Learners in the Automotive Service Technician will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnose, repair, service and maintain advances mechanical and electrical systems in vehicles through in-class and hands-on training.
Applicants should be physically mobile and capable of moderate lifting. The ideal candidate will possess good problem-solving skills, mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity. A valid driver’s license is required to operate and road test motor vehicles.
Graduates of this program may receive credits toward apprenticeship and will have transferable skills that can be applied to other trades including agricultural machinery technician, heavy duty equipment technician, and truck and transport mechanic.
Upon graduation of the Automotive Service Technician program you will receive a level 2 credit towards apprenticeship. To learn more, contact the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC).