How do you become a transmission specialist?
In order to become a transmission specialist, most employers require that you have a high school diploma or equivalent and experience in the automotive industry. Many employers prefer candidates with formal training, according to ZipRecruiter.1 Further, earning additional, relevant ASE certifications can help you prepare to stand out when applying for jobs.
How will learning automotive transmission systems advance my career?
Furthering your automotive repair education and earning additional ASE credentials can help you prepare to advance in your career by expanding your industry knowledge and skills. Through our online Automotive Transmissions classes, you can strengthen your transmissions knowledge on your schedule.
How much do transmission mechanics make?
Since transmission mechanics perform specialized work, they can often earn more than those who don't specialize. The national average salary for transmissions specialists was $56,788, according to Zip Recruiter data.2 Salary can vary, however, based on your employer, your experience, and the state in which you live.
What does a transmission specialist do?
Transmission specialists service and repair transmission systems. Fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of this job requires physical stamina, the ability to disassemble and reassemble varying transmission systems correctly, and the ability to read and follow repair manuals.