An auto electrical career offers a raft of opportunities for those interested in a practical job with a vehicle focus. With a shortage of auto electricians, good skills will take you a long way, as Danielle discovers when she gets on the job.
The technical aspect of the work has become more significant with the complexity of electrical components standard today in many modern vehicles. But an auto electrician could be working on anything from a ride on mower to a bus — which is exactly what Danielle finds herself doing when a faulty door on a bus has to be fixed. Using computer equipment to check the fault, the problem is identified during a road test and rectified.
A career in auto electrical might have you specialising in the likes of air conditioning, betting involved in management or setting up your own business. For Danielle, it seems she’s found a career path to investigate further.
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