Mechanic Training Programs

Find an accredited local trade school with mechanic training programs. Use the search application to choose a school near you. They’ll contact you with information about their classes, financial aid availability and job placement services.

A Normal Mechanic Career Path:

  • If you’re still in high school, take all relevant trade, math and science courses!
  • Earn high school diploma or GED.
  • Take classes at an accredited trade school or community college.
  • Earn your diploma or degree to become an automotive technician.
  • Take further training in your specialty of choice like watercraft, motorcycle, aircraft or other

Mechanic School Costs:

There are a few different options for becoming a certified auto mechanic. They are either online, from a certificate program, or an associate’s degree program. After a certificate or diploma is received, there is the option to take the certification exam through the National Institute for Auto Service Excellence (NIASE).

  • Certificate: 6 mo – 2 yr – $5,000-$20,000
  • Degree: 2 yr full time – $10,000-$25,000

Many available types of mechanic certification classes are available including:

All programs are not available in all locations.

Mechanic Schools Across the US.

State pages are under construction, use the search application to find a local school.

Trade Schools with Mechanic Training

All schools are not listed here, use the search application to find your local options.


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