion for cars into a rewarding, long-lasting career. Get started today in the auto mechanic industry with an intensive automotive mechanic training program.

Contact CATI today for more information on Automotive Mechanic Training.