There are many responsibilities and duties an automobile repairer is responsible for. A few of them are fixing bent bodies, remove dents, and replace parts which are damaged. Basically it is to figure out the problem and give the repair the car needs. Every car is different and has to be dealt and repaired in different ways. The mechanics are trained and can work on any type of car model, whether it’s the latest or 20 years old. They tend to work more on small cars and trucks. It is the mechanics job to diagnose and analyze the car and come up with the most preferred trouble shooting treatment that the car would need. The work must be done as soon as possible. The faster the mechanic diagnoses the problem and knows the repair or replacement the vehicle needs. The more quicker the car is repaired the more money would earn.
Automobile mechanics must be certified and trained. To achieve the goal of becoming an automotive mechanic, one would need to have a 3 to 5 year apprenticeship. An apprenticeship is a paid training program which is done at Auto Workshops. On the whole classroom based technical training is up to 80-90% is spent in the workplace. An apprentice works with a qualified trainer who is called a journeyperson, this person trains and supervises the apprentice. Basically an auto shop employer who is qualified well enough to train another employee. After you have a journey person, both the apprentice and the journeyperson must register with the province and sign an apprenticeship agreement. The next step is in-class training when the apprenticeship program is finished; the apprentice has to pass the provincial certificate of qualification exam to become a certified mechanic. After passing the Interprovincial Standards Examination, apprentice will qualify for Interprovincial Red Seal Certification.
Last but not the least to enter the program in any community college, he/she must have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma...