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auto electrician - Apprenticeship

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Listed below are some typical daily tasks:

  • Taking readings, using a laptop or hand-held device connected to an engine's electronic control unit
  • Checking and testing wiring and parts in older vehicles using portable instruments
  • Using readings to find faults
  • Researching faults, using manufacturers' circuit diagrams and manuals
  • Repairing or replacing faulty parts
  • Retesting the system to make sure everything is working correctly and safely (this may include road testing the vehicle)
  • Filling out a repair sheet listing the work you have done

What does an Auto Electrician do?

As an Auto Electrician you would fit and repair electrical and electronic systems in motor vehicles. As vehicles become more advanced the amount of electronic systems in them is increasing.

What qualifications do I need for this apprenticeship?

To be considered for this apprenticeship you must have achieved GCSE grade A*- D (or equivalent) in English & maths. If your grades are below this we will invite you to attend an interview and assessment session where we will discuss your options.

How do I apply to be an Auto Electrical Apprentice?

To apply for an Auto Electrical Apprenticeship please click on the 'Apply Now' button below. Once registered we will be in touch to discuss next steps. We also advertise all of our current vacancies on www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship