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Automotive Schools in Florida

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Ashworth College
Earn your degree or diploma on your schedule and succeed at Ashworth College.
Automotive Technician, Motorcycle Repair, and more.
  • Norcross: Norcross, GA

Stratford Career Institute
Earn Your Diploma from Home!
Auto Mechanics, Small Engine Repair, and more.
  • : , PA 94404

Penn Foster Schools
Advance your career with our affordable, self-paced, career-focused distance education programs.
Auto Repair Technician, Diesel Mechanics, Motorcycle Repair Technician and more.
  • Scranton: Scranton, PA 18501

Universal Technical Institute
Get personalized training from experienced instructors who “get” bikes and know the difference between sport and touring.
Automotive Technology, Diesel, Motorcycle and more.
  • Orlando: 2202 W. Taft Vineland Rd. Orlando, FL 32837

National Aviation Academy
National Aviation Academy is a nationally recognized Aviation Maintenance training school, headquartered in Clearwater, Florida. Our programs prepare students for certification by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Aviation Maintenance Management Technology, AMT, AMP and more.
  • Clearwater: 6225 Ulmerton Road Clearwater, FL 33760

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List of other Automotive schools in Florida

Working with your hands can make for an immensely satisfying job. Many people leave their jobs each day at five o'clock never seeing the direct results of their efforts; yet when you possess a trade such as automobile maintenance, the rewards of your labor reveal themselves more immediately. But being a skilled automotive mechanic requires much more than manual dexterity. You should also be able to identify, analyze, and address problems, communicating these issues to people who often have little knowledge of how cars work.

Automotive mechanic schools in Florida can prepare you to deal with such varied challenges, and help you turn your knack for auto repair into a great career. Don't make the mistake of thinking you can get by on your self-taught knowledge; the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes that automotive technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated, and that individuals with formal training enjoy the best job opportunities. Those considering automotive mechanic schools in Florida can either pursue their associate's degree or enroll in a concentrated postsecondary program (6-12 months) that awards certificates upon completion.

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification, while not mandatory, is becoming an ever more common standard for employment. It is awarded in eight automotive specialties and requires a combination of formal examination and experience. Those who pass all eight examinations become Master Automobile Technicians.

Wage Information for Students of Florida Schools in Automotive Mechanic Technology

According to the most recent projections made at the BLS, automotive service technicians and mechanics account for about 37,590 jobs in the state of Florida. While growth for this industry is expected to remain stable in the coming years, mechanics with formal training should continue to enjoy good employment opportunities. Graduates of Florida schools in automotive mechanic technology need a few years of work experience before beginning to pull in the upper limits of wages for this profession, but the mean annual wage for automotive service technicians working in Florida--$37,290--is a great place to start.


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