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Auto Mechanic Training Cambridge


The Auto Mechanic Training program provides students with organized learning experiences along with actual shop training, to equip them with the necessary knowledge and experience to diagnose and repair real automotive problems.

  • Description

The combination of both classroom theory (40%) and hands-on training (60%) offers the auto mechanic student the experiences that are required for entry-level Auto Mechanic Jobs. This Auto Mechanic Pre-Apprenticeship program prepares students to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types and makes of cars. The Automotive Training Centre Instructors all have relevant field experience and provide a practical and knowledgeable source of education to our students.

The Auto Mechanic Training program includes:

  • Introduction to the Automotive Industry and Shop Safety
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Service Wheels, Tires, Hubs and Bearings
  • Operation & Service Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Operation and Servicing of Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Operation & Service Suspension Systems
  • Operation & Service Steering Systems
  • Wheel Alignment
  • Welding Fundamentals
  • Service the Drive Lines and Drive Axles
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • General Electrical Systems Diagnostics
  • Service Gasoline Engine
  • Service Lubrication and Cooling Systems
  • Operation & Service Ignition Systems
  • Operation and Servicing Fuel Injection Systems
  • Service Emissions and Computer Control System

Why Choose ATC?

Here are 3 reasons to choose Automotive Training Centre

Smaller classes for better learning outcomes

Flexible schedule: study while you work

Professional real world, industry experienced instructors

Intense hands-on training so you can master your skill set

Caldad Myler Automotive Service Technician

1. Caldad, when did you graduate?
I graduated from ATC Automotive Service Technician

2. Why did you choose ATC?
For its short course, giving me the ability to work while learning

3. What are the people like at ATC?
They are very friendly and easy to talk to, the teachers are knowledgeable and experienced in mechanic.

4. What kind of person should go to ATC?
Anyone who is interested in mechanic. I had little to no knowledge when I started but I learned a lot in my short time here.

5. Why would you recommend ATC?
I feel it is good for someone like me, who doesn’t want to spend too much time in school, yet wants to learn everything needed to start a career as a mechanic.

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