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This is the job that is often still known as the car mechanic although within the industry the term Service Technician has been widely used for many years. As a Service Technician you?ll be working on current vehicles and getting to grips with all the latest diagnostic equipment and technology. As well as carrying out servicing and repair, you?ll learn how to replace components using specialist equipment. Developing both your theoretical and practical skills, you?ll learn how to diagnose and repair faults, and perform routine maintenance ensuring customers cars run at their very best. You will attend a College of Further Education for either day release or block release. Apprentices are required to demonstrate that they have achieved a certain level in Key Skills (Core Skills in Scotland) and where this level has not been achieved at school there is a requirement to help apprentices develop literacy and/or numeracy skills to the level needed in the Motor Industry. Remit have a team of specialist staff who assist in supporting apprentices in literacy and numeracy on a 1:1 basis during the apprenticeship. All Remit apprentices are employed by a company in their local area. Sometimes potential applicants find their own company who are willing to employ them whilst others are placed into a company by applying to Remit and being matched to a vacancy that Remit have located.

This is the job that is often still known as the car mechanic although within the industry the term Service Technician has been widely used for many years. As a Service Technician you?ll be working on current vehicles and getting to grips with all the latest diagnostic equipment and technology. As well as carrying out servicing and repair, you?ll learn how to replace components using specialist...

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