Small engine repair technicians are increasingly in demand working at dealers and repair shops. There is also an attractive option for self-employment. The job market for small engine repair technicians allows them to earn very attractive salaries.
The United States Department of Labor is projecting a 7% increase in demand for small engine repair technicians between 2008 and 2018 and median earnings for small engine mechanics was about $31,366 in 2008.*
Stratford's small engine repair course can help you learn how to:
• Correctly identify the parts of two-cycle and four-cycle engines
• Measure engine performance
• Troubleshoot and repair small engines in lawn equipment, snow blowers/throwers and personal watercraft
• Perform preventative maintenance
Small Engine Repair Technicians Require:
• General technical knowledge about small engine design, construction, and operation
• Detailed knowledge about maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, and reconditioning of lawn and garden equipment, snow equipment, and watercraft
Stratford’s Small Engine Repair home study course will provide you with the skills you need to get started on the right course toward a new moneymaking career as a small engine repair professional. Enroll now!
|* Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics publication, "Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011"|
|"I am currently enrolled in your Small Engine Repair course so that I may learn how to maintain my equipment without having the delays of taking my machinery to a repair facility. Thank you for your help with my career and I look forward to continuing taking courses through your organization.” — Robert S.|