Mechanic Training - Auto, Motorcycle, Aircraft, Marine
Start working towards your ASE certification. The ASE creates exams and certifications for auto mechanics that test standards and practices currently being used in the automotive repair industry.
Do you enjoy working under the hood of a car or modifying the exhaust on your motorcycle? Our partner schools offer the following training...
- Auto Mechanic
- Motorcycle Mechanic
- Diesel Mechanic
- Marine Mechanic
- Collision Repair
- NASCAR Mechanic
- Aircraft Mechanic
For help finding and receiving grants and scholarships for auto mechanic school, see our full Financial Aid Guide.
How much money do mechanics make?
In 2015 the average pay for an auto mechanic was $37,850 and marine mechanics made $38,280. Over the same time Diesel Mechanics made an average salary of $44,520 and aircraft mechanics made $58,390. The industry expects a 5% growth rate between now and 2024.
Mechanic Program Requirements
Requirements for admission into a mechanic program may vary per state and/or school. However, for consideration, most states require applicants to have earned a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED).
To become ASE certified you must have at least two years of experience or one year of on-the-job training plus a completed two-year training degree. The exam itself is very challenging and you'll need to be prepared with the proper training beforehand. Also read about Ford ASSET certification and GM ASEP certification.