Auto Mechanic School
Do friends and family trust you with their auto repairs? Whether you have a talent for all things automotive or just want to learn to repair your own car, our auto mechanic school will give you the skills you need to be successful. In fact, with an auto mechanic career your job possibilities could include large transportation companies, retail stores or car dealerships. You could even start your own business.
The experienced instructors at our respected auto mechanic school will teach you the latest in automotive technology. You’ll tackle steering and suspension systems, electrical systems and more. Our online courses give you the flexibility to study at your own pace – when and where it’s convenient. That means you could begin your auto mechanic career in as little as 6 months.
We make starting your courses easy. All your study materials, including textbooks and workbooks, are included in our low tuition. Plus, interest-free monthly payments make our auto mechanic school affordable for your budget.
Our Auto Mechanic school covers the following:
- Basic Automotive Maintenance
- Automotive Maintenance Tools
- Engine Lubrication
- Charging System
- Ignition System
- Automotive Safety
- Basic Maintenance Service
- Battery System
- Starting System
- Engine Cooling System
Enjoy a lucrative career as an Auto Mechanic
Once you complete auto mechanic school, you’ll have the business knowledge, skill and confidence to transform your auto mechanic career from “shadetree mechanic” into an interesting and valuable livelihood with a wide variety of work options.
Get started with PCDI’s Auto Mechanic School today! Enroll online or call 1-888-909-0558 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.Enroll Now » Request Info »
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Licensing, certification, training and other requirements vary by vocation and state. Please check with your state, local government and/or licensing board to find out which requirements are applicable in your state.