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We realize that car engineering work is rewarding for those who enjoy doing precise work that is varied and challenging, and for individuals who like on-the-job security and feeling independent. Indeed a Motor vehicle mechanic must have a thorough knowledge of vehicles from tires and headlights to the working components of gas or diesel powered engines. If you are interested in mechanics and motor vehicles, enjoy repair work and have a strong sense of responsibility. Good analytical and troubleshooting skills are important to isolate problems with assemblies, components and parts. Mechanics are expected to use sight, sound, feel and smell to find malfunctions. Basic computer skills and the ability to keep up with changing technology are crucial since technicians work on both early and late model vehicles.

  • Working safely in the auto shop
  • Hazardous wastes
  • Introduction to Automotive systems
  • Introduction to Automotive repair
  • Engine operation and Overhaul
  • Cooling systems
  • Fuel injection
  • Working safely with chemicals
  • Advanced engine systems
  • Automotive electrical systems
  • Braking and suspension
  • Lubrication
  • Automotive engines theory and servicing
  • Automotive engine types
  • Automotive drive trains, auto/ manual
  • Automotive computer and additional systems
  • Emissions
  • Heating and air conditioning
  • Trouble shooting

Consider training as a motor vehicle mechanic at NATI and you will not regret.

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  NATI's mission is to empower individuals through the Provision of Employable Skills and to Provide Skilled Workforce for the economy. 


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