Motorcycle Technician

A Motorcycle Technician repairs, services, overhauls, inspects and tests motorcycles for faults and road worthiness. Specifically, a Motorcycle Technician:

  • performs diagnosis and repairs motorcycle systems, including: engines and drive lines; fuel systems; charging, starting, ignition, lighting and other electrical systems; cooling systems; chassis and steering systems; front and rear suspensions; braking and anti-lock systems; tires and wheels; sidecars and trikes (three-wheeled motorcycles)
  • prepares motorcycles for delivery
  • performs safety inspections
  • performs scheduled maintenance

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Powered Lift Truck Technician

A Powered Lift Truck Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs lift truck equipment. Powered lift trucks are powered through electric motors or internal combustion engines designed to lift and transport material. Specifically, a Powered Lift Truck Technician:

  • inspects, diagnoses and services powered lift truck systems, including: electrical, steering, braking, hydraulic, frames, transmissions, drive axles, suspension, and wheels and lifting systems pertaining to powered lift truck equipment
  • diagnoses and services drive units and control systems in electric vehicles
  • troubleshoots and repairs powered lift truck internal combustion engines
  • uses safety techniques for lifting, rigging, blocking, and lockout devices
  • operates hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools to make required repairs
  • prepares estimates, work plans and communicates with customers on problems and repairs

Recreation Vehicle Technician

A Recreation Vehicle Technician works on the various systems and components of recreational vehicles, accomodation units, such as electrical, plumbing, propane gas, appliances, exterior and interior, structural frames, exterior and interior finishing components. They may work for dealerships, repair shops, manufacturers or may be self-employed. Specifically, a Recreation Vehicle Technician:

  • services, repairs, and maintains recreational vehicle systems such as: plumbing and gas, electrical and electronic, heating, refrigeration, and air-conditioning, hitching, towing and trailer braking unit, chassis, undercarriage and running gear, appliances, and accessories (including analysing performance and function, replacing, adjusting, cleaning, resetting, reprogramming, testing and verifying, recommending for service)
  • installs, services, repairs, tests and inspects the interior wiring, piping, exterior panels, interior cabinets, windows, doors, and accessories on the trailers or accommodation units of recreation vehicles (including analysing performance and function, replacing, adjusting, cleaning, resetting, reprogramming, testing and verifying, recommending for service)
  • estimates repair, replacement, and installation costs and completes job documentation
  • explains repair work and demonstrates operation of repaired system or component to customer’s satisfaction

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Small Engine Technician

A Small Engine Technician diagnoses, repairs and maintains, small to medium sized engine and engine-related systems for off-road vehicles and powered equipment. Specifically, a Small Engine Technician repairs and maintains off-road vehicles and powered equipment systems, including:

  • engine fuel management systems
  • engine electrical systems
  • frames, steering and suspension systems
  • transmission and auxiliary power systems
  • braking systems
  • compressed air supply systems and hydraulic systems

Agricultural Equipment Technician

An Agricultural Equipment Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs agricultural machinery such as tractors and implements used for tillage planting, harvesting, spraying and irrigation. Specifically, an Agricultural Equipment Technician services and repairs various agricultural equipment systems including:

  • electrical, hydraulic, engine and braking systems
  • intake, exhaust and emission control systems
  • mechanically and electronically controlled fuel systems
  • clutches, transmissions, drive axles and final drive assemblies
  • steering and suspension systems
  • tires, wheels, ballasting devices, undercarriages and tracks
  • air-conditioning and structural components and accessories
  • tillage, planting and harvesting equipment
  • spraying and irrigation agricultural systems

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Transmission Technician

A Transmission Technician inspects, maintains, repairs transmissions and trans-axles on motor vehicles. Specifically, a Transmission Technician:

  • inspects, diagnoses and troubleshoots drive shaft and axle assemblies
  • repairs manual and automatic transmissions, transaxles and components

Alignment and Brakes Technician

An Alignment and Brakes Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs electrical and electronic controls, suspension systems and frames, braking systems, tires, wheels, rims, hubs and axles, and alignment. Specifically, an Alignment and Brakes Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs:

  • suspension systems and frames
  • braking systems
  • tires, wheels, rims, hubs and axles
  • alignment

Truck and Coach Technician

A Truck and Coach Technician inspects, repairs and maintains commercial trucks, emergency vehicles, buses and road transport vehicles by performing work on structural, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Specifically, a Truck and Coach Technician inspects, repairs and maintains:

  • electrical and electronic systems
  • engines including fuel, exhaust, intake and emission controls
  • transmissions, lutches, drive shafts and axles
  • body and trim, frames and hitching/coupling systems
  • steering, suspension and computer control systems
  • tires, wheels and hubs
  • braking systems including air supply and hydraulic, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems

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Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer

An Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer repairs and/or replaces frame and structural components, mechanical, interior and electrical components, plastic and composite panels and sheet metal panels. Specifically, an Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer:

  • repairs, reshapes, and refits body panels
  • welds breaks in body panels
  • removes or replaces electrical, electronic components
  • repairs, removes or replaces wiring harnesses, air conditioning systems and mechanical components
  • straightens and aligns frames and unibody assemblies
  • removes, replaces, or adjusts steering and suspension components
  • aligns wheels

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Truck-Trailer Service Technician

A Truck-Trailer Service Technician inspects, diagnoses, maintains, rebuilds, assembles and repairs transport trailers connected to or moved by a power unit including flat decks, dry freight vans, refrigerated vans, tankers, converters, boosters, jeeps, pole trailers, steering dollies, dump trailers and any other commercial pull-type units. Specifically, a Truck-Trailer Service Technician performs work on:

  • electrical systems
  • landing gear assemblies and trailer frames and bodies
  • hitching/coupling systems
  • suspension systems, tires, wheels, rims, hubs and axles
  • air and auxiliary systems
  • braking systems and hydraulic systems
  • heating and refrigeration systems and ventilation devices

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